DO PAISE KI DHOOP CHAR AANE KI BARISH 2009
Deepti Naval (India)

SYNOPSIS


Firaaq
Shot in Mumbai's rainy season last year by one of Bollywood's finest cinematographers, this movie uses the metaphor of the under-construction bridge across the sea from Bandra, a Mumbai's suburb, to convey the state of the relationship among the three main protagonists. They are trying to connect with each other, but the process is far from completion. It is the story of a struggling gay lyricist, an ageing prostitute and her physically challenged 12-years-old son. The film certainly isn't typical Bollywood fare. Their characters do not appear stereotypical, but a modern, sensitive and realistic portrait of people struggling to find happiness, with the ebbs and tides of human relationships.

TECHNICAL DATA



Director: Deepti Naval
Producer: Deepti Naval
Cinematography: Kiran Deohans
Music: Sandesh Shandilya
Script: Deepti Naval
Cast: Manisha Koirala

DIRECTOR


Deepti Naval

BIOGRAPHY

Deepti Naval began his film career with Ek Baar Phir in 1980. Since then she became one of the actresses most representative of her generation, garnering numerous successes in the eighties. Saath Saath, Chashma Buddoor or Mirch Masala, are some of the most popular films of that era. She also starred in the acclaimed Punjabi Marhi Da Diva (1989).
Having achieved stardom in roles participate more sporadically until she became interested in the address, which meant that in 2008 premiered her debut film, Do paise ki dhoop ki char aane ki baarish.
 

FILMOGRAPHY

- Ek Baar Phir (1980)- actresses
- Chashme Buddoor (1981)- actresses
- Saath Saath (1982)- actresses
- Mirch Masala (1985)- actresses
- Bawandar (2000)- actresses
- Firaaq (2008)- actresses
- Do paise ki dhoop char aane ki baarish (2009)- Director