7 July 2017 | Iamthemovieaddict
Most obscure & least known film you might see that comes from parallel cinema and is of Naseeruddin Shah, Rekha & Moon Moon Sen
Most obscure & least known film you might see that comes from parallel cinema and is of Naseeruddin Shah, Rekha & Moon Moon Sen When you know you are going to watch something that nobody you know has ever watched or known of, chances are you are going to look everywhere for what the film is all about and why others haven't watched it but end up being one out from those, to tell the world about what the film is about after watching the film (only if you get hold of it, fortunately).
Name : Musafir (1986) Genre : Drama, psychological, mystery, crime, philosophical, allegory Director : Jabbar Patel Cast : Rekha, Naseeruddin Shah, Moon Moon Sen Time : Around more than 2 hours Story : The story revolves around Sadanand (Naseeruddin Shah), who is having visions or delusional images of his wife, whom he loves dearly, not being faithful to him where he believes there's someone who is having affair with her when he's not at home and this drags him into forcing his wife (Moon Moon Sen) to have a baby so that they will be together otherwise even when she reminds him about the state she has to go through the miscarriage but day after this talk, she is pronounced dead thus his husband leaves everything behind to travel and to find the reasons behind his remaining life and thus reuniting with his teacher and their family, esp., daughter (Rekha) and solve their problem of getting their daughter married and how in the due process, he realizes of what his life has been since then to now, finding redemption and remembrance of what actually happened during his wife's death.
At last, I'll say that film is not something that you have grown up watching with potboilers and normal drama flicks but something that you would either end up loving or hating it, plus with no viable DVD OR VHS version available you will disgruntled with the version you'll have to watch i.e., TV recorded from 90's TV that's on YT (thanks to that guy who put out it up there). So, do have a watch as it is much better than the rubbish what we all make & watch now.