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Jayeshbhai Jordaar — Fighting a Nation, Plagued With Female Foeticide

In Jayeshbhai Jordaar, director Divyang Thakkar explores the reason of foeticide with his protagonist Jayesh (Ranveer Singh) a man who doesn’t know what feminism, but is determined to face the consequences.

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A Zara Hatke Review Of Pagglait With Some *Life* Lessons For You!

After watching Sanya Malhotra's Pagglait, I realised that it had lessons too! So here is a zara hatke life lesson filled review for you!

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Tribhanga – A Bittersweet Film That Explores The Complicated Mother-Daughter Relationship

Tribhanga asks if it is possible to achieve perfection in motherhood and why are women expected to put motherhood before ambitions.

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How Being 10 Yrs Older Changed What I Feel About Two Bollywood Movies – Aisha & Break Ke Baad

Film-watching is a different experience at 8 and 18. I decided to rewatch 2 movies from 2010 now, as an adult. Here are the changes I saw.

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Dil Bechara Will Leave You With Teary Eyed Catharsis At Sushant Singh Rajput’s Lovely Performance!

‘Dil Bechara,’ the remake of 'The Fault In Our Stars,' is a roller coaster ride of overwhelming emotions made better by Sushant Singh Rajput's presence!

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Panga Is Exactly What Happens When A Mother Dares To Dream For Her Own Self

To call Panga a sports movie wouldn't be totally wrong. But it is also a movie that shows what happens when a woman, especially a mother dares to dream.

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