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A reason to empower!

If equality is the prize, shouldn't we all aim to be winners? Watch how these winners, tackle the obstacles within a male dominated society and rise above it. They portray strength and determination while still being true to their feministic traits of compassion and love.

  • Angry Indian Goddesses

    Emotions don't make us weak.They make us stronger.

    A spontaneous bachelorette party brings a group of friends together. The women share their experiences on how they each faced discrimination, and how it led them to do better in their respective fields. In a largely male dominated corporate world, Suranjana is a corporate CEO. In an industry full of heroes Joanna tries to make her mark as a heroine. 'Angry Indian Goddesses' by filmmaker Pan Nalin, stands out for its eccentric performances, by all the female leads.

    The Cast:
    Sarah-Jane Dias, Anushka Manchanda, Sandhya Mridul, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Amrit Maghera, Rajshri Deshpande

  • Malek means Angel

    The smile of an angel and the will of a warrior.

    'Malek means Angel' directed by Lea Mathiesen is about an 11 year old girl, who resides within a Muslim dominated country. With all the restrictions faced by women, Malek's stance is on the fence, literally. She dreams of becoming a professional fencer. Her free time is spent on training and practicing along with her best friend and competitor Yassmine. The movie portrays the transformation of Malek from a tom-boy to a passionate young woman.

    The Cast:
    Malek Hannachi, Yassmine Ayari

  • Qissa

    A girl's body. A man's mind.

    A story about a father (Umber) who has three daughters and wants to fulfil his urge to have a male child, but is blessed again with another daughter. However, he gives her a male name - Kanwar - and raises her as a boy. Kanwar is caught in a struggle to prove herself as a girl, while her father chooses to do otherwise. She grows up learning wrestling and driving a truck, which are considered to be male-dominated professions. After being married off to a girl, Kanwar now faces serious questions about her sexuality.
    Watch this film to witness her transformation from a frisky, feral girl to a strong, sympathetic woman.

    The Cast:
    Irrfan Khan, Tillotama Shome , Tisca Chopra

  • Conclusion:

    Women's empowerment is a crucial issue that has been gaining a lot of traction recently; and now takes centre stage in these movies. Watch these inspiring films on a Tata Sky screen near you. visit this to know more. #FilmFestAtHome