There maybe nothing in zero… however for all the pessimists out there, here’s the reminder – zero is infinite and has limitless possibilities. How very appropriate way to get the whole gist of the film packed on one title “Neel Battey Sannatta” that has so many perspectives towards the interpretation of the title as with the film.
Firstly, kudos to Swara Bhaskar , Riya Shukla and Ratna Pathak for their amazing way to be into the skin of their character with seamless ease. Ashwini Iyer Tiwari has done a fabulous job of portraying the importance of inner motivation and how it can be used to motivate others at external level. If you peel the film, there are many layers:
- Parenting tips/ideas
- Personal Determination
- Goals and Dreams
- Teenage Years and their impact on adult life
- Belief in human spirit (not caste or rich/poor demarcations)
All these and more seamlessly blended into a simple yet meticulously executed movie. What moved the Konversationalists in the movie? To attain “Personal Triumph”, it takes up a lot of our energy and mentally shakes us, however we emerge from those circumstances much stronger, focussed and get back our confidence to win the world!
So next time if someone calls you “tubelight” just give them one of your endearing smiles and say to yourself “wait and watch me!”