Thappad Movie Review: Coming from a loving and supportive family in Delhi, and trained in Indian classical dance. Amrita’s life could have taken a different course, but she harbored the dream of being the best housewife. Even if it meant giving up her passion for dance. Vikram is an entrepreneur, and he has his mind and heart in his goals and will do everything in his ability to achieve it. But, at one point, he realizes that his big dreams are about to shatter, blame office politics.
- MOVIE: THAPPAD
- CAST: Taapsee Pannu, Pavail Gulati AND MORE
- DIRECTION: Anubhav Sinha
- TYPE: Drama
- DURATION: 2:05 hr
is not just a film aimlessly ranting about borderline domestic violence; brings to light the years of conditioning to which a woman is subjected by her own family and the society in which she lives. more
Amrita and Vikram (Pavel Gulati) are married couples and live their upper-middle-class lives among the family. Where Vikram is dreaming to advance in career and is busy with work. Amrita is a perfect wife, daughter-in-law, daughter and sister. She is a classical dancer and if her father believes, she could have made a career in it as well. But for the family, she leaves her dreams behind. She seeks happiness in the happiness of her husband.
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That is why ‘slap’. A loud slap from the husband’s hands in front of all the guests at the house party. Amrita gets choked up with this incident. Husband, mother-in-law, mother, brother .. Everyone advises that forgetting this incident, he should move forward, move on.
But Amrita does not do this. She refuses to forget the incident. The father is with her at every step. She is upset and angry with the slap on her daughter’s cheek. He is against any form of domestic violence, even if it is a slap. The son-in-law comes to him and says – I made a mistake .. What should I do now? Will never be ahead. So the father says – the question is more important why did this happen?