The Problem… is YOU.

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Written by Manjusha Banerjee | Image credit: videoblocks.com ** You know what’s funny….? YOU have a problem with Sonam Kapoor being flat chested, but YOU also have problem with busty Ayesha Takia… YOU had problem when Rakhi complained ‘on the spot’ about Mika forcibly kissing her and YOU also have a problem when Tanushree brings […]

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A Douchebag Named Raj Malhotra – DDLJ Film Review.

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Image: hdwallpapertec.com The following was submitted by SMIW reader Aishhwariya Subramanian to our section Spoilt Modern Film Reviews. I spent nearly a decade and a half in love with a pathological sexist liar named Raj Malhotra. ** He was handsome and carefree and completely the kind of man I envisioned riding off into the sunset with. […]

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Spoilt Modern Film Reviews: Kahaani

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Image: deccanchronicle.com The following was submitted by SMIW reader Damini Kulkarni to our section Spoilt Modern Film Reviews. Released in 2012, Kahaani is an unforgettable film. It is impossible not to remember it for Vidvya Balan’s feisty presence, the menacing Bob Biswas, the unobtrusive shots of the city of Kolkata; which almost becomes a character […]

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Spoilt Modern Film Reviews: Ki & Ka

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Hello and welcome to Spoilt Modern Film Reviews! A new section where we will review (mostly) Indian films from a feminist perspective and point out the various problematic (and sometimes positive things) about them. Sometimes these films will be new releases and sometimes, classics that need to be debated. Think of this as an expansion […]

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The Docile, Dependent, ‘Good Girl’ of Indian TV

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This post was written by Spoilt Modern Indian Woman reader Aishwarya Upreti Indian television soaps have a history of portraying women in a regressive light. Sure, there are a handful which try to portray empowered women fighting for their rights and changing norms like in Sadda Haq Ganga etc , but that’s merely a teardrop in an […]

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