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Raju a 13 year old child passionate about films who always wanted to be a filmmaker become blind in an accident. Drunkard and irresponsible father puts Raju in a blind orphanage,claiming ... See full summary »
When the efforts of a young girl to save her mother from her abusive father fail, she grows up with that guilt but as a grown woman, she can get rid of the burden by standing up for herself against a bullying husband.
What happens when what you did...gets on to you... Srinivas was the perfect father...Durga his adorable daughter....all is well in their paradise... But one day...everything changes. Did it happen that day...or was it something that evolved over a time... A racy family thriller...which is provoking...shocking and yet tender...You cannot imagine what happened in their lives...you have to see it to believe it... Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. Based on a true story from an activist's diary...Srinivas(Siddiq) and Durga's(Anjali Patil) story can happen to anyone...anywhere... Here is to all the dads and daughters of the world...Open your Eyes...and ask yourself... Are you Safe? With his well crafted visual imagery Rajesh Touchriver once again brings to you a cinematic delight on a subject that is much spoken and yet least understood... Naa Bangaaru Talli (My Dearest Daughter) is a testimony of a film that can rock the minds for a lifetimeWritten by
Naa Bangaaru Talli (My Dearest Daughter), I initially thought this would be another documentary considering the fact that this movie has won 3 national awards, but boy was i in for a surprise, THE MOVIE IS NOT A DOCUMENTARY, its an out and out commercial cinema, with twists and turns that would put any movie to shame. The scenes make the audience give out deep breaths every now and then yes, not jus sigh! Simplified dialogue make us to understand the movie very easily. Nearing the pre-climax, i felt proud to clap hands than those who feel proud to deserve them :) every time my appalause lasted little longer than usual. The power of cinema is proved well. The characterization of each and every person was crystal clear; especially when it was not necessary for the director to remind the nature of the heroine with flashcuts in between; shows the clarity in the making. The Movie revolves around the central characters of Father and Daughter duo brilliantly portrayed by Siddiqe and Anjali Patil, the songs and background score is soothing to the ears, the message i brings out is extremely clear and lasting. Though the movie is centred to the social issue of Human Trafiking and Prostitution there is no cheap / vulgar scenes the movie, this movie is a must watch a double thumbs up to Naa Bangaaru Talli
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