Urmila Matondkar, the first Indian woman to win the Best Actress Award in the Academy Award’s Best Foreign Language Film category, also earned the Best Picture Oscar for her role in the film. Here’s a brief recap: First, let’s get the basics: The film is set in the year 2028.
Urmila is a former dancer who finds herself in a small village after her father passes away. In the film we get to see her take a trip to India and become a dancer in the country. We then find out that she is an orphan (this is a very important part of the film), and she is taken in by the local village’s leader as his adopted daughter.
Urmila is played by a young Akshay Kumar. Her father was an actor and director. He died at 52 when he was in his 20s, and she was the only one left in his household. The fact that she became a dancer to get money for her father’s funeral is a big part of the film, and the fact that she has her father’s last name in her passport is also a big part.
She is also the daughter of an Indian film director with his daughter, and has been on the verge of getting married to a man who is a member of the same family. But her father’s death has forced her to become an orphan, and she is taken in by the local village leader as his adopted daughter. In order to help the village with its problem of poverty, she becomes a dancer so that people can live a better life.
She’s a gorgeous young woman with a lot of charm and spirit. She’s very friendly and interesting. She’s quite the heroine.
Urmila is a very beautiful woman who is very much in love with her adopted brother, Rajesh. He is the village leader and one of the Visionaries. She is also the daughter of the head of the village, who is the only person who can save the village.
The movie is based on the life of Urmila’s mother and the village head. Rajesh is a very cool character, but he is actually quite evil. He has no regard for the people he rules over, and he wants to win Urmila for himself. The village leader is the one who actually forces Rajesh to do what he wants. Rajesh is really quite evil, especially when he is controlling his daughter’s life.
So when you see the movie, you want to see the village. I do think it’s a good movie which shows the village as a whole, but it’s also a good story.
The movie is a bit predictable, and its interesting to see the village head as the villain, but it’s also a bit too much of a stretch. This is a movie for adults, and after seeing it I still don’t know if I want to read or watch a story about a kid fighting her parents.