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Having been forced to consume inferior and unpalatable grain for centuries, some downtrodden and marginalized women in Central India have, over generations, evolved a unique bread recipe. The bread is called Randani Roti. The robust flavor of this bread has won high acclaims. They now bake this bread through a women-led business that contributes to their economic prosperity.
However, wealthy local merchants are trying to gain a foothold into their business. But the women are steadily and successfully resisting them. How long can they keep up the fight?
|Genre||Women / Economy / Tradition|
|Air Date (JST)||Mon., Dec. 10, 2018 *rerun
Mon., Jan. 1, 2018 *rerun
Mon., Sep. 25, 2017
Insia Dariwala graduated from the State University of New York (USA) in with a degree in Advertising and Mass Communications. Starting her career as an Assistant Director on independent films and television projects, Insia turned Writer and Director for several TVCs and short films. She is the co-director of the documentary "17 Not Required Indians", a film on the plight of migrant laborers in UAE, which has won several international awards, including the MIPDoc award (Cannes) and the IDPA Award (Amsterdam). Her previous film, "Cock-Tale" is now travelling the international festival circuit.
2010, 17 Not Required Indians (as co-director)
2009, The Candy Man