Thursday, March 02, 2006

Sacred Evil, By An 'Official Witch'

A horror movie sans ghosts and witches! Sounds uncommon, but 'Sacred Evil' by Ipsita Ray Chakraverti is all set for release across the country with a message.

Based on a story from the book "Sacred Evil- Encounters with the Unknown," by Ipsita herself, the film will focus on the art of witchcraft and seek to sensitise society to the plight of women in small towns and villages who are wrongly harassed.

Ipsita, who claims to be India's "first official witch", hopes the film will bring the issue out into the public domain and dispel myths about the "much abused" witchcraft or 'dakini vaidya' as it is known in India. Full Story

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