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#MeToo campaign is a fad, aimed at attracting publicity and getting mileage and will recede with time, Vinod Ganatra, who heads the seven-member non-feature film jury at the 49th International Film Festival of India
Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the ongoing festival, Ganatra said the #MeToo campaign got attention because of people who are keen on fanning the phenomenon.
“It is a fad which has come with time. It is a chance to get publicity and mileage. It will not last. What is authentic will last. What is not authentic will disappear. There are people who encourage it,” Ganatra said.
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Nazia Hafeez, Sara Sozzani Maino, Francesca Airoldi, Serena Castrignano, Shirin Aminian, Smita Jain
Scouting for India is the first edition of the latest Vogue Talents, the Vogue Italia platform, initiative in partnership with FAD Institute of Luxury Fashion & Style that was aimed at giving Indian Fashion a sustained global visibility on the global stage.
For the first time, a new generation of Indian designers comprising of Dhruv Kapoor, Ruchika Sachdeva (Bodice), Sidharth Sinha (NS GAIA) Nitin Kartikeya (Kartikeya India), Urvashi Kaur, Nimish Shah (Shift) Archana Rao, Bav Tailor, Shyma Shetty & Pranav Mishra (Huemn), Saaksha & Kinni and a special initiative by Hothur Foundation unveiling a collective designed by acid attack survivors was unveiled over a two day exhibit at the Palladium Mumbai as the official host to the event. Read more