Ashdoc's movie review---AakashVani

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Ashdoc's movie review---AakashVani

Post by ashdoc on Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:40 pm

College life---a time to set yourself free....a time for liberation....

......A time to let your hopes rise and ambitions soar.....

......A time for fun and excitement and the heady feeling of youth.....

.....And also a time for romance and love.....

And romance brings with it secret rendezvous in misty hills and secret meetings in corners of college campuses.....

And it brings stolen kisses in unguarded moments and stolen moments away from prying eyes....

But once the college days are over , you have to face the real world.....

And the real world contains parents---parents who frown upon the notion of a girl going out with a boy.....

Parents who are more bothered about false notions of family honour than the happiness of their children.....

This is the situation faced by Vani , a goodlooking girl in love with Aakash who studies in her college.....

Her dreams of love and romance are shattered as her sister runs away with her boyfriend and her parents are so overcome by shame and by the taunts of neighbours that they decide to marry her off before she apes her sister !!

.....And Vani does not have the guts to break her parents' heart and tell them that she is loves someone else.....

Like an obedient daughter she goes into the home of the boy chosen for her by her parents....

Now things could have gone normally for her after this , like they go for millions of other girls who are forced to accept husbands chosen by their parents in this backward land .

But the director , in typical filmy style , deliberately juxtaposes the husband as a mean and hard man compared to the gentle Aakash . While Aakash is nice and caring and modern in his views , her new husband is orthodox and believes in insulting his wife again and again . Above all , he commits marital rape upon her , forcing himself on her against her will . But his greatest sin is hypocrisy !! He pretends to be liberal minded before the world when in actuality he is the opposite....

It seems fate had destined Vani to be nothing but a doormat of a dictator.....

But this is the 21st century.....and winds of liberalisation have begun to sweep the land.....

And behold the power of destiny......for the paths of Aakash and Vani are destined to cross again.....

And when they do , does Aakash still hold the same feelings for Vani that he did earlier ??

And if he does , then will Vani respond to them ?? And will she have the guts to confront her husband and parents and follow her heart....

Will the winds of liberalism that have begun to sweep the land kiss and caress Vani's life too ??

For answers to these questions , go and watch the movie....

The film is an indictment of those parents who force their children into unwilling marriages and presents powerful arguments against the notion of marriage for the sake of saving family honour .

Above all its a film made straight from the heart.....

And anything made straight from the heart is watchable....

Verdict---watchable .

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Post by Merlot Daruwala on Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:08 am

Doc, if you were in Aakash's place, would you embrace those winds of liberalism and accept Vani if she decided to walk out of her marriage?

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Post by Kris on Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:14 am

Merlot Daruwala wrote:Doc, if you were in Aakash's place, would you embrace those winds of liberalism and accept Vani if she decided to walk out of her marriage?

>>> A moral dilemma certainly, but need to know, how much additional weight are we talking about?

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Post by Merlot Daruwala on Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:16 am

lol!

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Post by ashdoc on Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:22 am

Merlot Daruwala wrote:Doc, if you were in Aakash's place, would you embrace those winds of liberalism and accept Vani if she decided to walk out of her marriage?

certainly i would . in fact i know 2 men who have accepted such women , and in both cases they were former lovers of the women who were forced by their parents into unwilling marriages .

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Post by ashdoc on Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:38 am

Kris wrote:

>>> A moral dilemma certainly, but need to know, how much additional weight are we talking about?

my friend accepted her daughter born from her first marriage too , and is bringing her up as his daughter Cool

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Post by Merlot Daruwala on Mon Jan 28, 2013 4:45 am

Very good Doc. I'm sure *such* women are very grateful.

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Post by ashdoc on Sat Jun 01, 2013 11:30 pm

ashdoc wrote:
Kris wrote:

>>> A moral dilemma certainly, but need to know, how much additional weight are we talking about?

my friend accepted her daughter born from her first marriage too , and is bringing her up as his daughter Cool

this woman has left my friend leaving him high and dry..... Sad

my friend married her ( she was a divorcee ) when he could have married a fresh girl as he was never married before---and he accepted her daughter from her first relationship too....

but now she has left him for another man---her third relationship....

i am stunned Mad

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Post by garam_kuta on Sun Jun 02, 2013 2:22 am

Merlot Daruwala wrote:Doc, if you were in Aakash's place, would you embrace those winds of liberalism and accept Vani if she decided to walk out of her marriage?

before or after waxing?

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