At the point when Sanjay Leela Bhansali concocted Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam in 1999, it was an all together unique period where it was difficult for somebody to get hitched to the individual they love. What the people will think about the matter, was the most extreme worry to families who might pressurize their youngsters to abide by the societal guidelines. Individuals would fear requesting to live on their own terms. Slice to 2018, we have a movie like Manmarziyaan – an Anurag Kashyap directorial that demonstrates a free and lively Rumi played by Taapsee Pannu finding escapes from family and responsibility all alone but strikingly likewise agrees upon the general mindset of the present generation.
The motivation behind drawing parallels between Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and Manmarziyaan is on account that the theme of both the movies is the same, yet the treatment is different. In Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, we saw how Nandini (Aishwarya Rai) miserably falls in love with Sameer (Salman Khan) until her family chooses to put them separated by coercively getting her wedded to Vanraj (Ajay Devgn). Be that as it may, not long after in the wake of becoming acquainted with about reality, the spouse then decides to forfeit his marriage and rejoin his better half to her lover with the affection for her life. This in the end influences her to understand the genuine importance of adoration and she chooses to not break her marriage.
In Manmarziyaan, although we see a similar love triangle between Taapsee Pannu (Rumi), Vicky Kaushal (Vicky) and Abhishek Bachchan (Robbie) but here the decisions are not controlled by families but by the individuals themselves. Rumi played by Taapsee asks nobody before falling in love with Vicky, losing her virginity before marriage. In fact, she doesn’t even care a damn when her family opposes to her relationship until Vicky refuses to take up the responsiblity when she asks him to get married to her. She gives him several chances to stand up for their relationship but he hesitates…eventually forcing her with no choice but to marry someone of her family’s choice.
In Manmarziyaan however, Taspsee is not forced by her family. Infact her family abides to what she decides for herself and that is how the current generation is different from the earlier generations!
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