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Tribhanga had been in development since 2013. See more »
Raj's Review: Accuracy, Acting and Understanding, however needs a longer conclusive story
Ever so often a movie like this pops up, exploring the unique relationships within an Indian family. However far from the 'Barjatya-i' Baghban, Tribhanga focuses on maternal relationships in the Apte family, where choice made by the leading ladies have a lasting effects on the future generations. Far from the romanticism of Dil Dhadakne Do, Tribhanga's family issues seem closer to home and a lot of this has to do with the Netflix effect of 'realistic cinema'
However this Netflix orientation missed out on two points due to the lack of storyline and shorter length of the feature. Kajol and Mrs. Asmi were the flag-bearers of the film, their acting was absolutely extraordinary, however Mithila Palker was tremendously overshadowed. The storyline faced a similar brunt as the viewer's emotional journey was defined by the relationships and fragmented moments, which i believe was intentional however a little more context and character exploration on Mithila's character would've made it a masterpiece.
Lastly, the underlining message does preach a feminist rhetoric and reality. The hypocrisy of Indian society where despite being a women, they fail to understand each other's choices. All said and done, a great social exploration and a WORTHY WATCH
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