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Devadasi system still being practiced in India. Shocking! 
The age old tradition of Devadasi is still being followed in some parts of Maharashtra, Karnataka.
Under the name of God, the young girls are exploited by the affluent men in their areas.
How the exploitation takes places, and what could be the end result is shown in the latest film Pranali which is directed by Hridesh Kamble.

Full details about this movie is given at:
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'Hawaizaada': A dreamlike masterpiece about a dreamer(Movie Review)
NewKerala.com - 112 Minutes ago
Film - "Hawaizaada"; Cast - Mithun Chakraborty, Ayushmann Khurrana, Pallavi Sharda, Naman Jain, Jayant Kriplani, Natasha Sinha; Director - Vibhu Virender Puri; Rating - ****1/2 Do you ever wonder what
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Sundance Film Review: ‘Finders Keepers’
Variety - 1/28/2015
If Flannery O’Connor had ever abandoned writing to try her hand at Southern-fried reality TV, the result would probably look something like Bryan Carberry and Clay Tweel ’s “ Finders Keepers .” At times
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Film Review: ‘Dreamcatcher’
Variety - 1/28/2015
There are certain documentaries that thrive on a real-world version of movie-star magnetism, and in volunteer social worker Brenda Myers-Powell, “ Dreamcatcher ” has found itself something of a supernova.
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Sundance Film Review: ‘Grandma’
Variety - 1/28/2015
Elle Reid, a tart-tongued septuagenarian author who charges through life like a bull in a china shop, is the sort of character Lily Tomlin might have created decades ago and added to her repertoire alongside
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Movie Review: Ond Chance Kodi
Times of India - 1/28/2015
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Sundance Film Review: ‘Digging for Fire’
Variety - 1/27/2015
Joe Swanberg continues his march toward the mainstream even as he deepens his signature brand of hangout film in “ Digging for Fire ,” a lovely slice of everything and nothing centered on a housesitting couple
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Sundance Film Review: ‘Take Me to the River’
Variety - 1/27/2015
First-time writer-director Matt Sobel ’s “ Take Me to the River ” unfolds in an atmosphere of mystery and dread that contrasts with its surroundings’ bucolic serenity. A gay Californian teenager’s visit
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Sundance Film Review: ‘The Stanford Prison Experiment’
Variety - 1/27/2015
An elaborate behavioral simulation spirals shockingly out of control — and to a lesser degree, so does the movie — in “ The Stanford Prison Experiment ,” a grimly staged dramatic reconstruction of Philip
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Sundance Film Review: ‘The Wolfpack’
Variety - 1/27/2015
If Chance the Gardner, the TV-educated savant played by Peter Sellers in “Being There,” had lived together with his six siblings, it might have looked something like “The Wolfpack,” a truly stranger-than-fiction
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Sundance Film Review: ‘Chlorine’
Variety - 1/27/2015
A parent’s nervous breakdown leaves a teenager overburdened by adult responsibilities in the Italian feature “ Chlorine .” Lamberto Sanfelice ’s debut is a well-crafted if incompletely satisfying drama
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Film Review: Found-footage time travel thriller 'Project Almanac' suffers from a
Yahoo! Canada - 1/28/2015
The tired hand-held technique that seemed so fresh in 1999 with "The Blair Witch Project" long ago wore out its welcome. The only thing noteworthy about its use in "Project Almanac," which follows a group
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Movie review: Four stars for Amy Adams' Big Eyes
Straits Times - 1/28/2015
Big Eyes scores with its portrait of a marriage in which a manipulative artist takes credit for his wife's artworks Review Biopic BIG EYES (PG13) 106 minutes/Opens tomorrow/**** The story: Margaret
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Movie review: Goofy fun in Inherent Vice
Straits Times - 1/28/2015
Fun piece filled with cosmic coincidences and elaborate conspiracies Review Drama INHERENT VICE (M18) 149 minutes/Opens tomorrow/***1/2 The story: In the Los Angeles of the early 1970s, Larry "Doc"
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Movie review: Lee Min Ho is too good-looking to be a great gangster in Gangnam Blues
Straits Times - 1/28/2015
Review Crime action GANGNAM BLUES (R21) 130 minutes/Opens tomorrow/**1/2 The story: In 1970 South Korea, Jong Dae (Lee Min Ho) and Yong Gi (Kim Rae Won) are impoverished orphans who grow up together
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Movie review: The Wedding Ringer celebrates bromance
Straits Times - 1/28/2015
Review Comedy THE WEDDING RINGER (NC16) 112 minutes/Opens tomorrow/** The story: Lonesome tax attorney Doug Harris (Josh Gad) is getting married to a hot woman, Gretchen Palmer (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting),
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Film Review: Girlhood
Film Journal International - 1/28/2015
Worlds away from Boyhood , Céline Schiamma’s Girlhood ( Bande de Filles in France) is an up-close, rowdy, rough-around-the edges portrait of a troubled teen and her “hood” in a depressing Paris housing
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Film Review: Timbuktu
Film Journal International - 1/28/2015
The new film from Abderrahmane Sissako ( Bamako ) could hardly be timelier. A small town in northern Mali is taken over by religious fundamentalists, who impose their laws on the peaceable, devout villagers,
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Film Review: Above and Beyond
Film Journal International - 1/28/2015
A fascinating, little-known historical tale is stirringly recounted in Roberta Grossman's documentary about Jewish-American fighter pilots who volunteered to fight for Israel in its 1948 War of Independence.
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Dead Lesbian Society: WATCHMEN’s Dark Silhouette
Bright Lights Film Journal - 1/28/2015
(WATCHMEN SPOILER ALERT) A week after seeing WATCHMEN I’m still disturbed about the pantextual associations behind the “hate crime” killing of Silhouette, a lesbian superhero from the first generation
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Sundance Film Review: ‘People, Places, Things’
Variety - 1/26/2015
Sporting the most absurdly universalizing title since “Men, Women & Children,” “People, Places, Things” contains no insights into the human condition so profound as to warrant staking a claim on the world’s
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Slamdance Film Review: ‘Dennis Rodman’s Big Bang in Pyongyang’
Variety - 1/26/2015
A deftly constructed, consistently engrossing and frequently flat-out-hilarious account of a controversial sporting event with geopolitical implications, “ Dennis Rodman ’s Big Bang in Pyongyang” arrives
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Sundance Film Review: ‘Homesick’
Variety - 1/26/2015
A more overtly serious treatment of sexual themes after their feature debut, 2011 Sundance grand jury prizewinner “Happy, Happy,” helmer Anne Sewitsky and co-scenarist Ragnhild Tronvoll’s “ Homesick ”
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Sundance Film Review: ‘Partisan’
Variety - 1/26/2015
A boy raised from birth to be a hit man begins to recalibrate his moral compass in “ Partisan ,” a confidently told and in some ways quite original debut feature from Australian director Ariel Kleiman
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Sundance Film Review: ‘Last Days in the Desert’
Variety - 1/26/2015
A filmmaker known primarily for his perceptive melodramas about women, from “Things You Can Tell Just By Looking at Her ” to “Mother and Child,” now turns his attention to a primal tale of fathers and
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Sundance Film Review: ‘Going Clear: Scientology & The Prison of Belief’
Variety - 1/26/2015
Though the lid was blown off the Church of Scientology long ago, Alex Gibney ’s powder-keg documentary, “Going Clear,” should certainly rattle the walls, if not shake them to their very foundations. Gibney
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