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Instead, I would say Indian films bring to mind song and dance numbers, bright colors, melodrama, slapstick humor, and a lot of romance—the overwhelming majority of it, of course, between a man and a woman. Their loves and lives have long been a part of Indian history and Indian cinema. Here are four wonderful films made by Indian filmmakers that put queer Indian women and their stories at the forefront. The film follows two women, Radha Shabana Azmi and Sita Nandita Das , two sister-in-laws trapped not only in unsatisfying arranged marriages with a pair of brothers but under the same crowded, stuffy roof in New Delhi, where they tend to household chores and a paralyzed mother-in-law. They bond over the difficulties that lace both their lives; Radha and her husband Ashok Kulbhushan Kharbanda share a sexless marriage.
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Bollywood’s First Lesbian Rom-Com Is Bringing Queer Love to Indian Cinema
Bollywood makes a song and dance about a lesbian romance – at last – South Asia Journal
A father tries to marry off his daughter to a handsome bachelor. She resists, insisting her heart lies with someone else. There is singing and dancing. It could be the trailer for any Bollywood romance. Opening across the country on Friday, Ek Ladki has been the subject of a careful marketing campaign that has avoided explicitly spelling out the novel features of its plot.
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Bollywood film on lesbian romance hailed for pushing boundaries
India decriminalised gay sex six months ago, but its film industry has only taken hesitant steps in the direction of equality. A still from the film Dostana. When the protagonist comes out of the closet to her friend, he bursts out laughing and slips down to the floor.
Photo courtesy of Fox Star Studios. A new Hindi-language, coming-of-age romantic comedy is making waves and disrupting heteronormative cinema in India this year. Her father, meanwhile, has his own progressive storyline that suggests the filmmakers are also speaking to gender norms—to the dismay of his mother, his passion is to cook.