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Race & Equality • 1h 22m
A courageous young woman tries to free herself from tradition in Delhi.
In the sprawling, noisy madness of Delhi, Devki battles to achieve her dream - to become a taxi driver. The odds are stacked against her; the dangers, her sex and the deeply rooted traditions of Indian society. In this crafted and riveting doc we witness Devki's battle to accomplish her dreams. Within a city shaken by the bus rape of 2012, Devki strives to have the best that life can offer her. Her journey is anything but smooth.
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