By Wand Agency
Streaming Indian cinema online-http://bit.ly/gBJqKE-trailer-of-dhobi-ghat-51kapp
trailer of dhobi ghat-Kiran Rao's Dhobi Ghat movie-desi.bestmoviesclub-Streaming Indian cinema online Move over Bollywood, because India is going indie. More precisely, it’s showing some early signs of returning to the auteur-driven sensibilities of a director like Satyajit Ray. Here, making her feature debut, Kiran Rao takes us to teeming Mumbai in the monsoon season, then glides fluidly through the urban strata embodied in her three principal characters â€“ an affluent Indian-American woman with photographic ambitions; a dour artist with a troubled marital past; and a hunky laundry boy (a dhobi) keen to climb out of the slums and into the movies. Perched on their different rungs, each is looking up or down the social ladder and doing the same thing but from different motives: peering, either curiously or enviously, into the lives of others. As they do, the film means to be the cinematic answer to Suketu Mehta’s book, Maximum City â€“ that is, it wants to draw a vibrant portrait of Mumbai in all its cruel beauty. Wants to, and almost succeeds.