Angry Indian Goddesses

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"Angels. Lovers. Victims. Killers. Buddies... Women."
  • 2015
  • 1 hr 55 min
  • 6.9  (2,950)

Angry Indian Goddesses is a 2015 Indian drama film directed by Pan Nalin. The movie follows a group of six female friends who reunite for a bachelorette party in Goa. The friends include Frieda (Sarah-Jane Dias), a successful photographer; Suranjana (Sandhya Mridul), a corporate professional who is also a closeted lesbian; Nargis (Tannishtha Chatterjee), a dancer who is trying to make a name for herself in Bollywood; Joanna (Amrit Maghera), a singer-songwriter who is half Indian and half British; Madhurita (Anushka Manchanda), a bold and rebellious tattoo artist; and Pammy (Pavleen Gujral), a homemaker who is dealing with marital problems.

As the friends gather in Goa, they enjoy each other's company and reminisce about old times. However, their celebration takes a dark turn when one of the friends is raped, leading to a chain of events that forces the women to confront the patriarchy and sexism that surrounds them.

Throughout the film, the female characters are portrayed as complex and relatable individuals with their own struggles and triumphs. The movie also touches on issues such as body shaming, gender discrimination, and homophobia, highlighting the need for women to support each other in their fight against these issues.

Angry Indian Goddesses also boasts a strong soundtrack that further enhances the film's emotional depth. The songs, composed by various artists, range from upbeat and catchy to hauntingly beautiful and are seamlessly integrated into the narrative.

The movie's direction and cinematography are also noteworthy, with stunning shots of the beaches of Goa and the beautiful architecture of the region. The film's use of natural lighting and colors also adds to its visual appeal, creating a sense of warmth and intimacy that draws the viewer in.

Overall, Angry Indian Goddesses is a powerful and thought-provoking film that tackles important issues related to gender and sexuality in a nuanced and sensitive manner. The film's strong performances, engaging storyline, and stunning visuals make it a must-watch for anyone interested in socially conscious cinema.

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    1 hr 55 min
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  • IMDB Rating
    6.9  (2,950)