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A graduate from IIT Bombay, the lately departed Jag Mundhra switched to films as a career. He soon became known for two classes of films, one pandering to common tastes and the other depicting real-life events involving women's issues.

Examples of the latter (the internet will help find the former!) are films on the case of Bhanwari Devi ('Bawandar') and Kiranjit Ahluwalia ('Provoked'). One of his earliest films was 'Kamla', based on a true story involving an Indian Express reporter called Ashwini Sarin and a villager called Kamla. What was this case about?

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