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‘Biopics’ on the lives of personalities from various fields who are in the limelight and stay away from publicity and make their mark in their respective fields of work have been appearing in Hindi films for the last few years.
Since the film is made within the framework of commercial Hindi films, the film is based on certain facts and events in the life of the person concerned, initially by throwing a ‘disclaimer’.
Such biographies do not say that the life of the person concerned was exactly one hundred percent like that, But it does give a glimpse into the life and work of that person.
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The movie ‘Shakuntaladevi’ directed by Anu Menon on the life of Shakuntaladevi, a renowned mathematician in the country and abroad, tells the story of the life of such a successful personality.
Shakuntala Devi created by Vidya Balan, ‘Shakuntaladevi’ is a must-see once in a while due to its engaging screenplay and other features.
In some places it is definitely ‘filmy’; But since it is a commercial frame for cinema, it is better to keep it away.
Born in Bengaluru, Shakuntaladevi (Vidya Balan) is at the center of the story. Special interest in mathematics since childhood;
But without any mathematics or any schooling, cinema stars from the childhood of Shakuntala, who got acclaim in universities at home and abroad. We are told the story of what this woman did in the past and present.
Shakuntala’s erudition at an early age can be easily exploited by her family due to poor living conditions, her struggles after moving to London, various people in her life, marriage on her return to India, and becoming a mother of a like-minded woman, mother-daughter relationship.
The dilemma in the family moves the cinema forward through many such stages. In 1982, Shakuntala’s multiplication of 13 digits in just 28 seconds was recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records.
On the other hand, Shakuntaladevi’s personal life is also highlighted in her personal life, such as a distraught girl, a married woman, a mother who travels around the world away from her family, her differences with her husband and daughter.
The journey of many decades is presented in a ‘past-present manner. A glimpse into the life of Shakuntaladevi, a mathematician, astrologer, writer, flutist, etc., is called ‘Human Computer’.
There are also references to contesting elections against Indira Gandhi. However, in order for this big fold to fit in a limited period of time, many events, events go awry. Admittedly it doesn’t linger;
But because of this, Shakuntaladevi’s life cannot be understood in detail. In fact, it seems to focus more on differences than on their divine mathematical skills.
It seems that the space in the cinema is more occupied with the relationship with husband Paritosh (Jishu Sengupta), daughter Anupama (Sanya Malhotra), son-in-law Abhay Kumar (Amit Sadh).
Since Shakuntaladevi’s business and family life go hand in hand, it seems that the focus should be on her mathematical skills by reducing the filming of these differences.
remembers some of the movies she has done before and the question arises as to whether the acting is done in a molded way or not.
Personalities like Jishu Sengupta, Sanya Malhotra, Amit Sadh, Prakash Belwadi do justice to their respective personalities.
Sachin-Jigar’s songs capture the ‘retro mood’ accurately. However, it is a different matter how independent they will be remembered except for the film.
There is nothing wrong with experiencing Shakuntaladevi’s work, her extraordinary talent to present it to today’s generation.
The question remains whether we really understand the importance of Shakuntaladevi and her talent.