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2nd May 2018


http://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ians/indian-audience-tired-of-being-talked-down-to-sir-director-rohena-gera-ians-interview-118050200394_1.html


Out of 1,100 submissions, Rohena Gera's debut feature "Sir" is one of the seven films from across the world to make the cut for the Cannes Critics' Week. In telling the love story of a servant and the son of her upper-class employer, the director wants the voice of independent cinema to resonate with the "hungry" Indian audience that she feels is "tired of being talked down to".


http://www.newindianexpress.com/entertainment/english/2018/may/02/indian-audience-tired-of-being-talked-down-to-sir-director-rohena-gera-1809171.html 

     

NEW DELHI: Out of 1,100 submissions, Rohena Gera's debut feature "Sir" is one of the seven films from across the world to make the cut for the Cannes Critics' Week. In telling the love story of a servant and the son of her upper-class employer, the director wants the voice of independent cinema to resonate with the "hungry" Indian audience that she feels is "tired of being talked down to".


http://www.cinemaexpress.com/stories/interviews/2018/may/02/indian-audience-tired-of-being-talked-down-to-says-sir-director-rohena-gera-5798.html


Indian audience are tired of being talked down to, says director of Sir Rohena Gera 

The director's Sir is one of the seven films to make it to the Cannes Critics' Week 

Out of 1,100 submissions, Rohena Gera's debut feature Sir is one of the seven films from across the world to make the cut for the Cannes Critics' Week. In telling the love story of a servant and the son of her upper-class employer, the director wants the voice of independent cinema to resonate with the "hungry" Indian audience that she feels is "tired of being talked down to."


https://dailyworld.in/indian-audience-tired-of-being-talked-down-to-sir-director-rohena-gera/


Indian audience tired of being talked down to: ‘Sir’ director Rohena Gera

New Delhi, May 2 : Out of 1,100 submissions, Rohena Gera’s debut feature “Sir” is one of the seven films from across the world to make the cut for the Cannes Critics’ Week. In telling the love story of a servant and the son of her upper-class employer, the director wants the voice of independent cinema to resonate with the “hungry” Indian audience that she feels is “tired of being talked down to”.


http://in.shafaqna.com/EN/06904634


Indian audience tired of being talked down to: Sir director Rohena Gera (IANS Interview)

Out of 1,100 submissions, Rohena Gera s debut feature Sir is one of the seven films from across the world to make the cut for the Cannes Critics Week. In telling the love story of a servant and the son of her upper-class employer, the director wants the

http://www.nerve.in/news:2535004181408


Indian audience tired of being talked down to: 'Sir' director Rohena Gera

By Radhika Bhirani 

New Delhi, May 2 - Out of 1,100 submissions, Rohena Gera's debut feature Sir is one of the seven films from across the world to make the cut for the Cannes Critics' Week. In telling the love story of a servant and the son of her upper-class employer, the director wants the voice of independent cinema to resonate with the hungry Indian audience that she feels is tired of being talked down to. 


Over the years, Indian representation at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival has been more about brand associations than the country's cinematic offerings. However, Gera doesn't nullify the impact some of the country's independent cinema has had globally in the recent past.


http://www.sify.com/news/indian-audience-tired-of-being-talked-down-to-sir-director-rohena-gera-ians-interview-news-others-sfcmqXegejgfe.html


New Delhi, May 2 (IANS) Out of 1,100 submissions, Rohena Gera's debut feature "Sir" is one of the seven films from across the world to make the cut for the Cannes Critics' Week. In telling the love story of a servant and the son of her upper-class employer, the director wants the voice of independent cinema to resonate with the "hungry" Indian audience that she feels is "tired of being talked down to".


Over the years, Indian representation at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival has been more about brand associations than the country's cinematic offerings. However, Gera doesn't nullify the impact some of the country's independent cinema has had globally in the recent past.


http://www.forevernews.in/indian-audience-tired-of-being-talked-down-to-sir-director-rohena-gera-112667


Indian audience tired of being talked down to: ‘Sir’ director Rohena Gera.

New Delhi: Out of 1,100 submissions, Rohena Gera’s debut feature “Sir” is one of the seven films from across the world to make the cut for the Cannes Critics’ Week. In telling the love story of a servant and the son of her upper-class employer, the director wants the voice of independent cinema to resonate with the “hungry” Indian audience that she feels is “tired of being talked down to”. Over the years, Indian representation at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival has been more about brand associations than the country’s cinematic offerings. However, Gera doesn’t nullify the impact some of the country’s independent cinema has had globally in the recent past.


THE HINDU

Critical appreciation at Cannes and a good theatrical release are paramount but, for her, the biggest reward would be the conversations that may come to build around its theme of class divides. May be then the walls between many Ratnas and Ashwins will begin to come down.

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