Virasat Film Analysis

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Virasat was an Indian feature film featuring Tabbu and Anil Kapoor. The story and the theme of the film – Anil Kapoor young man living in the modern world as a professional, following the urban norms and because of family legacy, he found himself back in his native village. PranjalDube’s story to a very significant extent runs parallel to this. He was a software professional working in Tata infotech in the late 90’s and early years of 2000. He was working on most modern softwares and applications for client’s world over – Germany, Great Britain, US – he was a successful career professional. He had a very interesting family legacy. He is from Dewas district, where we had also gone to see SamajPragatiSahiyog in tehseelBaguli, there is a tehseel of Khategaon around 50 – 70…show more content…
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