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Yadvi-The Dignified Princess Movie Review: Taking us to the time before feminism

Yadvi-The Dignified Princess Movie Review: Taking us to the time before feminism
Written by Ria Maheshwari

The English movie, Yadvi- The Dignified Princess has finally knocked the theatres today i.e August 25th, 2017 after much recognition in the film festivals all over the world. With the great work of the cast and the crew, the film is directed by Jyoti Singh, who has also acted in the film. The main leads of the film are Chandrachur Singh, Charu Vyas, Jyoti Singh, Rahul Godara and Vibhu Raghave, who is the TV prominent celebrity, who is in the leading roles.

This historical film is showcasing the time of Maharani Yadhuvansh Kumari and Maharaja of Patiala, Bhupinder Singh. The plot of the film revolves around the real life princess, who was raised in an extremely wealthy family, but nothing is constant. Which results in losing all her privileges in a very early middle age. The story is a prominent issue, which is taken from the time of 1940 when feminism was much away to our reach. The princess, had her own place and dignity, with which she raised three daughters.

The film will talk about true struggle and equality, which is deliberately taken from the India history as more. Under the banner of RVP production, the film is bankrolled by actor-director-producer, Jyoti Singh. With the music of Anuj Garg, the film will take you to a different level. Also, The film is in English, marking the English Indian film. The surprise element is the cameo of the Miss India Worldwide 2009, Nikkitasha Marwaha, who will be the eye capturing lady in the film for her fans.

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