‘Brand India’ got another smudge when the film Lipstick under my Burkha was banned because it was too ‘lady orientated’ -whatever that means. I find it hard to believe that the land that many people associate with spirituality has such an appalling attitude towards women. Ironically Alankrita Shivastava is drawing attention to that very fact in her film.
Published by Jessica J.J. Lutz
Working for two decades as a correspondent in Turkey and its neighbors Jessica witnessed much cruelty and injury. This took its toll. In the end she had to invest time in healing the collateral damage from her life. She has gone through a number of methods and therapists and decided along the way to be her own healer. It has worked so well, that she now wants to help others too with her own Inside Out Therapy. View all posts by Jessica J.J. Lutz