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Rashmi Rocket: The Story of an Indian Female Athlete

“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”

-         Nelson Mandela

Film Director : Akarsh Khurana

Film Cast : Taapsee Pannu, Priyanshu Painuli, Abhishek Banerjee, Supriya Pathak, Akash Khurana, Manoj Joshi, Chirag Bora, Varun Badola, Supriya Pilgaonkar, Shweta Tripathi.

Movie Time : 02:09

Movie Platform : zee5

Review on this movie :-

The story of this film is good. A serious issue like a 'gender test' has been raised. In which players are disqualified in a wrong way in the name of rules in India. But in many countries this rule is being told wrong. There are some scenes in the film which have nothing to do with reality. Like the earthquake that happened in Bhuj many years ago in real life, it was used to cause the death of the father by showing it in the film. But nothing happened to Rashmi running in the same field, it did not feel real. All the actors performed well but their acting seemed less strong in the process of taking the story forward on a fast pace. In the 'mine scene' in which everyone runs. And Rashmi reaches faster to that person from everyone else, and saves that person. And, Then the mine explodes and a cloud of dust rises.

After clearing the dust, we see Rashmi and another person standing. Laughing and cleaning the dust from their clothes as if nothing has happened. Whereas a real mine explosion causes a loud explosion, humans either die or fall away to a large distance and get seriously injured. But nothing happened to them.

Also, the movie gives a very good message that inspires parents to educate girls and be supportive.

Storyline of the movie :-

On the night of 5 October 2014, Two cops visit a girl's hostel. And, stated that "there has been a complaint that a boy has entered here", And went straight to a room and knock on the door. That room was of Rashmi Veera (heroine). She asks the cops "Who are you?", But the cops 'slap her', make her sit in their jeep to take her to the police station at night without any female cops. That's when the story reaches Bhuj, 14 years back. In which it is shown that Rashmi's parents are flying kite and mother asks little Rashmi to wear frock. But she wants to wear jeans, then the father says "wear what you are like to wear". On this mother says to the father that "she is a girl, please keep some restrictions as per the society rules". but, rashmi's father leaves her free to do anything, saying "Listen to your heart". Little Rashmi makes both the parents happy by wearing jeans under the frock. Then the kite got cut off. Father asks Rashmi "My rocket! Go and bring the kite back" and The rest of the boys who run to catch the cut kite are left behind by Rashmi and Rashmi gets the kite. Now little Rashmi grows up in the tussle of these parents and becomes a track guide in Bhuj. Mother encourages the women of the village in studies, business and self-confidence. In which Rashmi also supports her.

Ejaz Qureshi is a senior army officer who considers Rashmi as a daughter. When Rashmi goes to meet him, he joins her with Captain Gagan (Hero). Tells him that "He has come here with his comrades to train for the marathon, so you take him to the track line to explore". This is how the captain, his two companions and Rashmi tour. One of Gagan's friends is about to go to the mine by mistake, he is wearing headphones. So they all run to save him, but Rashmi saves him by running faster than everyone else. Gagan got impressed and asks her to become an athelete. But she refuses. Ejaz Qureshi tells Gagan that "she is our rocket, in her childhood she used to run the fastest, and now she runs from it". Gag

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