The IIS deemed to be University, Jaipur



Post-feminism happened in the '80s, and it is a favorably discussed issue because the word “post” could be directed as “dead” or “after” feminism. Its objectives are various from second-wave and third-wave feminism. One of the major post-feminism objectives is that women could be equally empowered as men. For realizing this aim, women must be financially steady for running their families by themselves. In the start, the post-feminist creation concentrated very much on media. In the current strategy, there are considerable kinds of media obtainable. For this study aim, the investigators have selected one of the visual media, film, especially Tamil films. In this study, they try to investigate how women's empowerment via greenhouse plan is illustrated in the post-feminist Tamil film 36 Vayadhinile.


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