Renuka Shahane’s new Netflix movie TRIBHANGA: Tedhi Medhi Crazy– starring Kajol, Tanvi Azmi, and Mithila Palkar is all you to explore a mother-daughter relationship. It showcases the complex relationship dynamic between three generations of mothers and daughters, with immense humor, sentiments, and grace.
The film appears to say that mothers fail and falter sometimes, but it’s perfectly okay. They shouldn’t be judged for the way they chose for the upbringing of their child.
The upcoming Netflix film marks Kajol’s digital debut, playing a famous actor and Odissi dancer Anu, who resents her writer mother Nayan (Tanvi Azmi). Then there’s Anu’s daughter Masha(Mithila Palkar), who’s about to have a baby. The writer and director, Shahane, uses Odissi as a metaphor for her characters. Anu describes Nayan as the slightly off-center pose ‘abhang’, Masha as the in-balance ‘Sama-bhang’, and herself as ‘Tribhanga’, they pose with three bends at varying angles.
Kajol commented on the language she uses in the movie to get her point across. “To be honest, everybody around me has a very colorful language. It is not something I have hidden from or cannot do. It is a choice not to use those particular words. I don’t feel the need to do it most time. This is such a weird conversation!” she said.
“You have to have 10 hands and nobody can live up to that kind of expectation. So women are constantly living in guilt, because they cannot ever live up to that societal pressure that is put on them,” Shahane told PTI in a Zoom interview from Mumbai. Shahane, 54, believes these expectations are exhausting and can lead to a lot of mental issues in women.
Tribhanga arrives on Netflix on January 15. It also stars Kunaal Roy Kapur along with our girls. Produced by Ajay Devgn, Siddharth P Malhotra, Sapna Malhotra, Parag Desai, Deepak Dhar, and Rishi Negi, “Tribhanga” will start streaming on Netflix from Friday.
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