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Declining Child Sex Ratio: Popular Media like Films Need to Contribute

Few filmmakers from Indian Film Industry came forward to tackle the sensitive issue of female infanticide on big screen. The film “Matrubhumi: A Nation without Women” (2005), produced by Boney Kapoor and directed by Manish Jha is most widely appreciated Indian film on this issue. “Matrubhumi: A Nation without Women”, explores the hypothetical consequences of widespread female infanticide. The film is a horrifying tale of gender discrimination and violence against women in India. Another film “Tamanna” (1997), directed by Mahesh Bhatt, a story of female infanticide and revenge of abandoned girl is enacted against on one of the most unusual backdrops in the Indian cinema.  

Citation: Pandve HT (2015) Declining Child Sex Ratio in India: Popular Media like Films Need to Contribute. J Community Med Health Educ 5:e124.

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