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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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In 'Songs From the North' and 'Durak,' Community Goes to Extremes
Indiewire - 21 Hours ago
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When the Game Stands Tall
Kids-In-Mind - 22 Hours ago
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If I Stay
Kids-In-Mind - 22 Hours ago
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Our Protagonist Is a Passenger of Clichés in 'If I Stay' (Review)
Pop Matters - 8/22/2014
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Movie Review: ‘K2’ Shows Climbers With a Lofty Goal in the Himalayas
New York Times - 8/22/2014
“K2: Siren of the Himalayas” chronicles an attempt to reach the peak of the second-highest mountain in the world in 2
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'The Last Showing': Frightfest Review
Hollywood Reporter - 20 Hours ago
The horror legend behind Freddie Krueger puts his claws away for good in this low-budget British-made psycho-thriller, an affectionate semi-homage to Wes Craven's canon of self-referential slasher flicks.
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'Jason Nash is Married': Film Review
Hollywood Reporter - 20 Hours ago
A struggling comedian tries to maintain self-respect in a relationship with a more successful partner in Jason Nash Is Married, a sketchily autobiographical outgrowth of web series and podcasts that have
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'The Reconstruction of William Zero': Fantasia Review
Hollywood Reporter - 20 Hours ago
Another quiet indie using sci-fi tropes for thoughtful exploration of wholly real emotions, Dan Bush's The Reconstruction of William Zero introduces a geneticist so overwhelmed by grief he creates a clone
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'The Iron Ministry' and 'Horse Money': Of Non-Places and Men
Indiewire - 8/21/2014
Pedro Costa's "Horse Money" This piece is part of Indiewire and the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Critics Academy at the Locarno Film Festival. Click  here  to read all of the Academy's work.
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Review: 'If I Stay' Starring Chloe Grace Moretz, Jamie Blackley, Mireille Enos and
Indiewire - 8/21/2014
Based on Gayle Forman ’s bestselling teen novel, “ If I Stay ” should certainly appeal to its target demo. It alternately seems engineered for tears, giggles and swoons, and it shouldn’t have an issue
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'Sin City' Reviews: The Dame's to Kill For, the Movie Less So
Indiewire - 8/21/2014
Eva Green in 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' After nine years of promising a sequel to their 2005 hit "Sin City," Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez finally have something to show for it in "Sin City:
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Criticwire Classic of the Week: Steven Soderbergh's 'Sex, Lies, and Videotape'
Indiewire - 8/21/2014
Andie MacDowell and James Spader in 'Sex, Lies, and Videotape' Every now and then on the Criticwire Network an older film gets singled out for attention. This is the Criticwire Classic of the Week.
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‘Expedition to the End of the World’: Scientists and Artists Find Beginnings
Pop Matters - 8/21/2014
What's Cooking Here on Planet Earth Photo above by Simon Rubardo “The notion of the end of the world is unique to man,” says Tal R, gesturing vibrantly with a pencil as he speaks. “Imagine if the mountains
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Movie Review: 'Love Is Strange’ Stars John Lithgow and Alfred Molina
New York Times - 8/21/2014
John Lithgow and Alfred Molina star in “Love Is Strange” as Manhattan men who marry but are forced to live separately.
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‘Transcendence’ Is a High-Tech Mess of Subplots
Pop Matters - 8/21/2014
In Transcendence , Evelyn Caster (Rebecca Hall) is introduced as the classic mad scientist, someone who moves forward with experimental technology without stopping to consider the consequences. Of course,
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Review: 'Sin City: A Dame To Kill For' Starring Jessica Alba, Joseph Gordon-Levitt,
Indiewire - 8/21/2014
When Robert Rodriguez ’s original " Sin City " was released way back in 2005, the VFX-heavy neo-noir felt like something genuinely groundbreaking – a comic book adaptation so faithful to the source material
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Review: Beautiful And Unique 'Winter In The Blood'
Indiewire - 8/21/2014
It’s been over a decade since twin brothers Alex and Andrew Smith ’s film “ The Slaughter Rule ,” starring Ryan Gosling , debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in 2002, and their follow up film, “ Winter
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'Cam2Cam': Film Review
Hollywood Reporter - 8/21/2014
There’s no doubt that logging onto a video chat room is an invitation for creepiness, something that Joel Soisson’s horror film Cam2Cam is all too eager to exploit. Unfortunately, this effort from the
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As with a number of third installments, the law of diminishing returns kicks in
Dark Horizons - 8/21/2014
With little else to incite interest, the formula is officially stale. Sylvester Stallone returns as Barney Ross, leader of the titular mercenary team of geriatric G.I. Joes (the cartoon kind, specifically).
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Review: Chris Marker's 'Level Five' Displays The Work Of A Mastermind Theorist
Indiewire - 8/18/2014
Back on the big screen as part of BAM Rose Cinema's retrospective of his work,  Chris Marker ’s 1996 documentary “ Level Five ” is a staunch reminder of the kind of the singular cinematic artifacts left
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Review: 'Masters of Sex' Season 2 Episode 6, 'Blackbird,' Shows How No One Really
Indiewire - 8/18/2014
This week's "Masters of Sex" featured repression, repression and some more repression. With last night's "Blackbird," Season 2 of "Masters of Sex" is halfway over. It's a wonderful midway point, a proper
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Recap: 'The Leftovers,' Season 1, Episode 8 'Cairo'
Indiewire - 8/18/2014
Purpose. It's the word that's becoming something of importance to the characters of " The Leftovers ." In last week's " Solace For Tired Feet ," Kevin Garvey's ( Justin Theroux ) father tried desperately,
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Review: 'The Leftovers' Season 1 Episode 8 'Cairo' Makes You Understand the Guilty
Indiewire - 8/18/2014
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'Fidelio: Alice's Journey' ('Fidelio: L'odyssee d'Alice'): Locarno Review
Hollywood Reporter - 8/20/2014
High passions on the high seas propel Fidelio: Alice's Journey (Fidelio: l'odyssee d'Alice), one of the more accessibly mainstream world-premieres at Locarno this year. Built four-square around Ariane
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'Kite': Fantasia Review
Hollywood Reporter - 8/20/2014
A live-action anime adaptation whose most lively element is costume design, Ralph Ziman's Kite repackages an assortment of genre tropes into an instantly forgettable Luc Besson-aping slog that would be
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