I am not very much fond of movies but I choose to watch some of them that receive positive feedback and appreciations from the audience.
This Sunday, I went to see Mrs. Sulochana and after spending 2:30 hours with her, I didn't regret that I was caught up to book a gold class ticket.
The movie was simple yet meaningful and here I list out what ran through my mind after getting out of the theatre.
Tumhari Sulu is the one. Though the movie couldn't see the exciting earning at box office, Sulu's role is appreciated by all.
Marriage doesn't end a woman's life. Sulu has proved that it's never too late to start a career.
Staying optimistic and positive, leads life much more happier.
Married women have full right to live their dreams and do what they want.
Willing to do anything meaningful, is one of the virtues that Sulu inculcates.
A woman makes a house, a home.
Sulu is an inspiration for Indian women.
He was so cool in the role he played.
An understanding husband makes a woman's life beautiful.
An ideal husband lets his wife do what she desires for. He supports her, and stands with her all the way.
'Mutual understanding and trust' is what keeps a couple together for long run.
Job issues and stress should be tackled together.
An understanding couple makes a great partnership even in business.
Sulu and Ashok have a 11-year-old son Pranav. They both try to give their best to nurture him.
Parents at times, fail to understand what their kid is going through.
Parents should take the responsibility for their kid's emotional transformation along with physical growth.
They should know how their kid spends his breaks and leisure periods in school.
Parents should check their kid's school bag and homework every day.
Schools should keep on monitoring their kids and should make sure kids spend their school time in harmony.
My association with radio industry and my experience of being an RJ for eight long years was one of the reasons I went to watch the movie Tumhari Sulu.
Being an RJ is not that fancy as it looks from outside.
It takes way more effort to build a great show.
Being an RJ demands a lot of sacrifices.
RJs who run phone-in programmes should equally be respected.
Working in radio and serving the audience through voice is actually a beautiful job. At times, I miss being an RJ.
A woman like Sulu who manages family and job equally is a true professional. This is something, which is not everyone's cup of tea.
Life goes on... no matter what goes in your life, you are bound to do your regular chores.
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