- Producer04/01/2017Bengaluru now, where next?Mass molestation will happen again because the powers in India see it as just deserts for ‘liberated’ women When fruit ripens on a branch, it is asking to be eaten. When women step out in short dresses and/or swig a drink in India, they are...
Comments04/01/2017 #1 Devesh BhattCities are not safe, people dont care, precautions are a must.
Sure unruly elements end up everywhere, but public in general cannot be part of it, at least citizens in hilly areas do not tolerate this in public areas.
We cannot demand safety for women without demanding better law & order. These cases will come up repeatedly.
- Producer26/09/2016Pink is not in Delhi’s DNAWas India's capital New Delhi safe for women 30 or 40 years ago? How about 60 years ago, soon after Independence and long before women in Delhi had a chance to find their voice? The answer is NOPink, the movie, is the talk these days. It is set in...
Comments26/09/2016 #2 Praveen Raj GullepalliSaw the movie last night with my wife. She said she would watch it again! And understandably so. A gripping watch indeed. Amitabh burns the screen with his presence while the issue itself is a burning issue. The movie sums things up this way: A NO by a woman is a no...regardless of how she is dressed, what she has or has not drunk, where she is, whatever be the time or occasion, and whether or not she was soliciting male attention...that NO, once uttered, that line, once drawn, cannot be violated or transgressed by any male.