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Halkaa (Relief) is a unique take on a slum child's heroism, aspirations and dreams. The child protagonist, Pichku fights for the basic problem that he faces everyday; defecating in the open among others.
The film celebrates the survival of the human spirit against overwhelming odds and highlights the need for underprivileged children's education. Its a film based on former indian president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and is aimed at inspiring the poor to educate their children.Written by
This is one of the best movies I have seen so far. So simple, yet so touching.
It inspired me to think of our people, of our great country and our incredible culture (as depicted in the Rajasthani styles). Need me to say that the Rajasthani setting was just apt and everything was sown in very creatively.
I hope this movie sets the trend for many more such movies. It is worth every penny and every second of yours.
It brings me to think of the state of millions of children out there who have so much of aspirations but not the means.
I wish the government officials (all of them) see this movie and get inspired by it.
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