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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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‘Get On Up’: As James Brown, Chadwick Boseman makes it funky
Chicago Sun-Times - 6 Hours ago
By RICHARD ROEPER Movie Columnist July 31, 2014 9:00AM Chadwick Boseman (“42”) expertly replicates James Brown’s signature dance moves in “Get On Up.” UNIVERSAL PICTURES Nobody
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Guardians of the Galaxy
Chico News & Review - 7 Hours ago
There is an enjoyable sequence early in director James Gunn’s otherwise busy and dispiriting Marvel comic-book adaptation of that prepares the palate for original flavors otherwise absent. Chris Pratt
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Review: John Boyega Shines in 'Imperial Dreams,' One of the Most Overlooked Gems
Indiewire - 7 Hours ago
John Boyega in 'Imperial Dreams'                 Making its Los Angeles premiere on August 9, Malik Vitthal's debut feature "Imperial Dreams" tells the story of a young ex-convict seeking a better
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Get On Up
Indiewire - 7 Hours ago
Photo by D Stevens - Courtesy of Universal Studios Chadwick Boseman gives a thoroughly convincing performance as the Godfather of Soul, James Brown. That’s the main takeaway from this scattershot
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‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Has Lots of Boys and “The Girl”
Pop Matters - 9 Hours ago
Hello Daddy, hello Mom I’m your ch ch ch ch ch cherry bomb. Hello world I’m your wild girl I’m your ch ch ch ch ch cherry bomb. —The Runaways, “Cherry Bomb” Gamora (Zoe Saldana) is mad. She’s got
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Fantasia Review: You've Never Seen a Movie Quite Like the Nutty 'I Am a Knife With
Indiewire - 7/30/2014
EDT 2014 In this wild rock star satire, a musician angers jihadists and fights for his life. But it's not that simple. The rock star at the center of "I Am a Knife With Legs." If most
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Review: Chilly And Joyless 'War Story' Starring Catherine Keener And Ben Kingsley
Indiewire - 7/30/2014
This is reprint of our review from the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. What is behind the desire to punish an audience? Truthfully, few filmmakers besides   Michael Haneke   maybe intentionally want to
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Review: James Franco's Tossed Off And Drab Cormac McCarthy Adaptation 'Child Of
Indiewire - 7/29/2014
This is a reprint of our review from the 2013 Venice Film Festival. James Franco might not be the first person to debut a film he'd directed at each of the three major European festivals in the same
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Emmy Watch: Learning to Love 'Game of Thrones'
Indiewire - 7/29/2014
Emmy nominee Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister in "Game of Thrones" The first time I quit "Game of Thrones," in the midst of the prolonged setup that plagued season one, it came as a relief. No
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Review: 'Rich Hill' Presents American Poverty in Poetic Terms
Indiewire - 7/29/2014
EDT 2014 This delicate look at lower class kids in Missouri won the Grand Jury prize at Sundance. "Rich Hill." There is a new subgenre of American documentary filmmaking: Beautiful, haunting
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Hercules -- $29.8M
MSN Movies - 7/29/2014
User Rating: 9 ratings PG13 , 1hr 39min Released: July 25, 2014 Distributor: Paramount Pictures Synopsis: Dwayne Johnson stars as the son of Zeus in this Brett Ratner-directed adaptation
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'Love Child' Crosses the Line Between Real Life and Virtual Life (Review)
Pop Matters - 7/28/2014
Immersed “If a game designer fails to lead users to be immersed in games, then it’s a neglect of duty.” —Game developer Tae-Geon Kim “When we arrived at the scene, the baby was in the basement.
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The Last, Best Season of 'The Killing'
Indiewire - 7/28/2014
Plenty of us have made bad choices in men, but it would be hard to match Sarah Linden's. At the end of Season Three of "The Killing" (the statute of limitations has passed, but spoiler alert anyway) she
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Review: 'The Leftovers' Season 1 Episode 5, 'Gladys,' Paints a Clear and Terrifying
Indiewire - 7/28/2014
:00:00 EDT 2014 What we know, what we don't, and what we think is coming next after Episode 5 of "The Leftovers." Paul Schiraldi/HBO Ann Dowd and Amy Brenneman in "The Leftovers" The
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Wish I Was Here
Kids-In-Mind - 7/27/2014
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Magic in the Moonlight
Kids-In-Mind - 7/27/2014
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And So It Goes
City Pages - 7/26/2014
With still enjoying his retirement, it falls to to swoon over the oh-so-cutesy in , a timid, elder rom-com in the same wheelhouse as the 2003 Nicholson-Keaton team-up, Something’s Gotta Give. A film of
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San Diego Comic Con Review: Found Footage Time Travel Movie 'Project Almanac'
Indiewire - 7/25/2014
Christopher Nolan and Matthew McConaughey 's appearance in Hall H wasn't the only surprise aspect of Paramount 's lengthy San Diego Comic Con panel yesterday. It was also announced, after a brief clip
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Turns Out They Shouldn't Have Kept the Rock's 'Hercules' Away From Critics After
Indiewire - 7/25/2014
Dwayne Johnson in "Hercules" Most of the time when studios keep movies away from critics, they're right, but with "Hercules," whose screenings gave press only a 60-minute head start on the general
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Sleeper of the Week: 'Alive Inside: A Story of Music'
Indiewire - 7/25/2014
'Alive Inside: A Story of Memory and Music' Nobody sees everything, but Criticwire is here to point out films that might get lost otherwise. Sleeper of the Week takes a film that a only few critics
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Review Round-Up: 'A Most Wanted Man' As a Showcase for the Late Philip Seymour Hoffman
Indiewire - 7/24/2014
'A Most Wanted Man' Five months later, we're still reeling from the enormous loss of Philip Seymour Hoffman. The late actor had two films debut at Sundance this year just a few weeks before his
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Review: Spy Tale 'A Most Wanted Man' Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams
Indiewire - 7/23/2014
As the line between television and film gets blurrier, it becomes increasingly difficult to distinguish exactly what makes something qualify to be a film at all. Particularly in the age of “ Homeland
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Fantasia Review: ‘Open Windows’ Starring Elijah Wood & Sasha Grey
Indiewire - 7/23/2014
When he burst onto the scene in 2007 with his Spanish debut feature “ Timecrimes, ” everyone saw a potential new big name from a nation with a knack for churning out directors who really know how (and
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Criticwire Classic of the Week: Billy Wilder's 'The Apartment'
Indiewire - 7/23/2014
'The Apartment' Every now and then on the Criticwire Network an older film gets singled out for attention. This is the Criticwire Classic of the Week. "The Apartment" (1960) Dir: Billy Wilder
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Lucy could have been another Limitless, the surprise hit by Neil Burger that tread
Dark Horizons - 7/28/2014
It's almost impossible to sit through Lucy without pondering what could have been. A ham-fisted fusion of high-concept science fiction and lowbrow action from writer-director Luc Besson, it fails in both
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