Tribhanga, Tedhi Medhi Crazy - Review


Tribhanga: tedhi medhi crazy is one of the Netflix Original Films. It was released on the Netflix OTT platform on 15th January 2021. This movie is written and directed by Renuka Sahane and produced under Ajay Devgn FFilms. In this movie we see Kajol doing her debut digital appearance. Tanvi Azmi and Mithila Palkar are playing a prominent role. This entire movie is based on a "mother-daughter" relationship.


Nayantara Apte (Tanvi Azmi) started her recordings for her autobiography as she was a very famous Hindi writer. Suddenly she suffers from severe heart stroke and is admitted to the hospital by one of her students, who was helping her writing her autobiography. Then we see Anuradha (Kajol) leaving her all so glam up Odissi performance and visiting the hospital with her daughter Masha (Mithila Palkar). Nayantara gets in a coma and his daughter Anu and grand-daughter Masha look after her in the hospital. They talk about their past lives and problems.


The movie deals with the concept of abnormality are the new normal. People consider broken families and divorced families as abnormal, but this movie makes it clear for everyone that it is not so. The concept is far more different. The whole family deals with problems and communication gaps. It starts very subtly but ends drastically and will leave you with a heaviness in your throat.


Tribhanga is a standing body position or stance used in traditional Indian art and Indian classical dance forms like the Odissi. The body bends in one direction at the knees, the other direction at the hips, and then the other again at the shoulders and neck. The concept is highly taken from this that is not a perfect straight form. Renuka Sahane has done an amazing job by portraying the lives of three women with their own sense of difficulties. They are portrayed as entangled in their own situations, but eventually, they come over it. Women are shown as strong and independent in every possible way.


This is a family movie and should be watched by everyone. It is a wonderful women-centric movie. Tribhanga describes the life of a Single Mother.

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