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The Silence
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The Silence

Marathi
Drama
06 Oct, 2017
1 hrs 31 mins
71%
199 votes
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Chini, a young lady while traveling in a local train in Mumbai witnesses a lady being sexually abused. The horrible experience brings her face-to-face with the demons of her past. Based on a true story, the movie addresses taboos as well as questions social responsibility.
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Verdict: A notable attempt to break our silence regarding sexual assaults. Gajendra Ahire`s `The Silence` won laurels in several national and international film festivals and has finally reached the audience now. Like his previous films Anumati, Not Only Mrs. Raut, and Shevri - The Silence is also a hard-hitting one. The film deals with the []... ...Read full review
The issue of sexual abuse is as burning a topic today, as it was in 2015, when The Silence was made. It took the critically-acclaimed film two years to get a theatrical release but it`s worth the wait. Based on a true story, The Silence unfolds through the experiences of three women who recount the horrors they`ve gone through. But primarily, it is Chini (Vedashree/ Mugdha) and her aunt`s (Patil) story. ...Read full review
Based on a true story, Silence, is about three women who experience different forms of sexual exploitation. While travelling on a Mumbai local, Chini (Mugda Chapekar), a small-town migrant to the big city, witnesses a woman being molested. ...Read full review
A young girl named Chini, who lives in a village with just her father; a junior artiste in Mumbai, struggling to make it big in this great, grotesque city that always promises so much more than it delivers; a forlorn wife to a man who represents the average Indian male chauvinist in many ways these are the characters in Gajendra Ahires The Silence that, in their own way, show us what its like to be a woman, not just in India, but anywhere in the world. ...Read full review
Gajendra Ahire is reputed for choosing truly interesting subjects for his films a substantial body of work and an incomprehensibly casual approach with which he treats his material. There are moments in his films that make us see the potential of the filmmaker, but there are very few that give us the complete satisfaction of watching good cinema. ...Read full review