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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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Horrible Bosses 2, film review: Sequel has plenty of moments that will get you guffawing
NewsRT.co.uk - 3 Hours ago
An improvement on its predecessor, this comedy sequel has plenty of moments that will get you guffawing. It follows in a long tradition of Hollywood comedy about goofy, downtrodden everymen.
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Hockney, film review: Film reveals artist's dandyism, brilliance, and formidable
NewsRT.co.uk - 3 Hours ago
The feted British artist David Hockney emerges from this very sprightly documentary as a cross between Alan Bennett and Andy Warhol.
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Kajaki: The True Story, film review: One of the first movies to look at the war
NewsRT.co.uk - 3 Hours ago
Paul Katis's shocking, impressively made movie about British soldiers stationed at the Kajaki Dam, Afghanistan, in 2006 is based on a real story, but it plays like a horror movie.
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Concerning Violence, film review: Probing the relationship between coloniser and
NewsRT.co.uk - 3 Hours ago
The Swedish director Göran Olsson's fascinating and provocative documentary is inspired by Frantz Fanon's 1962 book about decolonisation, The Wretched of the Earth.
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23:57 I Am Ali, film review: The legendary boxer is still the greatest,...
NewsRT.co.uk - 3 Hours ago
Muhammad Ali books, articles and films constitute a mini-genre in their own right. Heavyweight authors and journalists from George Plimpton and Norman Mailer to Gay Talese, David Remnick, Thomas Hauser
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Ungli movie review
INooz - 3 Hours ago
We aren’t influenced in any way by these human ninjas that cover themselves with black wardrobes an ...
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Movie review: ‘Penguins’ has plenty for kids and parents
Ames Daily Tribune - 36 Minutes ago
Blame it on lowered expectations for the umpteenth cartoon starring those commando penguins from “Madagascar,” over-exposed little darlings who stole all those movies and went on to star in their own
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Film review: 'The Tale of the Princess Kaguya' is tragically beautiful
Examiner.com - 74 Minutes ago
The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Note: For any of you Rochester readers, "The Tale of the Princess Kaguya," does not play in or around the city. I had to drive to Ithaca and watch it at the unique Cinemapolis.
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I Am Ali, film review: The legendary boxer is still the greatest, even in a flyweight
NewsRT.co.uk - 3 Hours ago
Muhammad Ali books, articles and films constitute a mini-genre in their own right. Heavyweight authors and journalists from George Plimpton and Norman Mailer to Gay Talese, David Remnick, Thomas Hauser
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A Thousand Times Goodnight – movie review
The Blurb Magazine - 6 Hours ago
The hushed atmosphere. The ritual washing. The cautious fastening of the belt and vest on the woman’s body … a religious ceremony perhaps?  If only the belt and vest weren’t packed with explosives.
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Movie review: Elsa and Fred
New Zealand Herald - 9 Hours ago
Shirley MacLaine, Christopher Plummer, Marcia Gay Harden Michael Radford 104 mins PG (offensive language) Missed opportunity. A very loose remake of a 2008 Argentinean romance which was itself
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Movie Review: Similar but not matching
Jerusalem Post - 14 Hours ago
SERIAL (BAD) WEDDINGS Hebrew title: Lama Zeh Magiya Li? Directed by Philippe de Chauveron With Christian Clavier, Chantal Lauby Running time: 97 minutes In French. Check with theaters for subtitle
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Movie review: Nightcrawler
New Zealand Herald - 24 Hours ago
Jake Gyllenhaal, Bill Paxton, Rene Russo Dan Gilroy 117 mins R16 Violence, offensive language, content that may disturb A refreshingly dark and witty satire. The American dream is given a twisted
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Movie review: Ouija
Prague Post - 24 Hours ago
By-the-numbers horror film about famous board game is both sinister and unintentionally comical
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Nightcrawler: Movie Review
ONE News - 11/27/2014
Rating: Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Riz Ahmed, Rene Russo, Bill Paxton Director: Dan Gilroy It's to the underbelly of Los Angeles we go in this terrific thriller set against a backdrop of nights and shady
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Elsa and Fred: Movie Review
ONE News - 11/27/2014
Rating: Cast: Shirley MacLaine, Christopher Plummer, Marcia Gay Harden, Chris Noth, Scott Bakula, George Segal Director: Michael Radford Relying heavily on imagery from An irascible and easily irritated
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Movie Review: Hungry for more from Hunger Games
Meridian Booster - 5 Hours ago
Simon Arseneau Multimedia Journalist The biggest problem with The Hunger Games: Mockingjay: Part 1 is that, as its title suggests, it is the first part of the third movie in a franchise. Consequently
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Film Review: 'Kajaki'
IMDB - 5 Hours ago
?????Consciously attempting to remedy British cinema’s dirge of contemporary war films, outshone as they usually are by the superior American model, Kajaki (2014), the feature debut of Paul Katis, is
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‘Point and Shoot’ movie review
Washington Post - 11/26/2014
By , In 2011, Baltimore native Matthew VanDyke became a national headline when he joined rebel forces in Libya, having already been imprisoned there for 5 1 / 2 months in a squalid jail. In the absorbing,
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Movie Review: ‘Horrible Bosses 2’
Daily Times - 4 Hours ago
In ‘Horrible Bosses 2’ we catch up with Nick, Kurt and Dale (Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day), after they have been “liberated” from the oppressive rule of their respectively horrible bosses
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Horrible Bosses, film review
Ein News - 5 Hours ago
Today - 15:20 GMT Horrible Bosses (2011) was directed by Seth Gordon; starring: Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis.
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Movie review: Heartbeat a quirky yet emotional celebration
Ein News - 5 Hours ago
Today - 19:50 GMT Heartbeat 3 stars out of 5 Starring: Tanya Davis, Stewart Legere, Stephanie Clattenburg Directed by: Andrea Dorfman
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Film review: Paddington (4 out of 5)
Ein News - 5 Hours ago
Today - 21:09 GMT I’m not sure when it happened, but at some stage film-makers decided that children’s movies should also have elements that adults will enjoy. It’s usually the
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Movie Review: ‘Touch the Wall’ Follows Olympic Swimmers
New York Times - 5 Hours ago
The documentary “Touch the Wall” follows two world-class swimmers, Kara Lynn Joyce and Missy Franklin.
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Movie Review: ‘The Immortalists’: Two Paths to Outwitting Death
New York Times - 5 Hours ago
“The Immortalists,” a documentary directed by David Alvarado and Jason Sussberg, looks at two scientists racing against time and its inevitable consequences.
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