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Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish (2009)

Debu, a struggling songwriter, has been dumped by his lover and left out on the streets. Juhi, an aging streetwalker, finds it difficult to pick up customers. Kaku, her twelve years old son... See full summary »

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Debu, a struggling songwriter, has been dumped by his lover and left out on the streets. Juhi, an aging streetwalker, finds it difficult to pick up customers. Kaku, her twelve years old son, saddled to a wheelchair, is yearning for love and care. One rainy night Debu and Juhi run into each other. Debu, desperate for a roof over his head, convinces Juhi to take him on as a babysitter for her disabled child. However, Juhi begins to feel left out as the bond between her son and the outsider cements . . . a bond she could never build, with her own child. The film journeys through tender and dramatic moments as the three characters strive to reach out and connect. Debu wants Juhi to give up being a prostitute and tries transforming her into an elegant, dignified woman. Juhi begins to look at Debu with new eyes . . . Can he possibly be a man in her life? Can the three of them be a family? Written by Anonymous

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INR 10,000,000 (estimated)
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Amazing Movie in times where most of the films are meaningless
17 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

Amazing movie, with soulful music -- the movie feels like an era of art has returned. Worth a watch, very mindful and consciously made film with entertainment and life's comedic artwork.Movie bring about the intent of soul based relationship with stranger and how it can transpire in to empathy, love and just pure joy of life. Characters are well defined, interesting casting and deep storytelling.This feels like older movies from the era of Hrishikesh Mukherjee and Raj Kapoor, classic in look and feel. Visually make monsoon of Mumbai just feel joyful. Early music from some of the best talent in Bollywood.

It has done rounds of at least 10 film festivals including preview release at Cannes, it needs to be watched by all generations to feel love and kindness.


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