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The way male is breaking the very natural balance since ages. By suppresing female, by objectifying female, by dehumanizing female, by silencing female or by threatening female, how the male hegemony has called for an ironical response become a matter of research for the makers of G Kutta Se. The disgrace male brings to human existence by disgracing the very existence of female becomes the matter of concern for the makers of film G Kutta Se. Director Rahul Dahiya and his team nowhere seem defensive or suggestive. Rather, their approach is vary brave. They have called a spade a spade.
They say that truth is bitter. Well this film shows the truth as it exists in the most parts of North India . Being a woman is a crime in these parts. The stuff shown in the film happen on a daily basis in India.
"Despite the title, Dahiya's movie is in Haryanvi, has been shot on location in Haryana, and features mostly first-time actors chosen from within the state. Neha Chauhan, who previously appeared in Dibakar Banerjee's Love Sex aur Dhoka, is the only recognizable face in a cast that has "never acted in anything at all", Dahiya said.
The 34-year-old filmmaker is from Haryana, and his family continues to live there. He moved to Mumbai in 2005 to work in the entertainment industry, but makes frequent visits back home. In 2012, Dahiya was in his mother's village in the Jind district when he was told that a woman he knew had been killed by her family. They electrocuted her in a tube-well and propped up her corpse on a bullock cart to make it look like she was still alive.
"That visual compelled me, and I felt that I had to do something to express myself," Dahiya said. His father-in-law, Vinod Sharma, produced the movie, which liberated him from the pressures of approaching other financiers."
~ adapted Via Nandini Ramnath
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