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Vikram Johri: A missed chance

In pre-liberalisation India, the film industry - both the art circuit and Bollywood - routinely portrayed industrialists as villainous and all-powerful agents stacked against the common man

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The recently released Ki & Ka has received mixed reviews for its ability to speak to a more equal gender dynamics inside the household by showcasing a couple where the man looks after the home while the woman goes out and earns. What has gone uncommented is the film's specious tendency to situate its cool egalitarianism in opposing approaches to corporate life.

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First Published: Fri, May 06 2016. 21:08 IST

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