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Kiran Rao, Shirsha Guha, Zoya Akhtar – Female directors who won everyone’s heart with their content

In an era overflowing with content, the ability for stories to truly stand out has become paramount. But what is also a sign of evolution is that many amazing women directors are winning hearts with the projects they bring to Hindi cinema. Be it a Lapataa Ladies or a Do Aur Do Pyaar, women filmmakers are winning hearts with their content.

Here are five visionary directors leading this charge:


Meghna Gulzar – “Raazi” and “Sam Bahadur”:

Meghna Gulzar has carved a niche for herself as a purveyor of empowering narratives on celluloid. With masterpieces like “Raazi” and the eagerly anticipated “Sam Bahadur,” she has solidified her position as a formidable force in the industry. Both films are available for viewing on popular OTT platforms.


Shirsha Guha Thakurta – “Do Aur Do Pyaar”:
Shirsha Guha’s “Do Aur Do Pyaar” offers a compelling exploration of the complexities inherent in relationships, presented with a refreshing objectivity. Currently gracing theaters, this Applause Entertainment production delves into the nuances of modern-day relationships and their inherent challenges. Watch it in Theatres near you.


Kiran Rao – “Lapataa Ladies”:
Kiran Rao’s “Lapataa Ladies” stands as a testament to the notion that storytelling transcends glamour. With this film, Rao has showcased her prowess in crafting narratives that resonate deeply with audiences. Recently released on Netflix, it continues to captivate viewers with its unassuming charm.


Gauri Shinde – “Dear Zindagi”:
Gauri Shinde’s distinctive slice-of-life filmmaking style has garnered widespread acclaim, with “Dear Zindagi” serving as a prime example. This poignant portrayal of life’s intricacies is available for streaming on various OTT platforms, offering viewers an opportunity to delve into its profound narrative.


Zoya Akhtar – “Gully Boy” & “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobaara”:
Zoya Akhtar, a trailblazing figure in Indian cinema, has perfected the art of storytelling with blockbusters like “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobaara” and “Gully Boy.” These films have resonated deeply with audiences, showcasing Akhtar’s unparalleled ability to strike a chord with viewers. “Gully Boy” is currently available for streaming on Amazon Prime.

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