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Hard Kaur Movie Review: How the Kaurs deal with harassment

Hard Kaur Movie Review: How the Kaurs deal with harassment
Written by Shilpi Gupta

Punjabi film industry is mostly famous for romantic and comedy films. Director Ajit R. Rajpal brought us a very important concept on screens this time based on women empowerment. Hard Kaur speaks about how our society differences brings obstacles for female to stand for her right. The movie is presented by Delhiwood Studios Pvt. Ltd and produced by Rakesh Chaudhary, Suresh Chaudhary, Wasim Pasha and Ajit R. Rajpal. Famous Dristhi Grewal one of the famous name in Punjabi cinema will be seen in this film. Other than Drishtii you will see Deana Uppal, Neet Kaur, Nirmal Rishi, Swati Bakshi, Ratinder Kaur, Shashi Kiran, Chaitannya Kanhai, and Tanvir Singh in very prominent role.

The story line of the film is based on the 5 “Kaurs” of Punjab who encourages each other women’s to stand for their right. The concept is beautifully screened and is a great dose for female empowerment. As our society still encourages  males to believe that they are superior than female and perceive women as objects. This movie reveals how female must deal with abuse she go through in male dominating society.

Deana Uppal Miss India UK 2012 is playing one of the main role in this female. Uppal is playing the role of a simple Punjabi village girl name Sirat. The plot of the movie revolves around Sirat, how every day she has to deal with harassment of men and how she handles the situations. She is a school teacher from Patiala. Her life completely changes when she become witness to crime scene in the bus she boards daily. After the incident she finds courage to raise her voice against the harassment.

The actor Uppal enjoyed playing the role of sirat in the film and she told media that it was awesome opportunity. Go catch how 5 different Kaur’s deal with the situations differently in theaters nearby you.

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Shilpi Gupta

Food Technologist by Profession and Blogger by Destiny. love to write articles on food technology, spirituality and social issues.

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