Top 5 Female Indian Writers who are ruling the B- Town like a boss
Indian cinema has largely influenced the Indian society by the genre of films it has produced so far. Indian cinema has evolved in the past few years. People love watching fresh content and something different from the regular Bollywood plot. Now, there is no more a poor guy and rich girl story. Films like Pink, Queen, Highway and many more have changed the scenario of Hindi cinema. In this journey, the writers have played a vital role in giving content which makes it so real and relatable. Here is a list of top female Indian writers who are ruling the industry like a boss.
Along with being an amazing actor when she entered into direction and writing with the film Firaaq, she proved herself in a true sense. The story which dealt with a very serious issue of 2002 Gujarat violence was a very powerful movie on her part. Recently, released film ‘Manto’ starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui is another well scripted biographical drama by her that has observed a positive response at the Cannes Film Festival.
The writer of the two movies, Dear Zindagi and English Vinglish, Gauri Shinde presented a very distinct vision and an honest story which everybody can relate to. She also manages to bring to the forefront the mainstream Bollywood actors for this unique genre. Despite exemplary performances from the actors of both the films, the stories remain the true king.
Her first film ‘Turning 30’ may not have hit the box office numbers but she finally hit the ball out of the park with her next film, ‘Lipstick under My Burkha’ which reflects her real potential and embrace her as a wonderful writer. In the film, she managed to weave together the diverse stories, centered on the common subject of restricted self-expression based on Gender.
4. Konkana Sen Sharma
She first amused the audience with her brilliant acting in front of the camera, but she later came out with a stronger impact with her directional and writing debut, A Death In The Gunj. The sensitive drama left the audience shocked and impressed simultaneously with the angst-ridden story of the lead character.
The debut film of Juhi Chaturvedi, Vicky Donor, itself bagged numerous awards for best popular film, for its well-scripted story regarding breaking the stereotype around donating sperms. This doesn’t stopped here as she again created the same magic in her next come back with Piku, showing a very beautiful relationship of a father and a daughter, proving that the Vicky donor’s success was not the beginners luck.
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