STUDY OF EMERGING PERSPECTIVE OF WOMAN EMPOWERMENT IN ASIAN FILMS

Neha Rauniyar, Mr. Sourabh Meshram

Abstract


In the simplest words it is basically the creation of an environment where women can make independent decisions on their personal development as well as shine as equals in society. Women want to be treated as equals so much so that if a woman rises to the top of her field it should be a common place occurrence that draws nothing more than a raised eyebrow at the gender. This can only happen if there is a channelized route for the empowerment of women. In the present era of globalization, the Asia is also developing and making movies on areas of greater priority. Women Empowerment in this era of Asian films is being showcased in many of the films. Nowadays, Directors and writers are trying to create stories which the viewers can relate to. This study is based on Asian films which showcases women empowerment and a question of what actually women empowerment is and how it is misinterpreted by the people. How are movies making us aware with the bitter truths of the society? The study demonstrates that majority of the people like to watch this type of Asian films. Moreover, the research reveals that these kinds of women-oriented cinemas are helping the viewers to know more about Women Empowerment.

Keywords: Asian Films, Women empowerment, Equality, Societal impact.


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