Angry Indian Goddesses

Angry Indian Goddesses

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Directed by : Pan Nalin

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  • Critics Rating 3.3/5
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Angry Indian Goddesses is a upcoming Hindi drama film, directed by Pan Nalin with Sandhya Mridul, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Sarah-Jane Dias, Anushka Manchanda, Amrit Maghera, Rajshri Deshpande and Pavleen Gujral playing lead roles with Adil Hussain.


“While it could have been an impressive feminist tale, amateurish direction puts a dent.”

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Sandhya Mridul

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Sisterhood of the enraged Indian Women

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The debate about feminism, women empowerment, equality and the caricature of the ideal modern woman has long been stirring up in the Indian society with no conclusive end to it. The rise of social media has not just availed a platform to raise voices but also to create a mental image of idealism. Everything that a woman does is absolutely her choice- her choice of clothes, career and decisions in life and relationships.

Frieda invites her friends for a little vacation to her villa in Goa, only to surprise them with her wedding plans. Suranjita, Madhumita, Pamela, Nargis, Joanna come down to figure out the chaos. This eventually leads to a fun, bachelorette with the gutsy girl gang. A crazy, girls only trip turns out into a tragic adventure as events unfold. In the meanwhile, we realize the problems of every character's life in the film and their strength to overcome it all. There are tears, joys and sorrow that come along with lessons for all.

While there is too much estrogen flowing in the film, there is also too much idealism based on the social media voices that is caricatured in the film. The film without being preachy points out to the gender bias and the modern woman with a voice in the country. Not all issues are female specific, but they make a way in touching the root of the issue in the society.

Angry Indian Goddesses to me is a path breaking film that dares to go all out and not just encourage woman but also create a sense of being and vivid possibilities that exist. However there are parts that get boring and lack their importance and positioning in the story. Hence making it look like a lot of boring moments and too much of silent male bashing.

It's unique, crazy, gutsy and different. Worth a watch!

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