CHANGE THE WORLD, ONE STORY AT A TIME…
“explicitly and determinedly turning the spotlight on the burning issue of rape in the country and the brutal mentality that drives it.”
–The National Film Award jury
First time a Documentary has a prime time simulcast release on Viacom 18 across
10 CHANNELS IN 7 LANGUAGES
Including English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bangla, Oriya and Kannada
TAKING THE MOVEMENT TO THE NEXT LEVEL
DAUGHTERS OF MOTHER INDIA
Ms. Mlambo-Ngcuka stressed on the importance of the role men and boys can play to end gender violence and inequality.
“No country in the world can achieve gender equality without a strong women’s movement, and it is crucial to support and strengthen it.”
– Under Secretary General of the United Nations
Madam Phumzile Mlambo-Nguka
From left Dr. Rebecca Tavares UN Women’s representative for India, Bhutan, Maldives & Sri Lanka, National Award winning Director & Producer Vibha Bakshi & UN Under-Secretary General Madame Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka
TOO HOT NOT TO HANDLE
HBO’s highly acclaimed film on Global Warming. Executive Produced by Laurie David, Co-Directed by Oscar winner Maryann DeLeo and Co-Produced by Vibha Bakshi.
Commissioner of Police Mumbai, Mr. Rakesh Maria together with ‘Daughters of Mother India’ film team create a PSA campaign for Police-Public partnership to build trust between the Police and Public so more women come forward to report a sexual crime.
The campaign was released by the Chief Minister of Maharashtra in Mumbai
for 22 million Mumbai residents.
Koel Made It!
Tata Group goes on air across 20 channels in English and 9 regional languages all over India.
The film reflects the deep anguish of people in Eastern India, reeling against the highest incidence of specific cancers.
It is this sense of urgency that motivated the Tata Group to build the Tata Medical Center, Kolkata.
The Tata Medical Center, a Rs. 350 crore not-for-profit world class cancer hospital, is the Group”s gift to Eastern India.
Join us in the battle to save lives.