Leslee Udwin

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British filmmaker, actress and producer; director of India's Daughter

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The documentary  India's Daughter  focuses on the horrifying rape and murder of medical student Jyoti Singh in Delhi in December 2012 and the vocal public reaction to the crime.

Leslee Udwin, 'India's Daughter'

The documentary India's Daughter focuses on the horrifying rape and murder of medical student Jyoti Singh in Delhi in December 2012 and the vocal public reaction to the crime.

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