We invite you to a special preview screening of Jayan Cherian's upcoming film Ka Bodyscapes.
This culture wants boys to dream only of cricket, trains and guns. This culture has no room for girls to imagine beyond the gendered stereotypes.
Malhar is a conflicted man, caught in the tangle of his love for Kaveri, the woman to be his wife, and Niko, his on and off boyfriend.
A vivid palette, expressive forms, stark contrasts; we love that Kokila's work holds a mirror to our own spaces of desire and acceptance.
Good, bad or grey, it seems to have struck a chord with viewers globally.
With me, he liked to have conversations in the morning over coffee.
For me, Delhi meant boys. It’s not about domestic exclusivity, the drawing of boundaries- it’s a love that is found in the streets, in dark corners late at night.
What is online harassment or cyber bullying?
Social Media shaming without using any names
Abusive & violent threats
Disclosing personal information online
All of the above
I was forcing myself to write something profound on turning 28.
Mark your calendars - April 7th at Prithvi, Juhu - for an unforgettable cultural experience : film screening, theater performance and discussion.
Now some may tell me to take a chill pill for he is JUST picking on a popular stereotype, but you see I have plenty of reasons to be upset here...
Bullying - Have you ever been called the following:
Lesbian (in a derogatory way)
Gay (in a derogatory way)
"Ka Bodyscapes (2016) - a new feature film written and directed by Jayan Cherian, set in Kerala, India
Have you partaken in bullying during childhood? A. Yes B. No
On the evening of the rehearsals, we were told Urmi was having second thoughts about performing.
He realized he was a trans-male when watching a TV programme on transgenders and has moved to Mumbai to complete his transition.
I like the idea that the film is not positioned as a "gay" film. Clever move, I say!
I like to believe that time will heal everything.
Black is apparently me after too much sun. My aunty in Bangalore asked, “Who’s going to marry you if you’re so black?”
Coming Out follows the inspiring stories of members of the LGBTQ community in India who have finally decided that they don't want to hide who they really are, or who they love.