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Old Age, Parenthood, and New Beginnings: Watch First Second Chance

Lakshmi R Iyer’s short film, First Second Chance, illustrates the evils inflicted on old age parents by their very own sons and daughters.

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Old age is often associated with a period of bliss and happiness. After retirement, it’s a new chapter of resting, travelling and enjoying the company of your children and grandchildren. However, not all kinds of old age experiences are marked with such utopia. Some come in the face of diseases, and others, worst, are ignored, reprimanded and shunned by their own sons and daughters. Disputes over fickle subjects like money and properties often turn real blood against one another. More so, old age people are considered a mere burden. What then defines the life of old age citizens? Should they live by sacrificing their own selves for their children and repeatedly take the heaviest burdens? Lakshmi R Iyer highlights these evils and ignorances through her short film, ‘First Second Chance.’ 

Plot

The movie revolves around Vaidehi (played by Renuka Shahane), an old woman, diagnosed with cancer. Her son Ajit (played by Saahil Uppal) drops her into an old-age home. To his daughter Trisha, he lies that he’s sending her to a pilgrimage, who is deeply upset to see her grandmother leave. When they arrive at the old age home, Vaidehi is exceptionally sad and shocked to see his own son pull such a card on her. At the old age home, Vaidehi meets her old friend Raman (played by Ananth Mahadevan). The meeting leads up to the flashbacks of Vaidehi and Raman’s younger days, their friendship, and what turns their lives saw. The younger Vaidehi is played by the very well known and loved actress, Devoleena Bhattacharjee. What happens next allows the movie to give its key message, and we shall not spoil the ending, so you must watch the movie to know Vaidehi’s next chapter!

You Must Grab Your First Second Chance

Through the film, Lakshmi R Iyer was able to poignantly highlight two main issues – first is the ignorance and violence inflicted on old age people by their own blood ties. It is an issue we’ve commonly listened to, and have come across. To devalue a person’s life and claim them as a burden is an immoral act in itself. Each and every human being is worthy of love, care, and attention. Secondly, the film gives a hopeful and a beautiful ending to Vaidehi. It defies the norms and stereotypes of the society and proudly adds colours to the possibilities in our lives which often end up staying colourless by ‘what will people think.’ 

Elements of the Film

The film was bright, colourful, and the cinematography was satisfactory. Renuka Shahane, Ananth Mahadevan and Devoleena Bhattacharjee deliver an excellent and sympathetic acting. The film has successfully added sweet and memorable moments between the two. One of the most impactful dialogue in the film is made by Trisha. Trisha tells her dad, “Daddy, I met Grandma today. She looked very happy on the pilgrimage ….. When I grow up, I will first leave you and mom on a pilgrimage and keep you both happy the same way.” The innocence, along with the irony in these few words, gives the film a very stimulating end. 

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Bamboo Boys: A Story of Aspiration and Dreams

Bamboo Boys directed by Raaghav Dar, is a story about progression, growth and entrepreneurship starting from the roots we belong to.

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“I will go to the city and become a big sahib!” This highlights the belief that development only happens in already developed spaces. And one needs to leave their homes in search of their dreams. This story contradicts the stereotype and shows a social and mass growth that can be attained with hard work and driven intentions. The short film promotes a mass and equal upliftment for all and encourages not to undermine the roots that you come from. Instead we can honour our roots and make them the foundation of our future. The story is based in a village of Nagaland.

Plot

Zakil and Rocco are two boys seen in the opening scene, where Rocco prioritizes the need to get out of the village to earn and make a name for himself. Zakil is heavily influenced by his grandfather and has strong beliefs to build a home for his family. Financial issues deprive Zakil to attain education, while on the other hand, Rocco emphasizes the importance to attend school.

Rocco moves to city to work as a contruction worker, while Zakil stays back to start his bamboo business. These contrasting backdrops are beautifully shown in the film. Rocco’s arrival back is an awakening truth of the dream to be a ‘big sahib’ coming crashing down. He hastily agrees to construct a library and is subjected to nagging since it’s impossible with the corruption and haggling of money when the money allocated reduces to nothing. The plot also focuses on the desire of people to have a library even with poor sanitation and living conditions. Zakil and Rocco set out to do something for villagers and are determined to construct a library.

The movie portrays a beautiful message to utilise the best out of the resources available and use the human mind to execute. Lack of funding force them to look for an alternative. It is then Rocco decides to make a library out of bamboo. The films highlights their journey to becoming Bamboo Boys. It marks the emergence of entrepreneurship in the village.

Message

The actors delivered an amazing performance depicting the story, dreams, struggles and gravity of the roles. Bamboo Boys leaves the viewers with a message to hold onto. The roots that we hail from and the presence of ancestral guidance will guide you to your vision of success. The necessity to reflect and not underestimate what we have with us and most importantly not to be blinded by the desirable image of what people assume success looks like.

Credits: YouTube Bandra Film Festival
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Vitha: A Short Film On The Life Of Theatre Artist, Vithabai Bhau

Avishkar Bharadwaj’s short film ‘Vitha’ recounts the life of the theatre artist Vithabai Bhau, who gave her soul to the Tamasha culture.

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Tamasha (or in English words, Theatre) in folk culture is as a traditional form of Marathi theatre. Apart from the theatrical aspects of it, it also includes singing and dancing. It was the local travelling groups who kept the Tamasha culture alive, travelling from place to place, delivering their dialogues and singing the rhythms. This art was dominant, specifically in the state of Maharashtra. It was rich and thriving in Maharashtra, although now, the art is dying because of the lack of patronage. In this light comes the short film titled ‘Vitha,’ directed by Avishkar Bharadwaj. 

The short film is based on a true story. It pays honour and tribute to Vithabai Bhau Mang Narayangaonkar, a dancer and singer, but most commonly known as the Theatre Empress. This story is a celebration of her loyalty to the Tamasha culture. 

Synopsis

The film is set in rural India during the 1960s. We’re introduced to the death of the Theatre Empress Vithabai Narayangaonkar, whose body is lying in the hospital, and no one has yet paid the hospital bills. The doctor, while inspecting her files, comes across a peculiar certificate. Soon we know that the unasked dead body is the recipient of the President’s award, but what did she do to receive such an honour, and why does nobody know about it? 

The film unfolds the struggling life of Vithabai (played by Sulekha Talwalkar), a theatre artist and a dancer. She is a mother to two daughters and the wife of an alcoholic toxic husband. She is in the midst of financial struggles and a victim of domestic abuse, while also carrying a child in the womb. Even while present in the eye of the storm, she still holds onto her unwavering love and spirit for Theatre. This is heavily visible when Vithabai performs on the stage while her pregnancy could be due at any moment. With each passing second of the movie, one comes closer to why Vithabai received such a magnanimous honour by India. 

Why You Should Definitely Watch ‘Vitha’

Avishkar Bharadwaj’s movie throws light on the living conditions of Vithabai. It also gives us a glimpse into the Theatre culture of the 1960s, which was so cherished, loved and respected by the people of Maharashtra. 

Vithabai is played by the Marathi actress, Sulekha Talwalkar, who, with her performance, enlivens Vithabai’s legacy. Her raw acting, along with impressive dancing, brings the right colours to the movie.

The movie talks about an important moment in history. Apart from being a story of the theatre and arts, it’s also a story of women. Women who have always been wronged by their male counterparts. Vithabai stands to be an inspiration for all. She was mentally and physically abused by her husband. Even though she was an independent earning woman, yet she was repeatedly pushed downwards by her husband. The movie is a message about a brave woman, who not only ran her own house and played herself on an equal foot to her husband, but she was also a woman born to be on the stage. Vithabai played a huge role in pedalling the Tamasha culture, so it keeps blooming in its brightest colours. Her passion and respect towards the art was unparalleled. In a society, where arts like painting, writing and theatre has always been associated with men, Vithabai, shone like a force against the norm, and because she was a woman, maybe did not receive as much attention, love and celebration as she deserves. 

Avishkar Bharadwaj took a great initiative to write and direct such a significant movie, one which needs to reach the masses. Sulekha Talwalkar made sure to give the right force of energy into her acting and the film. In just a duration of 15 minutes, the movie dutifully delivers its message and pays its homage. It is a time when the Tamasha culture is dwindling rapidly, and the movie’s release is a perfect way to make people remember the elements of their folk culture, the art which used to once thrive.

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Manoharji Ki Nimmi: A Short Film on Older Love

Casting Seema Pahwa, Manoharji ki Nimmi is a must-watch love story of an older couple that will make you believe in the true love again

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There is something about love that has been nurtured over a long time, though it is the young love with its impulsiveness and giddiness that gets the most attention in Indian cinema. The mature and aged love is generally cast away as being something boring or something that has its fire wholly burnt out. But is love just about fire or hastiness? It has to be something more, like still water in a lake or a small village hidden somewhere in the midst of Himalaya’s valley; not a lot of action to see, but there is this serenity about it that makes the heart flutter and at the same time content with stability. Maybe it is the stability of mature love that makes it harder for directors or filmmakers to portray on the big screen. After all, calmness or serenity is difficult of all emotions to display on the screen.

However, many exceptions in Indian cinema set the trend apart and successfully portray deep mature older love. Examples include movies like Baghban, Life in a Metro, and Badaahi ho. What makes love between an older couple so special is because this love has seen decades of ups and down and survived it all to reach a stability where even confessing the feeling is not needed or where language becomes short to really express the heart out. 

Another example showing the extraordinariness of older love is the short story of Manoharji and Nimmi in the short film “Mannoharji ki Nimmi”, written & directed by Sachin Gupta and starring Seema Pahwa. The story is about an older couple who maybe has forgotten to explicitly show their love, but it is as apparent as the air around them. The story starts with Nimmi Ji cutely fighting with a washerman, overcharged prices, and marks on clothes. But, the story actually begins when the washerman starts pointing out that Manohar Ji, Nimmi’s husband, looks older than usual. Afterwards, Nimmi Ji scolds her husband to be more active and exercise to look younger. Manohar Ji doesn’t reply much then, but he is definitely not gonna let the remarks go. His behaviour in the coming days changes, and he plans a surprise for Nimmi for their wedding anniversary, which is after two days. The surprise is as cute as them, and to see him behave so young and Nimmi’s reaction to surprise is so adorable. To be a part of this short story and know what the surprise was, go watch the short film now.

The love shown in the short film “Manoharji ki Nimmi” is the kind which every young couple aspires to have with their better half. When stories showing the love of older couples come up, it gives the younger generation a hope, that true love is as real as the world around them. 

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Ghar Ki Murgi: Reflection Of Every Laudable Homemaker

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Trapped in a vicious cycle of a series of repetitive household work. Women always have been confided in the patriarchal realm of being overlooked and neglected as a homemaker. The contribution is deemed insignificant compared to the breadwinner and a rigorous amount of labour is minimised to merely staying home and complying and indulging in an easy household as they always were supposed to do. A woman is stripped of all the rights to have some time to herself instead is often seen as disregarded and alone with no one to even confide in, to have a chance to express herself and the mere presence of someone who is listening. Times are changing and steps towards a shift in discourse are visible from ‘housewife’ to ‘housemaker.’ Evidently, Women do organise the private aspect of managing the entire household, acknowledged for presiding over the space. 

‘Ghar Ki Murgi’, portrays the finest depiction of a woman carrying a chaotic household to the minute detail almost blurring her own needs while indulging in it. A film by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari spectacular but simple glimpse of Seema’s life delivered effortlessly by Sakshi Tanwar. Seema is seen right from the beginning tending to all family members in a habitual cycle. Adjusting and shifting throughout the day according to their schedule. Preparing meals, dropping off kids, providing medication, massage and helping with technological needs to in-laws, working in a parlour, teaching her kids, managing the financial budget and reverting back to the same schedule again. 

Every single day, her presence remains so significant yet unacknowledged. Her sole confidant house maid seems the only person who understands her hectic work. A scene unfolds showing a pressure cooker and Seema describes a utensil has a better chance to explode when it’s under too much pressure than her. Sandeep, Seema’s husband played by Anurag Arora makes a humiliating comment in a session with his friends that Seema working at a parlour and making money sums up to nothing and would have no contribution towards the actual working of the house. This seems like the last straw and for the first time we see Seema standing her ground and putting herself first asking for a well-deserved break from doing chores which seems tiresome and still her worth is not considered. She decides on an independent vacation for herself to distance away from monotony. 

The entire family comes to terms with Seema’s selflessness and endurance. When her absence instigates them to think about how involved she is in every individual’s life. We see an emergence of the progressive chain of thoughts appreciating Seema as well as helping her to shrug some burden off her shoulder. The movie ends with the beautiful thought of not casting all burdens on Seema and cherishing her for who she is. 

The characters in the movie have excelled in invoking a perspective often disregarded. The simplicity and intricacy of cinematography drawn made the movie hit home and resonated with the audience. ‘ Ghar Ki Murgi’ is an eye opener to a pertinent rousing subject of unseen labour and notice as well as concedes to the fact women never should be undermined. The strength they possess in every sphere, they put their hearts and minds to results an impressive prominence. 

Ghar Ki Murgi’ will definitely be worth your while for a good watch.

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“Dry Fruit ka Halwa” – A Wholesome Romantic -Comedy to Make You Smile

“Dry fruit ka Halwa“ a must-watch short film by Chilsag Pictures, reminds us to cherish simple joys in life.

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We are gradually losing sight of the simple joys that make life more beautiful in the age of costly restaurants and digital platforms. The unrealistic stories in the movies fill us with expectations and imagination, which drives us to take the priceless moments for granted. To celebrate these simple moments Chilsag pictures has produced an incredibly sweet movie “Dry Fruit Ka Halwa” written by Sachin Gupta and starring Shweta Tiwari and Rushad Rana which will make you smile and bring back joyous memories. 

The romantic comedy “Dry Fruit Ka Halwa” serves as a reminder of the amusing moments and nit-pickings that married couples share. The story begins with the wife dreaming about her husband preparing her favourite dessert, dry fruit ka halwa as a token of love and appreciation for always taking care of him. She is unexpectedly brought back to reality when her husband wakes her up demanding breakfast and clothes before heading off to work in the morning. The casual argument over this escalates into a cute fight and blame game and the background music impeccably signifies that the love that blooms out of such little arguments adds meaning to life. 

The actors have fantastic on-screen chemistry and the movie’s script, created by Sachin Gupta, is incredibly relatable. The movie portrays how arguments and “roothna manana” become a part of our lives and add richness to them, much like the sweet dry fruit ka halwa. No matter how much you fight, in the end, you will always have each other. The 8-minute film is a feel-good and very simple movie that subtly depicts that true love is disguised in every second that we share. It also serves as a reminder to value the efforts put in by our beloved. The movie will make you fall in love with the little hogwash quarrels that you share with your partner.

[Credits: Youtube (ChilsagPictures)]

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