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Living Shakespeare: Kalki Koechlin on India's women and Ophelia

Updated Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Ophelia's situation in Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' bears a lot of parallels with Indian women and their place in society. Bollywood actor, Kalki Koechlin, explores her tragic story. 

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This video was taken from Living Shakespeare, an OU co-production with the BBC and the British Council.


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