RUBARU ROSHNI movie review is here. Directed by Svati Chakravarty Bhatkal and produced by Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao, the movie which is the talk of the tinsel world with celebrities going gaga over the film. The movie will be aired directly on Star network on 26th January 2019. Let’s find out in RUBARU ROSHNI movie review why it’s such an important film and a rewarding human experience.
What is RUBARU ROSHNI all about?
RUBARU ROSHNI is a cry for humanity, a pledge for acceptance.
What is the plotline/story of RUBARU ROSHNI?
Divulging everything will be taken as an act of betrayal and to keep the interest and surprise alive, I can say that RUBARU ROSHNI is an understanding of humanity and realizing the power of forgiveness told through three different stories/life turning incidents from different eras in India that devastated many lives and how time sees things and perceptive change to give life a new meaning – a new beginning. Aamir Khan narrates the three stories, each ending up on a profound note to humanity and spirituality.
Svati Chakravarty Bhatkal churns a masterpiece. RUBARU ROSHNI is a cinema that is not just a powerful indictment of past misdeeds; it’s a sobering reminder of how far we still have to go as a human and as a nation. No better date than Jan 26 for such a soul searcher to raise its voice of concern to the nation that has won its independence on ‘non violence’ and has always felt immense proud in its unity, diversity and spirituality.
We have had movies that entertain, movies that entertain and enlighten, movies that entertain, throw enlightenment and leave an impact. But the most rare are those which do not compromise, does not carry its messages as a sign post every now and then, makes no claims, doesn’t make any judgments but puts forwards its views be it political, non – political, human, spiritual with any harm, politely convinces you to take a retrospect of your humanity, check your spirituality meter frame by frame. Aamir Khan and Svati Chakravarty Bhatkal’s RUBARU ROSHNI is that everlasting spiritual experience on screen that dares to that extra miles to humanity its due and leave the audience with a few long thoughts that are worth talking till the time last.