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What We Can Learn from the Pink Gang

Published on Flurt Magazine’s website on February 22, 2015

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India’s Gulabi Gang, or the Pink Gang, as they’re more commonly known around the world, has caught the eye of people across the world The women of India’s Pink Gang are famous for the colour of their saris, the bamboo sticks they carry and the justice they bring to their home country. 624 more words


Movie Review: Gulaab Gang (2014)

When producers decide to produce a movie on a very important subject, they should promise that they will choose an experienced director. The biggest reason why ‘Gulaab Gang’ failed to impress on box-office despite casting Bollywood’s two massive actresses, is the direction. 768 more words

Movie Reviews

Stories yet untold: The year in non-fiction film

Somewhere around the halfway mark of Nisha Pahuja’s documentary The World Before Her, 24-year-old Prachi Trivedi, one of the two protagonists of the film, opens up about her father. 1,021 more words

Indian Cinema

"Con il sari rosa", Sampat Pal e la lotta delle donne indiane

Lo stato dell’Uttar Pradesh si trova all’estremo nord della penisola indiana, ed è l’unità amministrativa più popolosa del mondo. La vita rurale, le caste, la povertà sono ancora oggi la cornice della vita di questa gente, in particolare nel distretto di Banda, il Bundelkhand. 1,237 more words


Belfast Film Festival - "Pink Saris"

“Pink Saris” was our second screening on the 24th of November 2014 at the Beanbag Cinema in Belfast.

The Network is working together with the Belfast Film Festival on three films promoting issues regarding gender based violence and racial discrimination. 172 more words

Sampat Pal- Pink Saris- 2010

I have just seen Pink Saris by Kim Longinotto and as you may have already read I have done a blog on Gulabi Gang (2012) even though it wasn’t along one. 157 more words


Gulabi Gang- 2012

I met the director of the documentary Gulabi Gang, Nishtha Jain and had a session of asking her questions about the film and got to see the movie. 69 more words