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‘Jhund’ is like a spark that celebrates the essence of Being

  Neeraj Bunkar The movie Jhund is based on the life of Vijay Barse, who transformed the lives of slum children through football in Nagpur. Although the story of the movie is predictable, the way Nagraj weaves in anecdotes really takes it to another level. Nagraj Manjule, a committed storyteller, wrote and directed this movie …

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Nagraj Manjule: Exposing Merit – A Hoax of the Caste Society!

utkarsh manav

Utkarsh Manav If a person from an ex-untouchable community becomes a well known personality in any field or makes his presence felt in any sector, these days he gets a prefix attached to his profession and that prefix is ‘Dalit’1. The insertion of this prefix seems to imply this community was not meant to be …

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Kaala: Construct of Ambedkarite leadership by Pa Ranjith

mahipal mahamatta

  Mahipal Mahamatta If we look at the history of more than 100 years of Indian cinema, we will find that Caste has been blatantly sidelined from it. Kancha Ilaiah had staid that mainstream history of India, is a history of the upper castes and there is no space for Dalits and Bahujans in it. …

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Why Sairat is different

Vidyanand Thombare

  Vidyanand Thombare Love has universal value. It’s eternal and thus doesn’t recognise any boundaries that our social structure tries to impose on it – it exists beyond all boundaries. This universality has been widely expressed in many forms, especially through films in our society. In India, cinema and cricket are two religions on their …