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Sridhar Rangayan (also spelt Sridhar Rangaihn or Sridhar Rangayyan; born 2 April 1962) is an Indian filmmaker who has made films with special focus on queer subjects. His queer films, The Pink Mirror and Yours Emotionally, have been considered groundbreaking because of their realistic and sympathetic portrayal of the largely closeted Indian gay community. His film The Pink Mirror remains banned in India by the Indian Censor Board because of its homosexual content.Rangayan was born in Mandya, Karnataka. As a gay activist, he has been one of the front-rank leaders in the LGBT movement in India and has contributed immensely towards the growth of awareness about sexual minorities in India.He is a Founder Member and Trustee of The Humsafar Trust, the first gay NGO in India, along with Ashok Row Kavi. He served on its board till January 2013. He also designed and edited India's first gay magazine Bombay Dost between 1999–2003.In 2006, he was awarded the South Asian Achievers Award for his contribution to global mainstream media by Triangle Media Group (TMG), UK.In 2010, he has served on the Jury for the Teddy Awards at the 60th Berlinale (Berlin, Germany), Jury for Matter of Act awards at the Movies That Matter film festival (The Hague, Netherlands) and also as Jury for SATO-48 (USA) competition.He has been part of the eminent international jury of Outfest 2012, Los Angeles and Iris Prize 2013, UKHe is the Festival Director of Kashish Mumbai Queer Film Festival that was held in Mumbai, India from April 22–25, 2010 showcasing more than 110 queer films from 25 countries at two venues. For the first time ever, a queer film festival was held at a mainstream multiplex venue PVR Cinemas.He has been elected as Regional Director (region 19) of Interpride which is a network of more than 160 Gay Pride organizations from more than 35 countries in 162 cities, dedicated to LGBT Pride parades and other events.He is also the Festival Director of Flashpoint Human Rights Film Festival that was held in Mumbai, India from December 8–10, 2010 at Alliance française de Bombay and screened 8 documentary films on human rights issues along with panel discussions on several topics like human trafficking and the law, violence against women and religious intolerance. Wikipedia