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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
Compelling story sensitively directed and superbly acted
Am still left speechless by this film but endeavoring to overcome it in order to post a review while fresh in my mind. To be honest I find it too difficult to see certain kinds of violence on screen so I saw those scenes in fast-forward.
Apart from the compelling social theme, the acting in this movie is riveting. Never overdone even for a moment, so many scenes bring out the subtle paradoxes of life and the moments of conflict that test one's character. Minor characters play pivotal roles and no character, scene or line is extraneous. The script is also very natural and forces you to confront such realities, never letting you think this is just a movie dialogue. And the music expresses what you cannot express while seeing what you cannot believe. The more you see this movie the more you see in this movie. And in society. Really brilliant.
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