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  1. GeetaKashyap

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    Friends,

    I saw this short film today. It has a great story with such a wonderful message that it made me smile, frown, nod in acknowledgement and it also left me teary eyed. I felt compelled to share with you all. Hope you too appreciate it. Don't forget to leave a comment.:)



     
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    Good one thanks for sharing
     
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    A must watch.Thanks alot for sharing with us
     
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    Excellent with equally excellent message.
    Syamala
     
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    Teary eyed is right. Men do not cry but I did seeing this film.
     
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    Thanks for sharing. Enjoyed watching it. I like any story to do with India's soldiers, like anything to do with train journeys, and Divya Dutta's acting is always good to watch. What I didn't care much for was the overly simple solution to the MIL-DIL problem that the short film hints at. The woman (Dutta) makes a list of positives and negatives of her husband and of her MIL, and by the end is reformed enough to strike out all the negatives. MIL is shown in the ending, sitting on a khatiya (cot) playing rummy. Someone healthy enough to sit and play cards does not have to live with son and his wife. The implicit eternal "adjust" advice to women that the film projects didn't sit well with me.

    I liked the parts where they described Baba Harbhajan Singh's contribution, and how the army honored him by promoting him posthumously, granting annual leave, and his belongings going in army trunks by train to Kapurthala and brought back till he retired.
     
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