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After the show I was walking past the Exit and this is the best part:
“God wot an apt and amazing music.. ETHNIC”
“Well was raw but true portrayal”
“Reality hits on so hard… Amir hatsoff”
Some comments that I heard.. Overheard! But yeah as soon as I came out I was on my Nokia N95 tweeting “Peepli live! Am touched. . D media d polity n d burocracy. . N stil god ntg changes.” twitter.com/veerupopuri
Then I could not resist and tweeted to a couple of them “Peepli live a must watch” and on Facebook “Peepli live . . Touching entertaining but at d end a heavy heart.”
So what was all this about? Just some movie that I liked or was it the trend setting dawn of the serious cinema on the Indian silver screen? I think it was both and the changing taste and awakening of the Indian mind…
After the recent Khatta meeta we have the ongoing Peepli Live and there are a few others that made to the box office and still had the critics attention as well as the audience. Adding a peel of laughter with the usual masala and some without it.
As the audience wonders whether Natha, the poor farmer from Peepli village, will kill himself to save his family and land in Aamir Khan‘s latest hit production Peepli Live, it is much more than just a story in Nepal.As debutante director Anusha Rizvi’s accolade-winning film opened in Nepal’s theatres Aug 13, the nation, in a somber coincidence, is mulling over two suicides that have shaken people already familiar with death, disaster and injustice.
The first occurred Aug 13 itself when a 35-year-old woman, abandoned by her husband and unable to provide for her two children, first threw them into a river to die and then set herself on fire.The second suicide was still more stunning with the victim being the son of a peasant leader who had taken part in an earlier uprising in eastern Nepal.
Digendra Rajbanshi, a member of the party, was a peasant leader who mobilised people during the popular uprising against Nepal’s oligarchical Rana rule in 1950. He had been arrested and jailed for almost a decade. But despite his contribution, the peasant leader’s bitter complaint was that the party had abandoned him and others like him. He had been seeking a job for his son but to no avail.
But despite his contribution, the peasant leader’s bitter complaint was that the party had abandoned him and others like him. He had been seeking a job for his son but to no avail.