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These are the top 5 Videos that made By Indian Filmmakers about women Empowerment

Listing Here the top 6 Best Indian Short Films  Created  by Indian filmmakers about Women Empowerment


From the past few weeks, the most popular video in India is “My Choice”. People has been talking about it, appreciating & criticizing its message. There has been some great attempts to make YouTube videos on the issue of women’s condition in India. Here, we are compiling some of those videos:

 1. My Choice (2015)

The My Choice video is made by Homi Adajania for Vogue Empower Campaign. Its written by Kersi Khambatta. The Cinematographer was Tassaduq Hussain. The film features 99 women including Zoya Akhtar, Nimrat Kaur, Anupama Chopra. The main narration is done by Deepika Padukone. The video is shot in black & white with superimposed colors. The video was visually striking.

2,Rape: It’s Your Fault (2013)

The My Choice video is made by Homi Adajania for Vogue Empower Campaign. Its written by Kersi Khambatta. The Cinematographer was Tassaduq Hussain. The film features 99 women including Zoya Akhtar, Nimrat Kaur, Anupama Chopra. The main narration is done by Deepika Padukone. The video is shot in black & white with superimposed colors. The video was visually striking.

3.Going Home (2014)

This Film Was Directed by Vikas Bahl for Vogue Empower. It visualizes an Utopian Society where women can live without fear & mistrust. Alia Bhatt played the main character. It was much appreciated both in India & Abroad.

 4. Never #LikeAnIndianMan (2014)

This was made by The Viral Fever. They are one of India’s most famous Youth Entertainment Channels on YouTube. The video shows how Indian Women perceive an Average Indian Man. It was directed by Raghav Subbu & Prem Mistry.

5. Why Rape is a Joke in India (2015)

It’s a Stand Up Video directed by Vasundhara Kaul. She mocks the conventional Indian Ideologies. The video blended serious issues with humor.

6.Start With The Boys (2014)

Another Video made for Vogue Empower Campaign, directed by Vinil Mathew. It shows how an average Indian Boy is taught not to cry. It has a strong message in the end by Madhuri Dixit.

These videos has promoted the issue of Women Empowerment in various ways, among today’s Internet Browsing Young Generation. But, in India a large number of the population don’t have access to the Internet. Efforts should be made to reach those people too. Contents should be created and broadcasted in a more accessible and comprehensible way.

Tag: Indian Indie Films, Women Empowerment Films 

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