Vikram Zutshi

Vikram Zutshi is a cultural critic, author and filmmaker who divides his time between the US, Latin America and Asia. For a decade, Vikram worked in indie film and network television, as a consultant to tech start-ups, as a real estate developer, and in media sales and acquisitions. Then, he produced feature films before transitioning into directing. His documentary, Max Kennedy and the American Dream, premiered at international film festivals to rave reviews, and is currently streaming on Apple TV and Amazon Prime. Vikram writes for several American and Asian publications and is launching his first nonfiction book, Contemporary Encounters with God: Conversations with Sages, Scholars and Mystics.
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Shining the Light on the Great Indian Honey Trap

In this edition of The Interview, documentary filmmaker, Deepika Narayan Bhardwaj talks about some women using the laws designed to protect them from sexual abuse to harass and blackmail men. She calls for reforms that protect men against such misuse. Continue Reading

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It Is Taboo to Talk About #MeToo in Kashmir

Islamic radicalization, insurgency and patriarchy have allowed powerful Kashmiri men to label women who spoke out during the #MeToo movement as pro-India collaborators. None of these men has been brought to justice or investigated. Continue Reading

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