Pankh (2010 - Hindi)
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Director Sudipto Chattopadhyay who is currently making Pankh for white feather films with Bipasha Basu is pretty nervous. Pankh with its bold theme of gender identity had already created ripples in the film industry circle. To calm his frail nerves down, Sudipto had a special screening of the rushes of Pankh ...
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Pankh is a complex story about the psychological impact that stardom wreaks on a young mind. An aggressive mother (Lilette Dubey) , thrusts her boy (Maradona) into the film industry at an early age and forces him to act the part of a little girl in films that of Baby Kusum.He and his mother Mary (Lilette) share a turbulent stormy relationship. Once the boy reaches adolescence, he's turns to drugs and spends all his time at home. As a youth, Jerry meets his dream woman, Nandini (Bipasha), causing another inner turmoil. Bipasha is the fantasy woman who Maradona ...
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Being unconventional is never a difficult thing to do. As long as you don’t feel bound by the barbed wire fences of convention, you can soar as high as you want. What’s difficult is being unconventional and at the same time, being able to carry it off with style. Sudipto Chattopadhyay’s debut, Pankh is quite a leap that way. Aptly titled (Pankh is the Hindi word for wings and carries connotations of a bird’s flight), it is a wild flight of the director’s fancy. And while the flight is high and ambitious, it also ends up spraying some droppings on the viewers down below. Jerry ...» Read full review
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In Pankh, Bipasha will be shown in nine different avatars. Every look that has been designed for Bipasha reflects the mood of the male lead played by Maradonna.
Maradona Rebello who plays the main lead in the film is Dino Morea's younger brother who has acted in various advertisements
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