|The Official Poster|
Singh), Tisca Chopra, Tillotama Shome (Kanwar Singh), Rasika Dugal (Neeli),
Faezeh Jalali, Sonia Bindra
February, 2015 (Initial Release: at Toronto International Film Festival – TIFF
on 8th September, 2013; Germany on 10th July, 2014)
1 hour 40 minutes
just trying to look at mirror and trying to deal with the inner conflict of
gender. Kanwar wants to go and celebrate Lohri along with ‘his’ mother and
sisters and other girls but is not able to do so. Mehar’s helplessness and restrained
manner in front of husband Umber Singh. Mehar’s emotional outburst, when Kanwar
questions her that why didn’t she protect ‘him’ the way she protected her other
three girls. Neeli’s pain of falling in love with another woman and her
not-to-give-up attitude till the last moment are very touching.
identity crisis struggle. It shall have avoided its surreal tone, though it can
be considered as a symbolic representation. The music would touch your soul.
The movie has been recognized in various international festivals for the
direction, script and cast.
thoughtful and unconventional folk tale, with which you would certainly