LIPSTICK UNDER MY BURKHA
Why women should keep talking about their sexual desires
The best response to men who cannot come to terms with female sexuality is for women to keep talking about their sexual desires.
'Lipstick Under My Burkha' honoured in London, bags top award
The movie, which explores women's sexuality, released in India after surrounded...
Woman, uninterrupted: Female roles have gained in substance in popular culture
Mumbai-based script writer Pubali Chaudhuri feels that the #me...
'Lipstick Under My Burkha' finally cleared for release, gets A certificate
The film follows the journey of four women and their dreams, aspirations, sexuality and career.
'Censored' at home, 'Lipstick Under My Burkha' to open LA film fest
Konkona Sen Sharma's directorial debut, 'A Death in the Gunj', will also be shown at the festival.
Bollywood flops at the box office
Content has truly emerged as the King at the box office... this is clearly reflected in the successful films of the year — Baahubali 2, Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya & Hindi Medium.
'Lipstick Under My Burkha' review: The stellar performances give the movie its true colour
It may not drastically change things, but will certainly smudge a few boundary lines.
Why censor body should not be deciding the films you should watch and the words you should hear in them
India's film censor board has been accused of arbitrarily curbing creative freedom. Top filmmakers are up in arms against this disturbing trend.
Konkona Sen Sharma wins top honours at the New York Indian Film Festival
She was awarded in two categories, Best Director for her directorial debut and Best Actress.
After LA, now 'Lipstick Under My Burkha' to open New York Film Festival
The film chronicles the secret lives of four women in small town India as they search for different kinds of freedom.
CBFC can't certify film under current rating system: Pahlaj Nihalani
In its reason, CBFC stated that the story is "lady-oriented, their fantasy above life. There are contentious sexual scenes, abusive words, audio pornography and a bit sensitive touch about one particular section of society."
CBFC responsible for preserving India’s culture: Pahlaj Nihalani
Nihalani was addressing the censor board’s decision to deny certification to “Lipstick Under My Burkha” for allegedly being “lady oriented” and containing “abusive words”.
Ban on my film just a point of view of an individual; have been facing this since Raajneeti: Prakash Jha
Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), is currently, led Pahlaj Nihalani, also a film producer and director known for films like Paap ki Duniya and Aag Ka Gola.
Farhan Akhtar, Atul Kasbekar call out CBFC for censoring alcohol glasses in ‘Ford v Ferrari’
CBFC clashes with the film fraternity over blurring alcohol glasses in Matt Damon-starrer ‘Ford v Ferrari’.
A new generation of filmmakers are reworking the roles of LGBTQ community in pop culture
Hindi cinema avoided the subject of homosexuality and transgenderism for years, even as it portrayed the third gender only for comic relief.
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