Born and brought up in Haryana districts notorious for crimes against women, Deepika Narayan Bharadwaj, 31, chose to lend support to harassed men instead.
In India, where crimes against women are rampant, a female activist and documentary filmmaker stands out for being a rare voice for abused men.
“Are men not vulnerable? Do they not face discrimination? Can they not be victims?” – Deepika Narayan Bhardwaj to BBC.
Martyrs of Marriage, a documentary film based on the exploitation of 498A was premiered on 22nd October in Delhi's Iskcon auditorium, Iskcon temple. The film entirely based on true ...
Filmmaker and activist Deepika Bhardwaj finds out that the law against dowry can be misused against men.
Martyrs of Marriage, a documentary film on the misuse of the law on dowry, IPC 498A, directed by Deepika Narayan Bharadwaj, will be screened in the city on Saturday.
Marriage in India were once considered as a sacred institution. Today, it can't be deemed as sacred any more.
This is the photoshoot for the Martyrs of Marriage documentary launched by Deepika Bhardwaj.
Indian men live in legal fear. Disgruntled wives are using a protective law in reverse to extort money from their in-laws and land their husbands in jail.
If you are neutral on situations of Injustice, You have chosen side of the Oppressor - Desmond
In today's world, where pseudo-feminism seem to have taken over the thought of feminism, very few women still choose to stand for equality.
While India debates the misuse of dowry laws, a female filmmaker has decided to stand up and has become the voice of the men who have somehow found themselves entangled in the law wrongly.
A Film on how Dowry Laws are being misused in India to settle personal scores and how millions of Men and their families are falling prey to this draconian law.
Laws that were made to protect women from violence and abuse have become a deadly weapon in the wrong hands. This becomes clear from the cases described below,