WATCH ABOVE: Yuliya Talmazan talks about a documentary aired by BBC this week to the dismay of Indian authorities. (Mar. 5)
Jyoti Singh was returning home from seeing a movie with a friend on Dec. 16, 2012, when a group of men gang-raped her on a Delhi bus.
The brutal attack on the 23-year-old paramedical student and her death almost two weeks later sparked mass protests across India and condemnation from around the world.
Leslee Udwin, the director of India’s Daughter said she made the film “out of gratitude to the Indian people who came out onto the streets in unprecedented vast numbers” in the wake of Singh’s death.
Members of All India Democratic Students Organization (DSO) hold placards and shout slogans condemning the brutal gang-rape of a woman on a moving bus in New Delhi during a protest in Ahmadabad, India, Monday, Dec. 24, 2012.
But Indian lawmakers…
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