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O Womaniya! 2022: Quantifying gender disparity in Indian entertainment

O Womaniya! 2022: Quantifying gender disparity in Indian entertainment

O Womaniya! 2022: Quantifying gender disparity in Indian entertainment

The second edition of the O Womaniya! report by Ormax Media & Film Companion, and supported by Prime Video India, reveals glaring statistics on gender disparity in the Indian entertainment industry
Published on August 09, 2022   •   2 mins read
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Summary
  • The report analyses 150 theatrical and streaming properties released in 2021, on various on-screen and off-screen aspects related to representation of women
  • Female representation is low across parameters, especially for theatrical content. Streaming performs better, but only in relative terms
  • The report also looks at the representation of women in the top 25 Indian media & entertainment companies
  • You can read the full report using the link in this article

The second edition of the O Womaniya! report, which looks at gender representation in Indian entertainment, is now out. The report, created by Ormax Media & Film Companion, and supported by Prime Video India, as well as several other entertainment brands and industry bodies, is our effort to start a conversation towards bringing parity in female representation in the Indian film & OTT industries, both on and off-screen.

Visit the O Womaniya! 2022 website to read the full report.

Watch the O Womaniya! 2022 Roundtable below:

 

Industry Reports Indian Cinema OTT Women
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