It is just a day’s wait before the most crucial chapter of Indian politics is explored from a different perception. As Madhur Bhandarkar’s ‘Indu Sarkar‘ hits the screens, we can’t help but admire the director for his opinionated yet relevant subjects. (Also Read: ‘Indu Sarkar’: Madhur Bandarkar upset with selective activism of Bollywood)
This reminds us of the past works of Bhandarkar that proved to be not only eye-openers but also initiated conversations. Check out some of them.
Chandni Bar (2001)
The society is shamelessly judgmental towards those in flesh business. Or wait, is it just flesh business? A bar dancer. A waitress with short skirts. A woman giving two damns to the society's red eyes and making her own way pisses us to a great deal. In 'Chandni Bar' , Tabu's character, ditched by fate, betrayed and raped by her own uncle, but not giving up, was an eye-opener. And maybe, ahead of our times too!