Chitrashi Rawat, Simran Sehmi, Sharad Ponkshe, Murli Sharma, Achint Kaur
by Ashish Deo. It talks about one of the most disturbing issues i.e. dark remand
home and the sex / flesh trade. The film is supposed to be based on research and
inspired by true incidents.
Home is in news due to a few girls running away from the same. DK (Ashutosh
Rana), takes up this project as Channel Bureau Chief in his Electronic Media
news company. He selects journalist Anjali, a mediocre performer to expose the
racket and the dark side of the same.
is almost lethal for the girls, who have to go through hell. Some are brought
there since they have committed some crime, and some others are perhaps
kidnapped and brought. The life is really very tough. Girls don’t get proper
food, clothing and also are physically assaulted, raped.
story of how it tries to expose the system itself, ministers, authorities
whoever is involved. Dialogues include
the references of various issues viz. India stands 3rd in the world
for rape; every 20 minutes a girl is raped in India; 5 Lakh children are forced
into sex trade every year; out of 12 million girls born in India, 1 million
girls do not see their first birthday etc.
in the movie is very sensitive and it also projects the dark face of our
society. Definitely the movie could have been handled in a much better manner.
The gravity of the topic was lessened by the frames of Anjali’s Mehandi, Sangeet,
Marriage preparations. An item number was also there which was a high deterrent
in the movie.
cast is concerned, three stand out – Ashutosh Rana, Achint Kaur (as Remand Home
warden) and Chitrashi Rawat (a Remand Home inhabitant, Chak De fame). Akshay
Hariharan (Singer Hariharan;s son) turns composer and singer for this movie.
the society where things are too dark. Though, it needed a better treatment, it
needs applause for highlighting such social issues.