Gaon (2018)

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A village kept secret for centuries receives a visitor at long last and finds the course of its destiny changed forever.


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10 January 2019 | pvsavla
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| Movie made with a patriotic attempt!
Gaon is movie made for a message, this wouldn't have been possible without the Producers, director and writer's committment towards their country overlooking the fact, if it is going to make any money for them, like 'Garam hava' was one such movie in the past, where everybody had worked for pittance, but their intentions left a stamp on time.

The message that one vaguely infers is that, although one cannot get back to the old humble times, but one has to be watchful in current times of the easy credit available, that generally lends one in a debt trap to be exploited by everyone, before it is too late to get out of it.

Though 'Bharat' is a fictitious village shown in the movie, but it is very likely something similar may be existing in Jharkhand state. It is a good movie shown against the backdrop of the turmoil in that region. Acting was good, but one had to overlook the Somras competition which was not very convincing. Worth watching for those who care for the country

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Genres

Drama

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Release Date:

17 January 2018

Language

Hindi


Country of Origin

India

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