Section: India Story
Country: India | Year: 2018
Language(s): Kannada | Time: 113 mins
Today India is a prosperous and progressive nation, yet our society has many taboos related to the subject of sex and carnival desire. Even the free use of the word 'sex' is considered a sin in itself. We have advanced technologically, the world is accessible on our fingertips and everything around us is out in the 'open'. Along with our progress, a 'conventional frame' is also inherent alongside, since times immemorial. These intrinsic factors are controlling human actions rather than the ones that are exterior in nature. This is not only prevalent in villages or towns, but even the large metropolitan cities that have been brewing and imposing restrictions upon our society. This film is woven around the female protagonist whose personal life and hence her overall being is stuck within such a framework.
Mansore holds a postgraduate diploma in visual arts from the College of Fine Arts, Bangalore. Since 2014 he has been active in theatre, television programs, and filmmaking as a scriptwriter and art director. His debut, Harivu (2014), won the National Award for Best Feature Film in Kannada.
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