Image credit: newslaundary.com From what we know, making Lipstick Under My Burkha was no easy feat for its creators. ** The Censor Board’s initial refusal to give it a rating on the premise that it was a ‘Lady-oriented film’; the general populace’s utter lack of interest in watching a film manned (oh, the irony) by […]Read More Lipstick Under My Burkha Film Review: A Rebel With A Cause.
Image credit: cosmo.ph Winter is here and so is the need for a more feminist narrative in the media and content we consume. Gone are the days when we would gulp down misogyny on our TV screens chupchaap in the name of artistic expression. So, it’s only fair that modern day television’s most over watched […]Read More Game of Thrones Season 7 – A Feminist Review – Episode 1: Dragonstone
Image: indianexpress.com The following review was written by SMIW’s Bruce Vain. Well, well, well. What do you know? A Sultan film review on this website? That can’t go so well, can it? Especially since we ripped bhaijaan a new one merely days ago – when he made that by-now-hall-of-shame-worthy remark? But here’s the thing, we can’t make […]Read More The Unapologetic Shit Guy: Sultan Film Review.
Image: Karman Khanna The following review was submitted by SMIW reader Karman Khanna to our section Spoilt Modern Film Reviews Rashomon is a Japanese film produced in the year 1950. The film is directed by Akira Kurosawa, a Japanese filmmaker, considered as one of the most influential filmmakers in the history of cinema. The film […]Read More Rashomon: Seeing Like a Feminist