The World Before Her is a tale of two Indias: In one, a small-town girl competes in the Miss India pageant. In the other, a militant woman leads a fundamentalist Hindu camp for girls.
Filmmaker Nisha Pahuja talks about her film that explores two extreme and contrasting paths for women in India.
An Indian feminist describes the situation portrayed in The World Before Her.
Prachi describes why she prefers to think of herself as handsome, as opposed to pretty.
The girls at the Durga Vahini camp are given daggers at the end of the session.
The Miss India contestants have their bodies examined before a month before the pageant.
The opening to The World Before Her introduces the worlds of Ruhi and Prachi.