Tribhanga movie release review
Bollywood has made many movies that star only male actors or usually have a romantic storyline. But Tribhanga is a film that totally stars women. This is clearly a ray of women’s empowerment.
Bollywood film Tribhanga written and directed by Renuka Shahane, is now streaming on Netflix. The movie stars Kajol, Mithila Palkar, and Tanvi Azmi in the lead roles, is the story of a dysfunctional family of women and their unconventional life choices.
A life-changing event draws together three generations of women to look back and introspect: were they right in their actions, and the things they thought about each other. Renuka Shahane’s directorial debut Tribhanga is a chamber piece that manages to go past its problems to brim over with real feeling.
Renuka Shahane said in a statement, “I wanted to capture the dysfunctional family dynamics when the core, the relationship with the mother, is shaky and unstable. I added three different generations to better reflect the intergenerational perspective in looking at the same event in three different ways.”
Kajol had a great time working on the women dominated set of Tribhanga. She shared, “There was so much estrogen on Tribhanga sets that we completely beat the testosterone. We had too much fun on the sets and cracked multiple dirty jokes. If you saw the BTS of this film – you would be in splits. We were so entertained during the shooting that we rolled on the floor laughing – it was a blast altogether.”
Ajay Devgan, Bannijay Asia, and Siddharth P Malhotra’s Alchemy Films back the film. It also stars Kunal Roy Kapur, Manav Gohil, and Vaibhav Tatwawaadi. In an earlier interview, Ajay had said Tribhanga is just the start of his relationship with Netflix.
“Tribhanga definitely marks the start of our relationship with Netflix. We will continue to work with them to tell as many stories as we can,” he said.