It’s a story of women during the times when sati pratha, female infanticide, and repression of women were common practices. While our heroes are intelligent and profound in many ways, it’s the women from both the Hindu and the Muslim community, who join hands to fight the prevailing evil against the patriarchal society and the superstition devised against women. It’s an ode to women of the era when the idea of feminism didn’t even exist remotely in India. The story of Antarjwala attempts to define women, not by their social or religious backgrounds, but by the sheer fact that they are women trying to find their place in a man’s world.
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