Director Madhur Bhandarkar, known for making women-centric films, feels a number of issues still need to be told through such movies.
Madhur, who started the trend of films women protagonists through 'Chandni Bar', 'Page 3', 'Fashion', 'Corporate', 'Heroine', also expressed happiness over the trend of making women-centric movies gathering a momentum in Bollywood and that the top actress getting their due.
"I am happy (that) a lot of other people are making women-centric films. I feel that in our country there are a lot of issues that need to be told through our point of view of women. It is a great moment for all of us. There are audience who are watching for this kind of cinema," Madhur told PTI.
Though actresses have proved themselves by delivering hit films but in terms of pay scale there is still a disparity between them and their male counterparts.
"It is male dominant industry, be it Hollywood or Bollywood, it happens everywhere," Madhur said.