Sex trade in India is big business, that we knew. But it is the first time it has been captured on film, and believe me when I say it there are no Tabu or Ashwariya type beauties in this documentary by an investigative journalist turned documentry maker Andrew Levine.
HeÄôs presented the disturbing picture of the Indian sex trade to a global audience. Andrew Levine, whose film The Day My God Died was recently screened at the Amnesty International Film Festival, tells Lisa Tsering that he made this film because he loves India. [ India West via Times of India ]