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INDU SARKAR - Timely as well as too careful exploitation of the subject results in a plain average film. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)
29 Jul, 2017 | Movie Reviews / 2017 Releases / ALL ABOUT INSPIRED MOVIES / Inspired Movies (Alphabetical) / I

The detailed review of INDU SARKAR by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.


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Shared below are views - Beyond the initial review with more interesting insights.
Though as a film INDU SARKAR is much better than Madhur’s last CALENDAR GIRLS giving you occasional glimpses of his capabilities as once acclaimed director, it still fails to deliver anything above average due to its too careful conception or lack of will to boldly reveal the actual scenario. Despite talking about many real life events, the film is presented as a fictional account of an era playing a politically safe game. And that’s exactly what dilutes its overall impact following a rather punctured approach.
Having said that, it does help in giving the viewer a beginner’s idea about those times, especially reaching out to the present generation. But if someone really wishes to know more in details and exact terms about the era of emergency and its impact on various sections of the society then he must go through the following references, studying from some reputed links and websites.

1. Watch Hindi films based/related to Emergency as NASBANDI (1978), KISSA KURSI KA (1978), HAZAARON KHWAISHEIN AISI (2003) and Anand Patwardhan’s documentary PRISONERS OF CONSCIENCE (ZAMEER KE BANDI/1978)
2. Read how KISSA KURSI KA suffered in the Emergency, how the case was dealt in the Court and what happened to its prints resulting in an unrecoverable loss. 
3. Read about the reason behind a ban imposed over Kishore Kumar’s songs on radio and television? And how the emergency affected a few other filmmakers and their films?
Studying the various links, you will come to know that forced sterilization was implemented in those years with the sole motive of population control. No doubt, the strategy adapted for the cause was horrifying, atrocious and unacceptable conflicting with basic democratic rights of a citizen.

But for a moment just try to think that be it A, B or C political party and its chosen leadership, 
“Why no visionary leader prefers to talk about Population Control in our country showcasing a highly positive, constructive and futuristic kind of thought process?”

Give it a thought!

Ratings : 2.5 / 5

Tags : Indu Sarkar Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing at bobbytalkscinema.com, Films on Emergency in India, Madhur Bhandarkar on Emergency, Indira Gandhi and Emergency, Sanjay Gandhi and Emergency
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