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Ritesh Batra's workshop with Farah Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui at Merwan Cafe

A workshop was conducted by  Ritesh Batra’s production company Poetic License with Farah Khan and actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui on April 4 at Merwan Cafe in Grant road. 347 more words

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Ritesh Batra's workshop with casting directors Atul Mongia (Queen) and Seher Latif (The Lunchbox, Fast and Furious 7)

A workshop was conducted by  Ritesh Batra’s production company Poetic License with India’s brightest and media shy Casting Directors, Atul Mongia (Queen, Lootera, Shaghai, Titli) and Seher Latif (Lunchbox, Tigers, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel part 1 and 2, Fast and Furious 7, Zero Dark Thirty, Eat Pray Love) on March 27 at Excelsior Cafe in Fort.  203 more words

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Conclusion

The Lunchbox is a delightful film that explores the various themes very well. It is no wonder why all the reviews of this film are so high because it is a film that we can all relate to in some way. 89 more words

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Conflict Analysis

Internal conflict is experienced by both Ila and Saajan. Ila is a housewife who is following in the tradition of her family of taking care of her husband and family. 670 more words

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Thematic Analysis: Movement

Movement is another theme that is explored in this film. The Lunchbox captures the essence of how busy life is in urban cities. Everyone is constantly on the move and this is explored through the scenes of the moving trains, traffic, the movement of the dabbawalas and people in general. 660 more words

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Thematic Analysis: Shifting Emotional Positions (Saajan)

Shaikh is the replacement for the soon-to-retire Saajan. Saajan shrugs off his many attempts to initiate any kind of companionship, but Shaikh is not deterred, even intimating to Saajan that he is an orphan. 727 more words

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Thematic Analysis: Gender Roles

Gender roles is a major theme examined in this film. Ila’s life surrounds her husband and daughter’s needs, the film writer examines the role of women through her life. 859 more words

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