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Shabana Azmi links women empowerment with upbringing of boys, redefines ‘mardangi’

Challenging the myths of masculinity, Shabana Azmi talks about empowerment of women and shares how offshoots of sexism against women can be driven away. Read on
Shabana Azmi redefines ‘mardangi’ while talking about women empowerment(Instagram/azmishabana18)
Shabana Azmi redefines ‘mardangi’ while talking about women empowerment(Instagram/azmishabana18)
Updated on Jan 03, 2021 11:54 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, Delhi | By hindustantimes.com | Edited by Zarafshan Shiraz

‘Mee Raqsam’ is a modern masterpiece

it illustrates not just the growing hindu-muslim fissures, but the love between a father and his daughter. politics recedes, as it should. love wins, as it must
Naseeruddin Shah and Danish Hussain in a scene from ‘Mee Raqsam’. I suspect the makers and promoters of this film — and the list has Shabana Azmi’s name at the very top — intended for the movie’s political message to be the one the audience takes home(Mee Rqasam)
Naseeruddin Shah and Danish Hussain in a scene from ‘Mee Raqsam’. I suspect the makers and promoters of this film — and the list has Shabana Azmi’s name at the very top — intended for the movie’s political message to be the one the audience takes home(Mee Rqasam)
Updated on Aug 30, 2020 02:38 PM IST
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‘I don’t think only certain community’s people are all negative’: Baba Azmi on villains of Mee Raqsam

Cinematographer-turned-filmmaker Baba Azmi has made his directorial debut with Mee Raqsam. In this interview, he talks about his film, his father and Mijwan.
Naseeruddin Shah in Mee Raqsam.
Naseeruddin Shah in Mee Raqsam.
Updated on Aug 25, 2020 07:09 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Soumya Srivastava
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