Naa Bangaaru Talli

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  • 2013
  • 2 hr
  • 7.4  (167)

Naa Bangaaru Talli is a drama film released in 2013 that revolves around an incident concerning a girl named Gowri. The movie was directed by Rajesh Touchriver, and starred Anjali Patil as Gowri, Lakshmi Menon as Swathi, and Rathna Shekar Reddy as Balli. The film begins with Gowri, a 13-year-old girl, living a happy life with her family in a village in Andhra Pradesh, India. Gowri's father, Rama Rao (played by Siddique), works as a flower vendor while her mother, Bhagya Lakshmi (played by Neena Kurup), is a homemaker. Gowri is an intelligent and studious girl who dreams of becoming a doctor.

One day, when Gowri is returning from school, she is kidnapped by a group of men and taken to a brothel in Mumbai. There, she is forced into prostitution under the control of a ruthless pimp named Balli. The viewers are shown the brutal and inhumane treatment meted out to the young girl as she is violated and abused by various men. Gowri's attempts to escape are brutally squashed, and she is kept under the surveillance of the brothel's guard, Bhairava (played by Suhasini).

The movie then shifts its focus to Gowri's family, as Swathi, an NGO worker (played by Lakshmi Menon), enters the picture. Swathi is an educated and dedicated social worker who has made it her mission to rescue young girls who have been trafficked into prostitution. She visits Gowri's village and finds out about the girl's disappearance. Swathi then springs into action and, with the help of Rama Rao, she files a missing person's complaint with the police.

At the brothel in Mumbai, Gowri sees a glimmer of hope when a friendly prostitute named Parvathi (played by Ananya) tells her about Swathi and her activities. She gives her a phone number that belongs to the NGO worker. Gowri then manages to get her hands on a phone and calls Swathi, who assures her that they will soon rescue her.

The movie then takes a dramatic turn as Swathi and Rama Rao form a team that travels to Mumbai to rescue Gowri. They face several obstacles, but their determination and persistence eventually pay off. In the final act of the film, Gowri is finally rescued and brought back to her village. The family is reunited, and Gowri is given the medical treatment and counseling she needs to heal from her traumatic experience.

Naa Bangaaru Talli is a hard-hitting and emotional film that sheds light on the rampant child trafficking and prostitution that still takes place in India today. The movie expertly captures the bleak and distressing reality of the girls who are forced into these trades and gives the viewers a sobering glimpse into their world. The film is also a tribute to the strength, courage, and resilience of young girls like Gowri who face unimaginable horrors but never lose hope. The performances of the actors, especially Anjali Patil in the lead role, are stellar, and the cinematography is excellent. Overall, Naa Bangaaru Talli is an important and powerful movie that is not to be missed.

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    7.4  (167)