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Section 375
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Section 375 is an engaging courtroom drama that deserves a watch.

Rahul Bhat, Shriswara and Sandhya Mridul hold their ground well in their limited roles. Section 375 is an engaging courtroom drama that deserves a watch.(more)

Source: Karan Sanjay Shah, Rediff.com


Myopic, ignorant and a train wreck

The film not only provides validation to all those dismissing sexual harassment cases as having ulterior motives but also does great disservice to women, who have only recently had the courage to risk social stigma and share their stories with the world. With every clap and hoot generated in the aud...(more)

Source: Kennith Rosario, The Hindu


Richa Chadha, Akshaye Khanna play off each other well in this nuanced film

Section 375 does not take a shrill, moralistic stand. It also does not cave to Bollywood-ised courtroom hysteria (don't expect grand chants of 'Milord'), sticking to a highly charged narrative that nimbly looks at both sides of the case and, ultimately, defers to the rule of law.(more)

Source: Udita Jhunjhunwala, Firstpost.com


Courtroom drama that keeps you on the edge

'Section 375' is an audacious effort. It is a relevant film that tackles a complex issue and one that will engage, inform and open up debates.(more)

Source: Sreeparna Sengupta, Times Of India


Akshaye Khanna, Richa Chadha deliver a brave film that raises questions

Section 375 also shows the corrupt side of our judicial system. Despite the lawyer's wife warning him that 'given today's scenario, it's not right to defend a rape accused', and that they have a young daughter, he goes ahead and takes up the case. And in his defense, his 8-year-old watches cartoon n...(more)

Source: Monika Rawal Kukreja, Hindustan Times