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January 14, 2004

You thought heroines are used only as decorative dolls in films.

You would be right, sometimes. But once in a while comes a movie which revolves entirely around the woman.

Take Kajol's Dushman, Raveena Tandon's Daman and Satta or Tabu's Chandni Bar. But Bollywood is evolving. Now, we have women helming thrillers (Sushmita Sen in Samay: When Time Strikes) and comedies (Manisha Koirala and Sen in Paisa Vasool).

After a sensitive performance in Pinjar, Urmila Matondkar is expected to better her act in Ek Hasina Thi, which releases this week.

Just the right occasion to ask you, dear readers, would you watch a female-oriented film? If you do, which are your favourites? Tell us, we would love to hear from you!


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Number of User Comments: 15




Sub: Women on top

I don't know why Madhuri was excluded from the list. In my opinion she did 2 wonderful movies with the same theme. First was Mrityudand, ...


Posted by ria





Sub: MADHURI RULES!

How come Madhuri for MRityudand, Lajja, and PRem Granth is missing? She is the BEST ACTRESS EVER!!!!!!! Among those mentioned Sush tops my list - ...


Posted by Krithika





Sub: Female-oriented roles

I think it is a wonderful idea to have women oriented roles. Its sometimes good to watch something other than those typical love stories!!! Besides ...


Posted by Neha





Sub: Manisha rocks!

I think among the actresses of 2day, Manisha takes the cake for being the most versatile actress with atalent to match...the other chicks are coming ...


Posted by aby





Sub: women on top

I feel we have forgotten the latest one chameli film in which kareena kapoor is dominating the full film.


Posted by mathukhanna




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