Culture > In ‘Agra’, a grim portrait of the repressed Indian man

Guru, the protagonist of ‘Agra’, is the creep every woman has encountered – the sort who undresses you with his piercing stare, getting a rise from your discomfort. ‘Agra’ carries forward from ‘Titli’ and ‘Binnu Ka Sapna’ an exploration of sexual violence and patriarchy.

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