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Saancha  (2013 - Hindi)

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  • Nilesh P. Khandare
    Nilesh P. Khandarewrote on Nov 19 2009 7:29PM

    "Saanncha" is a conscious effort to present the naked truth of human emotions in today's progressive, cultured and civillized society. "Saanncha" is a thought process that does not only symbolize an individualistic perception but relates to every human being who goes through hellish crisis. "Saanncha" is homage to an age-old indestructible human values and relations...
    Every parent prays to God that they be blessed with an intelligent and physically powerfull male child and if it is a female child she be sanctified with divine beauty...
    This very benevolence of God becomes an inconceivable curse for some parent. Chanda appears as a model of a sancimonious motherhood and stands out as a self-respectful & strongest mother. Unfortunately due to sickness of her husband she borrows money from the brick-contracter, Shambhu, and unwillingly enrolls herself amongst those underprivileged & helpless women who undergo physical abuse in return of his monitory favor whenever he wishes so. As a hard luck would have it, one day Shambhu's eye glimmer to see the mouth-watering attractiveness of Chanda's daughter, Chakori whose beauty was hidden under the layers of murky ash for years. Overhelmed by this cruel situation and sensing his wicked intent, Chanda finds no other solution to safeguard her daughter's honor but to marry her to an aged 55 years old, Ramkhilavan who preceives his wife as nothing but a mere commodity to fulfill his sexual desires.
    By nature, Chakori's husband, Ramkhilavan is a pervert old man who seems over joyed to trap a young virgin in his marital snare. To his dismay on his first night, he discovers that his young wife knows nothing about sexual act. As a wise old man he makes a prudent decision not to revage her chastity with force but to prepare her slowly into physical submission. However in the process, the old man realize his cardinal sin and surrenders before her sacred innocence that ultimately transforms him from a depraved demon to a holy saint.


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