Aarakshan

Synopsis: Following the Mandal Commission report and the Supreme Court of India's decision to maintain a 27 percent reservation for Dalits and lower/backward castes, right-winged political parties organize protests. The Principal of Shakuntala Thakral Mahavidyalal, a non-government college which is exempt from this mandate, gets in the limelight when it's Principal, Prabhakar Anand, endorses the decision - much to the ire of the trustees as well as the newly appointed Vice-Principal Mithilesh Singh, who has invested Rs.1200 Crores in private coaching classes. Prabhakar refuses to change his stand and ends up tendering his resignation, taking his family, consisting of his wife, Kavita and daughter, Poorbi, to live near Shambhu Yadav's Tabela after they find their family home being taken over by Mithilesh's coaching classes. Attempts to evict Mithilesh's staff will be in vain and will not only end up alienating the family from everyone but Prabhakar will also be summoned and possibly arrested for
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Prakash Jha
Production: Reliance Big Pictures
  4 wins & 8 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.2
Rotten Tomatoes:
67%
Year:
2011
164 min
Website
329 Views


have been accepted into llt kanpur.

Wow!

Well done, well done!

However...

your real struggle begins now.

Have some sweets, shambhu kaka.

To celebrate whose success?

Their success.

They've got into the engineering stream.

Wow!

Whoever studies here

is bound to succeed anywhere.

So, shall we enroll you too?

Come on, what'll i do here?

But, you know my daughter muniya...

she is in the tenth grade.

As soon as she clears that...

i'll plonk her in front of guruji.

She will work hard, you'll see...

mark my words, she will become...

how d'you say it... a collector!

Dad, you aren't allowed.

Surely, just one...

ever since the results were declared last week,

you've been gorging on sweets.

Now no more.

You're becoming exactly

like your mother, you know that?

You said something?

Last one!

Suppose, a+b+c+d by 2 is greater

than or equal to under root a+b...

+c+d

did you send your papers to cornell?

Yes. But i won't be going.

You will have to, junior professor.

Because, you see,

i am going to follow you there.

Quit dreaming. I'm not going.

Alright, don't go to cornell.

But, surely you can come for a movie.

What?

You're gawking like

i tried to molest you.

When you ruffle your wet hair

and shower droplets all around

it feels so good

when you part your lips

and softly whisper sweet nothings

it feels so good

don't float around like a fragrance,

just get to the point.

Look into my eyes and say it

don't make me wander in dreams

in short, just say it

just get to the point

just get to the point

it's another feeling

when you are around

when you turn around

and smile in your endearing style

it feels so good

don't play around with words,

don't fool me with your act

take my hand in yours,

come out with those three little words

in short, just say it

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Prakash Jha

Prakash Jha (born 27 February 1952) is a famous Indian film producer, actor, director and screenwriter, mostly known for his political and socio-political films such as Damul (1984), Mrityudand (1997), Gangaajal (2003), Apaharan (2005), including multistarrer hit movies Raajneeti (2010), Aarakshan (2011) Chakravyuh (2012), and Satyagraha (2013). He is also the maker of National Film Award winning documentaries like, Faces After The Storm (1984) and Sonal (2002). He runs a production company, Prakash Jha Productions. He also owns the P&M Mall in Patna and the P&M Hi-Tech Mall in Jamshedpur. more…

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