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The World Before Her Review ( Documentary)

The World Before Her Rating: 3.67/5 

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Ratings:-- Review By: Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN
There are millions of Indias within our country and Nisha Pahuja's documentary 'The World Before Her' captivates us with this detail. Training her camera on a beauty factory, where contestants go in to be polished so one can become the next Miss India, and then on a Durga Vahini camp where girls are coached by Hindu extremists, Pahuja shows us a disturbing portrait of the modern Indian woman. 'The World Before Her' is a powerful documentary and I strongly recommend that you see it - this is the kind of cinema that will leave you shaken and stirred.
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Ratings:-- Review By: Anupama Chopra Site:Star World 
With absolute clarity but with a non-judgmental eye, Pahuja presents India’s cultural wars and explores what it means to be an Indian woman. This film is frightening but it is also deeply moving and significant. I urge you to time for it.
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Ratings:4/5 Review By: Paloma Sharma Site: Rediff
What makes Nisha Pahuja's multi-award winning documentary stand out is that it has the courage to ask what nobody else does: who is the Modern Indian Woman? The World Before Her is a poignant, disturbing watch. It makes you wonder which will be the new India -- Ruhi's glamorous “modern” world, or Prachi's traditional, religious State. And will either of these really be so different from each other?
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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Shubhra Gupta Site: Indian Express
The tight focus on these two worlds leaves out the other Indias that may not be confined to the single-minded rigour of either camp, beauty or Durga Vahini. There are not just two Indias, as a doyenne in the beauty business and at one time such a popular TV face, declares. There are many more. What choices do the girls who live in those other Indias have? Do they have any at all?
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Ratings:4/5 Review By: Juhi Matta Site: Bookmyshow
The docu-drama tackles a variety of untapped topics in just 90 minutes. In fact, it manages to do this without there ever being a dull moment. The World Before Her follows two fascinating women, who attempt to bring about a change in their own way. It is recommended for anyone looking for an entertaining film that also gets the viewers thinking.
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    India within India! India Vs India!! [3.5/5]

    Not sure of world outside our country but India is a difficult place to live for women. It has always been. Dreaming of a better & brighter future with its own share of freedom and individuality, apart from just being a good housewife and a responsible mother to as many kids is sure too much to ask for. So when a devoted member of Durga Vahini- the women wing of a Hindu fundamentalist group, Prachi Trivedi thanks her uncompromising, dominating and often abusive father for letting her be alive in this world, it definitely breaks your heart in pieces.

    But that’s very minuscule; the bigger picture is way ahead. Grass always looks greener on the other side but things are not easier for Ruhi Singh also who belongs to a much supportive middle-class but modern family of Jaipur and is now a potential contestant at Miss India pageant. With these two different individual identities and their vastly distinguished worlds, Nisha Pahuja presents THE WORLD BEFORE HER- an absolutely amazing, powerful and emotive documentary that also entertains at large. Do not miss it. [3.5/5]

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