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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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Variety - 5 Hours ago
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Venice Film Review: ‘A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence’
Variety - 5 Hours ago
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Venice Film Review: ‘Leopardi’
Variety - 20 Hours ago
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Venice Film Review: ‘Tsili’
Variety - 20 Hours ago
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Film Review: Nicole Kidman in…
Variety - 24 Hours ago
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Movie Review: 'Rocks in My Pockets,' an Animated Film About Depression
New York Times - 84 Minutes ago
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Venice Reviews: Akin’s 'The Cut' Stars Rahim, Costanza’s 'Hungry Hearts' Stars Driver
Indiewire - 4 Hours ago
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Reese Witherspoon Wows in 'Wild': First Reviews
Indiewire - 4 Hours ago
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'The Boxtrolls' Reviews: 'Flipping Excellent' or 'A Charmless Misfire?'
Indiewire - 5 Hours ago
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Telluride Review: Nick Broomfield's 'Tales Of The Grim Sleeper'
Indiewire - 10 Hours ago
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Venice Review: Roy Andersson's 'A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence'
Indiewire - 12 Hours ago
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MOVIE REVIEW: If I Stay
Spot.ph - 12 Hours ago
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Movie Review - As Above, So Below
Freestone County Times - 23 Hours ago
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Movie Review: ‘As Above, So Below’
Daily Mississippian - 5 Hours ago
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Movie Review: I MELT WITH YOU
Examiner.com - 5 Hours ago
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FILM REVIEW: Emotional atmospheric thriller from Aussie director
Central Western Daily - 23 Hours ago
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Telluride Film Review: ‘Madame Bovary’
Variety - 24 Hours ago
Although worlds away from the deadpan sci-fi whimsy of her 2009 debut, “Cold Souls,” director Sophie Barthes’ subdued take on “ Madame Bovary ” similarly reveals a sly intelligence at the helm. Measured
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Film Review: Nicole Kidman in 'Before I Go To Sleep'
Variety - 9/1/2014
“ Before I Go To Sleep ” is a risky title for a genre exercise intended to keep viewers bolt upright in their seats, handing mirthful critics a ready-made punchline at the first sign of lethargy. The
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Venice Film Review: ‘Olive Kitteridge’
Variety - 9/1/2014
She’s “Ollie” to her husband and “Mrs. K” to the students in her middle-school mathematics class, and her daughter-in-law insists on calling her “Mom.” But audiences will forever know this unforgettable,
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Venice Film Review: ‘Hungry Hearts’
Variety - 9/1/2014
Despite the near-dozen cast members listed, “ Hungry Hearts ” is an intimate three-hander that starts off with one of the more delightful opening scenes of recent years, but then, soon after the half-hour
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Telluride Film Review: ‘Escobar: Paradise Lost’
Variety - 9/1/2014
A Canadian surfer finds himself in the deadliest closeout of his life — on dry land — in “Escobar: Paradise Lost,” which imagines that downfall of Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar (played by Benicio
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Venice Film Review: ‘The Cut’
Variety - 9/1/2014
There have been a paltry few movies about the 1915 Armenian genocide, which has only increased expectations around Fatih Akin ’s already buzzy “The Cut.” Budgeted at $21 million, this historical epic-cum-Western
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Movie review: Housebound
New Zealand Herald - 9/1/2014
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OzAsia on Screen Film Review: Why Don’t You Play in Hell? »
Glam Adelaide - 9/1/2014
Occasionally, there are virtually plot-less films that just let loose a bunch of odd-ball characters and see them fly. It doesn’t always work with some movies collapsing under the weight of their own
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Movie review: Lucy
Wairarapa Times Age - 9/1/2014
Lucy's (Scarlet Johansson) foes are the heavies of an Asian drug cartel, but it's she who has big-gun mental firepower. Lucy (R16), 89 minutes We are asked to stretch the powers of our imagination
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