India’s ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ to finally hit screens Alankrita Shrivastava (left) feels that it is “a victory and celebration that women can tell their stories”.
Eastern Eye Staff
The release of a Hindi movie exploring female sexuality in India this week after a battle with the country’s film censors is a victory for women’s rights, its director said. Lipstick Under My Burkha will hit screens on Friday (21), five months after the country’s notoriously prudish and much-maligned censor board refused to certify it for being “lady oriented”. The movie tells the story of the secret lives and desires of four women — including a college student who wears a burkha, and a 55-year-old who rediscovers a sex life after the death of her husband. “I feel that the release is not just…
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