Monday, 7 December 2015

"Angry Indian Goddesses" Release 4 Dec 2015

Being a woman is an experience so diverse in its challenges and charms, her narrative cannot stay confined to one story. 
Pan Nalin's refreshingly freewheelingAngry Indian Goddesses picks a whole bunch to capture her highs and lows while pointing out the discrimination she tolerates/fights on regular basis.
 A crisp prelude offers a glimpse into their daily battles and outbursts relating to gender bias and objectification even as they all -- Half-British Bollywood starlet Joanna (Amrit Maghera), Madhureeta, a pop singer (Anushka Manchanda), Pammi, a housewife (Pavleen Gujral), Suranjana, representing the corporate world (Sandhya Mridul) and her six-year-old daughter -- gather for the wedding of their dear friend and photographer Freida (Sarah Jane Dias) at her old family villa in Goa.
Adding to the girl power, there's late arrival and activist Nargis (Tannishtha Chatterjee) and Frieda's feisty domestic help Laxmi (Rajshri Deshpande) too. 
It's a scene of genuine warmth and camaraderie; the sprawling house reverberates with laughter and gossip, candour and lust. They're not wearing any make-up, the masks they wear for the world slip off easily, no need for them here, nobody passes judgement, they're among friends, they're safe.

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