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Angry Indian Goddesses (2015)

A photographer invites her closest friends to vacation at her family's home in Goa in celebration of her upcoming marriage.

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Frieda Da Silva
Rajshri Deshpande ...
Lakshmi
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'Su' Suranjana
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'Jo' Joanna
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'Pammy' Pamela Jaswal
Anushka Manchanda ...
'Mad' Madhurita
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Nargis Nasreen
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India's FIRST female buddy movie! A power packed comic drama about Indian women finding their hearts and loosing their heads! A wild bunch of girls from all over India descent upon Goa! Their closest friend FREIDA has invited them to her family home for a surprise announcement : she's getting married! Thus begins an impromptu bachelorette. A riotous roller coaster of girl bonding: friendships, breakups, make ups, screw ups, passion, devastation, hesitation, terrorization, realization, boom- explosions! Among the fun and frenzy, heart breaks and heart aches, passion and obsession, youth and innocence, emotions run high and dry and hidden secrets surface. The girls go on living life like there is no tomorrow, oblivious of the impending doom upon them...

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4 December 2015 (India)  »

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7 Göttinnen  »

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About 500 girls applied, about 200 girls were auditioned and finally Seven of them were cast in and as ANGRY INDIAN GODDESSES. See more »

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In the climax of the film, the scene is of a church. Policemen enter and duly remove their caps, as per practice. However, one policeman, who stands at the church entrance, has his cap on. See more »

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Shattering Dreams
Music by Cyril Morin
Copyright © Some Players
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A must watch for every Indian male...
9 December 2015 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Angry Indian goddesses may be good movie for world cinema but is an important movie for Indian cinema. Though there have been movies showing difficulties faced by females in Indian society none has been so comprehensive.

Almost every other dialogue quips the hypocrisy of Indian mindset. They have been allowed to fly,but, that like a kite with everybody actively controlling their limits. With such different characters, common thread joining them all is anguish against the society venerating and denigrating females at the same time.

Nalin has given another brilliant piece of cinema with strong female characters like the ones we worship. Cinematography is enchanting using the right balance of light and dark.

Only God knows what censor board has been trying to censor when everything is so true...


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