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Almost every character in Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga is a victim of the society. Balbir Chaudhary (Anil Kapoor) is bounded by his mother’s understanding of what the man in the house is supposed to do. Sahil Mirza (Rajkumar Rao) is burdened by the expectations of his father while he struggles to find inspiration in his life. Sweety (Sonam K. Ahuja) is fighting a battle that even those close to her are unaware escoliosis causas of. It is a story of people who do not fit in the normative structure – a story of the societally sidelined who are either forced to be a rebel or pushed to find bliss in isolation.

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Homosexuality (like disability) has largely been a comic trope in commercial cinema. Over here, it becomes a truth that is too close to turn away from. It is a truth that you hide from those around you; a truth that you find easier to share with a man who is practically a stranger than your father.

Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa could have been a movie that focuses entirely on the romantic aspect of Sweety’s life. It would have been an incredible journey to see an out and out romantic movie contractura lumbar sintomas with two women sharing moments that Shah Rukh Khan has immortalized on screen for an entire generation. But this film intends to tell another story. It focuses on Sweety and her dynamics with those around her. It is more of a family-drama-cum-coming-of-age story than a love story. It is not Hindi dolor lumbar ejercicios Film Industry’s answer to the fabulous Brokeback Mountain or Blue Is The Warmest Color. This is a film of acceptance of love more than expression. It is about Sweety accepting who she is (for columna lumbar rx the longest of times she sees the other as “normal”) and her family acknowledging that the spectrum of love and sexuality is wider than what they had imagined.

This is not a perfect film by any means. It has some unnecessary characters (Juhi Chawla is a complete waste here) and at times the dialogues feel more written than spoken. Yet, if the purpose of the film was to acquaint its audience to a dynamic of love that is largely brushed under the carpet, this one is a huge success.

The climax of the film is reminiscent of Kya Kehna, but this film prefers political escoliosis tratamiento correctness over a dragged cathartic speech (or maybe Anil Kapoor is just a really good actor). It speaks of issues far more important than a film on an ex-Prime Minister or a 19 th century queen fighting against the British army. Written by Gazal Dhalival, the escoliosis cervical sintomas film gets its politics of representation largely on point. Like Kapoor and Sons Since 1921 (which was far superior as a film), terms like ‘homosexual’ are not spoken here. But unlike that film, we are shown visuals of the lesbian couple. There is a beautiful montage in the film of two women enjoying each others company, holding hands and occasionally giving each other a peck. It is a film that gives us a “happy ending” for the couple – an optimism that was missing in Aligarh and My Brother…Nikhil.

Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh radiografia dorsolumbar Aisa Laga is a pivotal step in the direction of making commercial cinema in India an inclusive space. It leaves the audience with the hope of seeing more stories of people like Sweety, who have been sold the dream of a Bollywood romance for far too long without making them feel as a part of that space. Sweety, at one point in the film, says to Sahil that her story needs to reach remote areas, for there might be a Sweety there who needs to know its normal to be different. One feels the same is true of this film. It is flawed, and hernia de disco lumbar ejercicios contraindicados not the breeziest coming of age story, but it might be one of the most important one.