Nirbashito (2014)

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This is a story of isolation and hope, of a writer in exile. The writer is banished for her attack on religious fundamentalism and patriarchy and her cat is suddenly left alone.



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23 June 2020 | sadhukhanparthasarathi
| The writer whom all we need to be unbanished again
The story is about Taslima Nasrin who was banished from her motherland first and later from India due to the protest of religious extremists. This is Churni Ganguly's directorial debut. She acted as the protagonist of the movie and potrayed the minute details of Nasrin beautifully. The name of her pet cat was BAGHINI, (means tigress) which is very symbolic in many senses, as the writer was no less than a tigress in her thoughts and the cat has been shown as her daughter, country, mother-tongue and smell of the soil. This symbolisation takes the film in another level. The background music was very good. The poetries were the soul of the movie. Actors and actress were apt for casting. In some places the comic relives seem unnecessary. Cinematography, specially the camera angles and editing were satisfactory. Ganguly proved that she can deliver good stories in future also.

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Biography | Drama


Release Date:

December 2014



Country of Origin

India, Sweden

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