Lipstick Under My Burkha is all set to hit the screens on Friday but a section of Bollywood celebs attended a preview show of the Alankrita Shrivastava who is the director of the film and gave an early review on Twitter. Shraddha Kapoor, Kalki Koechlin and Tisca Chopra approve of the film’s content and described it as ‘funny and necessary’ as opposed to Central Board Of Film Certification’s initial remarks – ‘lady oriented.’
Lipstick Under My Burkha :
- Lipstick Under My Burkha is finally releasing on this Friday
- Produced by Prakash Jha and distributed by Ekta Kapoor.
- It will release on July 21 in India, after a stiff fight with the Censor Board.
- Censor Board has initially refused to certify it for being “lady oriented”.
- Furthermore, the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal intervened.
- They asked CBFC to grant it an ‘A’ certificate along with a few alterations.
Celeb Review: ‘Funny,Dark,Relevant’ :
- Lipstick Under My Burkha is finally releasing on Friday.
- Celebs, who watched the film at a special screening, gave their early reviews.
- Shraddha tweeted: ‘So so so happy to see such an amazing film.’
- In addition, Fearless, relevant, eye opening, liberating. Girl power all the way (sic).”
- In her tweet, Kalki meaningfully censored the word ‘Burkha’
- She also concluded beautiful performances, funny, dark and all too true
Story of 4 women:
- Lipstick Under My Burkha is the story of four women, based in Bhopal,going about their lives.
- Who explore their sexuality while battling a regressive society and mindset.
- Konkona Sen Sharma, Ratna Pathak Shah, Aahana Kumra and Plabita Borthakur are the four protagonists of the film.
- In addition, Sushant Singh and Vikrant Massey are in supporting roles.
‘Lipstick’ draws an unerring picture :
- ‘Lipstick’ draws an unerring picture of how women are bound.
- By convention and tradition, and of their inner lives and other bonds which keep them going.
- It is the upfront, frank manner in which female desire and fantasy is treated.
- Running like a strong, vital thread through the film.
- Furthermore,dreams can keep you alive, and age is just a number.