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2017 was not the perfect year for feminism in Tamil cinema, but it was a great beginning

An uninterrupted monologue is most often the privilege of the male protagonist in Tamil cinema. A rebellious outburst against an oppressor delivered on a trigger, it generally marks the moment when the hero is about to launch his revolution. Imagine Sivaji Ganesan’s court speech in Parasakthi (1952) or Rajinikanth reacting to Meena’sContinue reading2017 was not the perfect year for feminism in Tamil cinema, but it was a great beginning