Free Press Journal
  • Onir, Apurva Asrani, Supreme Court, Article 377, LGBTQ community, Supreme Court decision on Article 377

    Onir, Apurva Asrani speak on the Supreme Court’s decision to reconsider Article 377

    Onir: “It’s heartening that finally after four years the Chief Justice Deepak Mishra recognised the inherent flaw where the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution to every citizen irrespective of gender or sexuality is denied to the LGBTQ community. The honourable court last year had recognised the personal law and recognises that the right to love between two consenting adults is a fundamental human rights. Denying this

  • Most filmmakers including myself have chosen to remain in the closet – Apurva Asrani

    Apurva Asrani one of Bollywood most accomplished film editors responsible for giving that compelling look to some of the most important films of contemporary times including Ram Gopal Varma’s Satya and Hansal Mehta’s Shahid, has now written the script for Hansal Mehta’s highly lauded Aligarh about a real-life professor who was humiliated and sacked for being a homosexual. In this interview Apurva while coming out on his sexuality explains what it means