A collective of women artistes in Malayalam seeks to fight patriarchy
#MeToo may never transform Bollywood—but women who evaded the trap of exploitation and became stars can make a difference by speaking out
The unified cry for women’s equality in Cannes is a signpost in helping redress the power balance so in favour of men, something which breeds predators
While Bollywood still remains mum, its west counterpart has put all their cards on the table. Meet the many Weinsteins of Hollywood.
Bollywood, undoubtedly, is bolder than the west, says Sherlyn Chopra who was featured on the cover of Playboy magazine in 2012.
34-year-old Sri Reddy took on the Tollywood industry, accusing a top producer's son of sexually exploiting her for years. Now she has a threat to her life.
We borrow everything from Hollywood. Why not #MeToo? Why is Bollywood silent on its own desi Weinsteins?
The ‘Mandal-vs-Kamandal’ discourse has given way to talk of inequities within the beneficiary categories