The film is a comment on a society that brands people into images they should be, and talks of individual dreams and aspirations. Set in the background of a small town in India, against the harsh weather conditions and lack of rain, the story revolves around a girl who is unconventional in her ways and appearance, in-feminine in the conventional sense of the word, and therefore subjugated to much negative public opinions and advices on what she should be. She is supported by a supportive just father, a younger brother who is about to turn 18 and a realistic, discouraging but loving older brother. And in their lives then enters a man who believes in magic and tells them that he can bring rain! The story unfolds with much poetry and a dreamlike quality that is magical. Written by
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Did You Know?
Naseeruddin had signed the film. After Tridev became a blockbuster he hiked up his price. Amol declined to pay him and wanted to approach Kamal Hassan. Thats when Nana Patekar approached Amol ans asked him if he could get the film. See more
Version of The Rainmaker