Film review: 'Saand Ki Aankh' mostly hits the mark2 min read 25 Oct 2019, 10:21 AM IST
Bhumi Pednekar and Taapsee Pannu star as two women who take up sharpshooting in their sixties
Director Tushar Hiranandani makes clear how the real-life subjects defied various patterns of oppression
In Johri village, Uttar Pradesh in 1999, three wives of the Tomar men are perpetually veiled. They are identifiable to the male stronghold primarily by the colour of their veils. Bimla, the eldest is red and Chandro (Bhumi Pednekar), the middle one, is blue. So when the youngest wife Prakashi (Taapsee Pannu), comes to her new home, she must choose her own colour.