Meera Darji and her film Transindia have been receiving a range of support from different people and organisations from different parts of the world. Below are the articles and direct links that you can read.

SheFest 2020 invites Meera Darji to screen Transindia and join a panel discussion for Film Unit x SheFest: Short Film Festival 2020. She has been featured in their SheFest 2020 brochure. Read here

Manorama Online releases article on the recent Kinaara Student Film Festival (KSSF) 2019 where Transindia was screened. The chosen films dealt with the themes of Territory, Gender, and Sexuality. Read here

Never Apart’s blogger Mariette Raina writes about Transindia and Hijras in her latest articleIn Spirit: Hijras, divine hermaphrodites’ Read here

Mumbai Times includes Transindia in theri latest article – Mumbai to host LGBTQ film festival Read here

The Daily Eye Embrace new media to fight stereotypes in Films and Television Read here

DNA KASHISH Chalchitra Utsav – An LGBTQIA Regional Film Fest Read here

Best Kept Montreal picks Transindia as their ‘Fave Picks’ for the South Asian Film Festival Montreal. Read here

Pandolin headlines Kashish takes Indian LGBTQ Films across the globe. Read here

Hindustan Times features Transindia in their latest article ‘Celebrate the LGBTQ Pride month this weekend’ at the Pride Month Festival. Read here

Indian Culture Lab features Transindia in their screening schedule for the Mumbai Pride – Best of Kashish & Gaysi Zine Launch as part of the Pride Month celebrations. Read here

Televisual news recently posted an article headlining ‘Record number of female directors make Grierson shortlist’ featuring Transindia. Read here

Grierson Awards 2016 press release including Transindia shortlist for the Sky Atlantic Best Student Documentary category. Read here

Kashish 2015 Press Release. Read Here

Asian Film Festivals listed Transindia as one of the top 15 films you cannot miss at the KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival. Read Here

Coventry University recently posted about my Kashish Award win. Read Here

La Culbute a french blog explores the theme of Transgenders in it’s latest issue of Transgressions. They kindly featured Transindia in their film list and wrote a short piece on my Documentary. Read Here

Pukaar Magazine featured an article of Transindia’s director, Meera Darji regarding her recent win of the RTS Award. Read Here

Leicester Mercury feature Transindia’s director, Meera Darji in their newspaper. The article can be read online. Read Here

Royal Television Society announces the winners of the RTS Midlands Centre Awards 2015 on their website. Transindia wins RTS Award for Best Factual in the student category. Read here

BBC Coventry & Warwickshire interview Transindia’s director, Meera Darji. Interview available on BBC iplayer (2 hours 13 minutes). Read here

BBC Radio Leicester catch up with Transindia’s director, Meera Darji live at the RTS Awards ceremony 2015. The interview is now available on BBC iPlayer at around 1 hour and 52 minutes. Read here

Coventry University’s Media production department recently wrote an article about Transindia’s RTS Award. Read here

Planet Transgender writes the first-look review of Transindia whilst including a few lines from Palak masi. Read Here

Buzzfeed, one of the biggest social websites talks about Transindia’s release. Read here

LetterBoxd is a movie database, in which Melanie Greenberg writes a guest review for Transindia. Read here

Uncovered, Coventry University’s very own blog inerviews Meera Darji and her experiences on the making of Transindia. Read here

Planet Transgender is a helpful organisation which strives to remove language barriers bringing global transgender communities together. In doing so they help in uniting voices making undeniable those who were once invisible (Planet Transgender 2007). Writer, Kelly Busey recently published an article spreading news regarding my campaign, including the history of Hijras. Read Here

Glaad, one of the biggest LGBT platforms with over 246K followers featured Transindia’s Indiegogo campaign in their weekly ‘wrap up’(Anderson 2014). Featuring top five news headlines, Glaad wrote about The Voice, the recent Glee episode, a new Queer series, music albums and finally TRANSINDIA. Read Here

Crowded-out Blog approached me on Twitter showing interest to Transindia’s indiegogo campaign, where they freely offered to write an article spreading the word. Their article, titled ‘5 FILM PROJECTS THAT WILL CHANGE HOW YOU SEE THE WORLD‘ featured Transindia as their first film. Read Here

JustmeMike’s Blog which feature several Film and TV reviews, recently wrote a piece on Transindia sharing the film’s motive and links to my campaign. Read Here

Cynthia Rodríguez, Writer, translator and web developer, who I met through my pitch presentation at 7/5 Productions, showed interest in Transindia. As well as contributing, she beautifully wrote a piece on the history of Hijras followed by my campaign and aims for Transindia. Read Here

Brighton Youth Film Festival, the first film festival in which I won my first award in for my very first Documentary back in 2013, recently wrote an article with a brief history of the Hijras together with my goals as a filmmaker for Transindia. Read Here

Kathy Gibson, American Bollywood critic and entertainment writer on Access Bollywood, wrote a short piece on Transindia and it’s current campaign. Read Here

 Claire-Renee Kohner, a Writer, Journalist and Activist, recently interviewed me regarding my project Transindia on the platform Planet Transgender. The article explores the Hijra culture and history, and my aims as a Filmmaker. Read Here

Jack Molay, a Writer and Blogger whom writes notes on crossdreaming and transgender issues, recently wrote a short blog piece regarding Transindia and its current campaign. Read Here

The is a nonprofit LGBT media organisation,telling the stories of LGBT Minnesota, one voice at a time. Writer, Claire-Renee Kohner recently wrote an article on Transindia the Documentary, covering snippets of interviews of me and a brief history of the Hijras. Read here

Matthews Place is an online community and resource site for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning youth ages 13 to 24.  Christine Romero recently did a Q&A with myself regarding the lives of Hijras and Transindia. Read here

Fembot Mag is a social justice site dedicated to writing about issues that matter to millennials. Earlier before production, I had an interview with Writer, Varsha Pandey whom asked me questions on the context of Transindia and what  I aim to capture in here. Read here