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09.03.2015 Meryl Streep leads the star at US premiere of banned documentary about horrific Indian gang rape

Tribute-Meryl Streep, center, spoke at a candlelit vigil before India's Daughter received its U.S. premiere
Tribute-Meryl Streep, center, spoke at a candlelit vigil before India's Daughter received its U.S. premiere
*Streep spoke at premiere of India's Daughter, held in Gramercy, Manhattan
*Joined by Dakota Fanning and Chris Martin at event for India's Daughter
*Documentary, which is banned in India, tells story of Joyti Singh, 23
*Student was brutally raped by six men in 2012, and died of the wounds
*Program includes shocking interview with rapist, who blames Singh
Meryl Streep led a chorus of stars honoring the Indian woman whose brutal rape and subsequent death has inspired a documentary so harrowing it has been banned by the Indian government.
Streep spoke at the New York City premiere of India's Daughter, a BBC program which tells the story of Jyoti Singh, a 23-year-old medical student who was set upon by six rapists as she rode a bus in 2012.
Singh was injured so badly after the repeated, violent rapes that she later died in hospital. Indian ministers secured a court order banning the documentary in India, for fear it could stoke public anger.
Tribute: Meryl Streep, center, spoke at a candlelit vigil before India's Daughter received its U.S. premiere
Tribute: Meryl Streep, center, spoke at a candlelit vigil before India's Daughter received its U.S. premiere
The hour-long film, which has aired in Britain already, sparked uproar for including comments from one of Singh's rapists.
Mukesh Singh told film crews: 'A girl is far more responsible for rape than a boy. Boy and girl are not equal. Housework and housekeeping is for girls, not roaming in discos and bars at night doing wrong things, wearing wrong clothes.
Star-studded: Actress Frieda Pinto was among the celebrities at the premiere Speaking out: Meryl Streep showed her support for the film, which is banned in India
Star-studded: Frieda Pinto, left, and Streep, right, were among those at the New York City premiere of the controversial film, which the Indian government has banned
Turning out: Dakota Fanning was one of the celebrities who attended Director: Leslee Udwin directed the BBC film
Gathering: Dakota Fanning, left, was at the premiere for the film, which was directed by British filmmaker Leslee Udwin (right)
He is one of five men convicted over the rape and murder of the medical student, who was lured aboard a bus along with a friend in December 2012.
Once inside, bus driver Singh, his brother Ram, gym instructor Vinay Sharma, 20, bus cleaner Akshay Thakur, 28, fruit-seller Pawan Gupta, 19, and an unnamed teenager launched the attack.
The attackers beat her friend and took turns raping the woman. They penetrated her with a rod, leaving severe internal injuries that caused her death.
She died a fortnight later after suffering terrible injuries to her abdomen, genitals and intestines.
Her death prompted mass protests and led to speedier trials and tougher penalties for rape.
However, Mukesh Singh argued that Jyoti Singh's death was her fault for struggling.
He said: 'When being raped, she shouldn't fight back. She should just be silent and allow the rape... Then they'd have dropped her off after 'doing her', and only hit [her friend] the boy.'
Grief-stricken: Pictured are Badrinath Singh and his wife, Asha Devi, the parents of Jyoti Singh. Badrinath said the documentary shows the 'bitter truth' about Indian culture
Grief-stricken: Pictured are Badrinath Singh and his wife, Asha Devi, the parents of Jyoti Singh. Badrinath said the documentary shows the 'bitter truth' about Indian culture
He claimed 'you can't clap with one hand - it takes two... A decent girl won't roam around at 9 o'clock at night.'
A defense lawyer for the six rapists also weighed in. AP Singh said that if his daughter or sister 'engaged in pre-marital activities... in front of my entire family, I would put petrol on her and set her alight'.
The victim's father, Badrinath Singh speaking to broadcaster NDTV, which was set to screen the film before the ban, said the documentary is 'the bitter truth' and deserves to be seen by every Indian. 
20.06.2015 16:15:20
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