A cultural view woven into, what is called, a very good movie. The role a woman plays in the lives of others in the society and the sacrifices that she makes for her family, are to be found in the film.
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Aditi Rao Hydari: Dropping 'fair' from a beauty product takes us closer to inclusivity
A cosmetic brand recently dropped the word 'fair' from the name of their skin-whitening product that, till a while back, endorsed the idea of fair complexion as the parameter of beauty. Many celebrities have applauded the decision. Among them is actress Aditi Rao Hydari, who feels such a step take us a step closer to beauty inclusivity.
Bollywood runs on nepotism, says musician Ranjit Barot
Stressing that the Hindi film industry is an institution that doesn't place talent and virtuosity at the top of is list and runs on nepotism, India's best known drummer and music director Ranjit Barot, who guitar legend John McLaughli describes as "one of the leading edges in drumming", adds, "It looks to cultivate a servile attitude in the people that service that industry. Therefore, not a good fit for me. However, if the right director and brief comes my way, I would gladly collaborate."
Online searches for 'Nepotism in Bollywood' spiked by 1993%
The death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput has initiated a wide discussion on enepotism in Bollywood amongst people. A recent study has revealed that on June 14, the day Sushant died by suicide, and June 15, searches with keywords "nepotism in Bollywood" spiked by almost 2000 per cent.