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Shaukeen Kaminey is directed by Anil Chaurasiya and produced by motion pictures. The movie is about the connotation of the term “virginity”, running in theaters from June 3, 2016.
Plot: The story revolves around the lives of three characters named Som, Hardik, and Sunny. The movie typically depicts the mentality of the three characters who believe that virginity is a concept restricted only to women. The three characters lead a carefree life. Later, they decide to marry only virgin women, irrespective of the fact that all three have been in a relationship with multiple women in the past. Apparently, the three men reach a village called “Naariganj,” which allows marriage for one night. The movie includes glimpses of cities like Varanasi, Ghazipur, Mahabaleshwar and Goa other than Mumbai. Watch out the film to know about their journey ahead.
Analysis: The movie raises the fundamental issue of male chauvinism but in a very subtle way, but the explicit content, portrayed through the three characters in the movie overshadows the main content of the movie. The dialogues and script are not up to the mark.
1. The movie raises a significant and dubious issue of virginity
. 2. It portrays the typical patriarchal concept of Indian Society.
3. Exhibits glimpses of cities like Varanasi, Ghazipur, Mahabaleshwar, and Goa.
What’s not there?
1. The script is spineless with very less focus on the central issue.
2. Direction and screenplay both are not up to the mark.
3. The plot is clichéd, and dialogues are out-of-date.
Verdict: The film will not attract a large section of society but can only grab the attention of a group of youngsters
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