Sanjukta

Writer, photographer and a story teller. Women and Gender Studies is my theme and media and communications are my tools.

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Ki And Ka – An Exercise In Exploring Gender Role Reversal In A Marriage

Ki and Ka is a film about gender role reversal and challenging the gender based division of labour in a marriage.

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The Movie Neerja And What We Teach Our Daughters As They Grow Up

Neerja is a movie that is a must watch for many reasons, feminist reasons being some of those - about what we teach our daughters as they grow up.

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Bajirao Mastani Review: A Film Whose Three Women Shine, Yet Falls Short Of Soul

This Bajirao Mastani review sums up why the movie, despite some excellent performances by its female stars, lacks depth and fails to live up to expectations.

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He Named Me Malala: A Feminist Review

Here is a feminist review of the movie 'He named me Malala.' The girl who dared to stand against the Taliban because she wanted to go to school.

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Masaan: Bodies As Tools Of Desire & Exploitation [Feminist Film Review]

Masaan film review: A gendered story of bodies as tools of desire as well as exploitation, Masaan opens up a new chapter in Hindi cinema. A must-watch movie, says this reviewer.

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Tanu Weds Manu Returns: Feminist Film Review Series

Tanu Weds Manu Returns may not be perfect, but it wins many brownie points for its flawed, yet real characters, say this feminist film review.

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Piku: This Damsel Needs No Rescuing [Movie Review]

Piku, starring Deepika Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan just raised the bar for women led movies as well as father-daughter portrayals in Hindi movies.

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