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5 Female Directors are Changing The Landscape Of Bollywood Completely

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5 Female Directors are Changing The Landscape Of Bollywood Completely

Finally, we can say that Bollywood is changing its gears and shifting from a male-dominated industry to an equality industry. Many female stars are getting paid handsomely and now, there are several female directors who are expressing their thoughts and ideas in movies. The change is positive and fans are enjoying it. The makeover was much-needed and the diversification has just begun. Many female directors have emerged in the recent times and have given us some blockbusters. One of the most recent ones include Gully Boy directed by Zoya Akhtar. Today, we will be looking at five female directors in Bollywood who are completely changing the game.

– Zoya Akhtar: Zoya is one of the most renowned female directors in Bollywood. She recently directed Gully Boy starring Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt and have also made other films including Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, and web series, Made In Heaven. She was also involved as assistant director and scriptwriter in the films, Dil Chahta Hai and Talaash. She is indeed an inspiration to many out there.

Meghna Gulzar:

Raazi starring Vicky Kaushal and Alia Bhatt may have been a low-budget film, but it had a massive impact on the users. She is the daughter of the famous lyricist, Gulzaar. She is making some really cool movies in Bollywood and will be coming up with Chhappak, which will be based on the life of an acid attack survivor. The film stars Deepika Padukone in the lead role.

Nandita Das:

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my mouth is an abyss full of home invasion stories . TW- Rape, Sexual Abuse . 2001 i was six when fida begum told me marriage is for those who prefer unpaid sex and i lost my appetite for daal chawal because knowing what sex meant, was more important than being with a man who knew how to carry the moving old bed tradition forward, mother banned her entry home and i lost an honest answer to a woman of loose character . 2006 i was in mid school when “a boy” put his hand inside my shirt and pulled my bra strap, and maa said it’s normal for boys to do it, so i prayed to god and said make me one before we go on losing out on too many women in our lives, before a little too many bra straps are pulled and god sits there ready to forgive . 2010 i am sixteen and uncle tom tells me it’s okay for young girls to have sex at sixteen and i remember what fida begum said so i said never for free and he laughs at my face saying what a tragedy, but puts his hands amid my thigh anyway- so i scream but his hands are longer than amma’s midnight stor- ies and now, i was a part of one at the mercy of a man 36 years older to me. 2012 i am eighteen and boys around look at my breasts like they are sunsets in bali but i know what honour and traditions mean because baba told me men are a little too open from a young age and i looked at maa’s pregnant face while she oils the evening pakoras as a ritual sweating in the kitchen because her mother was a much worse teacher than mine . 2015 i am in college and by now i have forgotten to count on my fingers the number of times a man touches you because his hormones are more raging than yours; now, my hands are sea ores, my hips is a land for crashing planes, my legs are street lights that flicker at the sound of approaching dogs- my mouth is an abyss full of tasteless humor and bitter home invasion stories . 2019 i am in love and madly so with a man who looks like god; a man who holds my hands like ancient city maps, a man who turns around to kiss like a wayward storm and even after having lost everything my mouth feels like a beautiful poem he reads every wednesday . @_kavyasharma

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Nandita has been one of the strongest women in Bollywood. She portrayed a homosexual character for the first time in Deepa Mehta’s 1996 film, Fire. She made her directorial debut with Firaaq in 2008 and her recent venture includes Manto that stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui.

Gauri Shinde:

Gauri has only made two films in Bollywood as of now including English Vinglish and Dear Zindagi. But, the director has proven her worth. She has an ability to dive deep and bring out the best human emotions. She creates films for the logical audience and that’s something that we all need.

 Shonali Bose:

The National Film Award winner has some many great films to her name. She made Margarita with a Straw, which was the first one to portray same-sex relationship on celluloid in India. She will be coming back with The Sky Is Pink starring Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar, and Zaira Wasim.

Published by Lokendra Sharma on 30 May 2019

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