Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Movie Analysis

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"Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar: The untold truth" represents cinematic excellence at it best. The film has successfully recreated the life of one of the greatest visionaries of all time. The movie is a saga of a man who was hailed as a messiah and simultaneously as a traitor. His opponent was none other than Mahatma Gandhi. Its talks about his struggle in an unjust society where there was no place for the lowest strata of the Hindu Social order. The most beautiful thing I found about the movie is that Ambedkar not only rallied for Dalits rights but also for woman in form of Hindu Code Bill. He was a man who belongs to everyone in the society, who wishes the Indian society to be an egalitarian one. The movie covers most important events in Ambedkar 's life: his education in New York and London, his fight for untouchables, Ambedkar-Gandhi debate and his conversion to Buddhism.

The movie was directed by Jabbar Patel and it was commercially released in 2000.The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment and the government of Maharashtra jointly funded the movie which was made with a budget of 8.95 crores. The production was managed by National Film Development corporation of India. The film casted Mammoothy, a Malayalam superstar who won the National Award for his sterling performance in the film. He was chosen for his resemblance in looks with Dr. Ambedkar. The film deserves praise for its set that recreated the atmosphere of the early 20th century. Sonali Kulkarni played the role of

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