Chauranga Hindi Movie Review: New Film Which Is hitting sliver screens on this Friday race The first Reports for the Movie , Which relelased on 21st October 2015 for the film festival feedbacks are showed that , Chauranga is one of the Must Watch movie and The Movie rated with 3.5 out of 5 Classic Movie for the Year 2015.Chauranga, set in an impoverished village of what seems to be Chattisgarh or Jharkhand, is so denuded of hope and goodness, you come away a little sickened in your soul and stomach. The frightening truth about Mishra’s plot is that the world of caste exploitation that it inhabits actually exists in many part of North India.Chauranga Hindi Movie Review Rating & Live Story Updates
Chauranga Hindi Movie Review & Live Story Updates
Caste, class and gender discrimination are at play as we meet two young boys in a village. The older of the two, Bajrangi is home from school and is beaten senseless by two men. The younger one (Santu) hits back and runs. This thread plays throughout the film. Characters are shown both as victims bound by social shackles as also registering their own personal silent victories every time they refuse to comply with fossilised norms. Tannishtha Chatterjee, who plays their mother, Dhaniya, works as a maid at the local strongman’s (Sanjay Suri) house and has the agency to at least decide who her sexual partner would be. Suri’s on-screen wife Nidhi (Arpita Chatterjee), though upper-class, is nothing but a mute sufferer at the hands of her husband. Dhaniya’s robustness is in stark contrast to Nidhi’s own defeatist approach to life. Mona (Ena Saha), her daughter, is further victimised on account of her gender while Santu who nurses a deep crush on Mona manages to live life on his terms.
At the centre of Chauranga is a rebel with a cause, an angry young Dalit teenager Santu (Sohum Maitra) who wants to seize what he feels he deserves — education and the love of a pretty young upper caste village girl. However, the hierarchies and status quo imposed by the staunchly caste-ist society of his village come in the way even as he closely watches the trains that whiz past his village, without ever stopping, because his village is not important enough for civilisation. Is there a way out for him then beyond looking after his pig
Chauranga Hindi Movie Rating
Debutant director Bikas Mishra provides us a view of the social microcosm of rural Bihar, a world divided between the haves and the have-nots, between the privileged and the disadvantaged, between the landowners and landless labourers. It’s a world where zamindari has been abolished and yet not quite, where they have the upper hand as a matter of entitlement. It’s a world where the lower caste has to go through daily discrimination and humiliation and exploitation of women, whatever caste they may belong to, is a given. The myriad characters don’t just exist as individuals but have a larger role to play — to bring alive the social fabric and its dynamics and powerplay. Mishra tries to weave in little details — the all nighter with films, the Salman Khan and ‘Munni badnaam hui’ obsession, the school being used as a janvasa (guest house for the groom’s family) for the principal’s daughter’s wedding, the whole ritual of touching and washing of feet of the upper caste. It’s a world that may feel lost in time to urban India but is it?
Director: Bikas Mishra
Starring: Sanjay Suri, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Anshuman Jha, Sohum Maitra
Run time: 88 mins
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Movie from the box office of Bollywood is going to release on This 8th januray 2018. The first Reports for the Movie , Which relelased on 21st October 2015 for the film festival feedbacks are showed that , Chauranga is one of the Must Watch movie and The Movie rated with 3.5 out of 5 Classic Movie for the Year 2015.