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India 2021
produced by
David Cohen, Dileep Singh Rathore, Radha Bharadwaj, Neelam Gupta (executive), Rakesh C. Gupta (executive) for Hanuman Films, On The Road India
directed by Radha Bharadwaj
starring Bhavna Pani, Swati Das, M.D. Pallavi, Ananda Shankar Jayant, Mahesh Dattani, Jayant Dwarkanath, Radha Bharadwaj, Trivikram Nallamshetty, Sruti Meher Nori, Lakshmikant Ambigekar, Sri Nimoy, Dwij Vasavada, Kaustav Sinha, Pranava Singhal, Aaditya Seshadri, Swathi Raman, Shivanimaran P.S.
written by Radha Bharadwaj, music by Sreevalsan J. Menon

review by
Mike Haberfelner

The Indian space program wants to reach Mars by 2014 - which is a very ambitious plan as it's already 2012, and with the journey taking roughly 300 days, the Mars Orbiter has to be launched in late 2013. Plus, the project runs on a tight budget, roughly a tenth of what NASA can afford.

The software division of the Mars Orbiter Mission is led by two comparably young women, Shanti (Bhavna Pani) and Vimala (Swati Das), both married with children and both brilliant - and that's where their similarities end: While Vimala is outgoing, big-hearted and a teamleader, Shanti is a lone wolf, who ingenious as she might be has problems working with others - but of course, she can't run the program on her own.

While Shanti and Vimala are off to a bumpy start, they soon learn to trust each other's talents, and especially when problems arise - like the carrier rocket lacking sufficient thrust - they tend to think along similar patterns and come to similar results. And while slowly friendship between the two of them begins to blossom, they also become more and more of a role model for young girls all over India ...


Of course, this film is about female empowerment, and at times in this movie this message is delivered almost a little too bluntly - but at the same time one can't blame the film for the positive approach it takes to its underlying theme, and even if its intentions are obvious, they are wrapped into a movie that tells its story - that's really mostly about women sitting in front of computers - with panache, and manages to suck the audience into the plot, also of course helped by strong performances and a directorial effort that finds the right balance between subtlety and emotionality, making this a pretty compelling movie.


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