CAST & CREW
The movie is a tale of each and every lady who suffers societal bias and suppression. This can be mainly attributed to the stigmas set forth by the male-dominated society.
Disha Choudhary is an exemplary daughter, spouse, sister, but she is not understood for her righteous behavior. Eventually, she has to suffer in the hands of people who don’t understand her. Her scheming mother-in-law treats her badly; there are the typical dowry torture and other stuff. And there is Hrishita Bhatt, who is Disha’s sister-in-law, who is not of a desirable character. All these aggravate the sufferings of Disha.
Disha Choudhary tries her best to do full justice to her role but eventually fails because you are not able to empathize with her. However, the negative roles of the movie are etched well.
If females are insisted on being submissive, then this movie will not get on your nerves. And by chance, if the movie gets on your nerves then you are going to ask yourself that why on this earth anybody would deliver ancient worries to cinematics in this era.
The storyline is somewhat good because it shows the mentality of our society.
What’s not there?
1. The circumstances of the story seem insisted.
2. The movie is not executed well.
Assuming that, you guys liked women domestication kind of movies composed in 80's and 90's, in which the open women were chiefly portrayed as weak and dependable on men then Anuradha can be tolerated a bit.
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