Rajeev Kumar Srivastava, assistant professor of Society and Culture in Medieval India at BHU, denied having set the question paper.
Tamil women will gladly give a piece of advice to their Rajasthan sisters. Hey, beware of myths. They are nothing but old feudal traps to catch us.
Anything can be shown in Punjab as long as it does not hurt religious sentiments, he said adding that the Punjab government favoured a level playing field for all organisations.
Filmmaker Aanand L Rai on producing films of fellow directors and making a difference through cinema.
Kangana Ranaut recently gave a statement regarding support to Deepika Padukone in light of the threats against the Padmavati star and Sanjay Leela Bhansali.
The Bombay High Court bench said: “It is distressing to know that a person makes a feature film and several people work tirelessly towards it, but (he) is not able to release the film because of continued threats. What have we come to?”
Parrikar’s assertion came after he held a meeting with the BJP state women’s wing, led by its president Sulakshana Sawant.
Going by Deepika Padukone’s latest Instagram picture, looks like the Padmavati actor is taking some time off and spending some quality time with her besties.
Considering the controversial broth that Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus Padmavati is embroiled in, it is highly expected out of the Twinkle Khanna to express her opinion about the same.
“The film has not even been cleared by the censor board. So, the question of imposing a ban is premature,” Bihar CM Nitish Kumar said.
Kangana Ranaut has refused to sign the petition for Deepika Padukone and Padmavati. Initiated by Shabana Azmi, it has already got the support of Hema Malini, Alia Bhatt and Priyanka Chopra.
Industry bigwigs have no stakes in freedom of speech, they push no boundaries
For the first time in 1,200 years, says WhatsApp Uncle, we have a government that is protecting ladies and their men’s honour.
It has been known that Fukrey Returns has received a censorship clearance from the CBFC just 12 days prior to the release of the film on December 8. Padmavati was denied a certificate stating that filmmakers need to submit their movie to CBFC 68 days prior to the release date.
Did anyone get deviant thoughts and sexually corrupted by ‘Lipstick under by burkha’? I doubt it, but it did spark a national dialogue on freedom of art