KANPUR: It is not the content of the film on the father-daughter relationship but it was the content of the daughter’s letter which made the father weepy. The daughter was snowed under the film’s subject showing an emotional topic. The movie is a comeback film for Sanjay Dutt who received full points from his daughter. Although the father was longing for the film’s trailer release on his own birthday yet it was released on Trishala’s birthday.
What Sanjay Dutt never thought came up startlingly and what his elder daughter never measured ensued to her surprise. Actually, the father got the daughter’s terse letter and the daughter learnt of the film’s trailer released on her very birthday. Both the matters astonished each other. The advantage was certainly with a daughter who was suffering for the father’s compassion and vice-versa. The daughter thanked the father apparently with gravity and gratitude which finds mentioned in her briefly written letter.
Even if the film’s title is very much indigenous, it will portray strong bonding between the father and the daughter. Sanjay Dutt as an actor seemed to instil a peculiar and vigorous life of his own. His open endeavour to show his acting tendency in line with the typical understanding of his increasing age clings to the film’s concise title.
Just as every lamp is a warm human moon, so the daughter’ every word is the crack of dawn. Perhaps we shall comprehend this point more clearly if we think of a daughter rather than a father. There was much which stands connected with Sanjay Dutt for her daughter, and more so than this natural or normal rationality. A daughter is always in comparison to her father at once more sensitive and saner. She writes: She is really proud of her dad. She is blessed to be a part of him.