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  • sonchiraiya.in - SónChiraiya @sonchiraiya.in 5 days ago
  • #wedding season in #india is all year round and we have just the right collection to get you going!
This beautiful #lehenga , in light #blue shades is stitched in gathering style. The bronze gota work represents the culturally rich state of Rajasthan, and gives the outfit a traditionally rich look. 
The blouse is made in peplum style with detailed intricacy of sequins and handwork on the same. 
We have matched the outfit with an organza dupatta in blush #pink color to reflect the feminine sense of the outfit.

#silk #indian #organza #blush #fashion #clothes #shoppingonline #sonchiriya #sonchiraiya #wedding season in #india is all year round and we have just the right collection to get you going! This beautiful #lehenga , in light #blue shades is stitched in gathering style. The bronze gota work represents the culturally rich state of Rajasthan, and gives the outfit a traditionally rich look. The blouse is made in peplum style with detailed intricacy of sequins and handwork on the same. We have matched the outfit with an organza dupatta in blush #pink color to reflect the feminine sense of the outfit. #silk #indian #organza #blush #fashion #clothes #shoppingonline #sonchiriya #sonchiraiya
  • #wedding season in #india is all year round and we have just the right collection to get you going! This beautiful #lehenga , in light #blue shades is stitched in gathering style. The bronze gota work represents the culturally rich state of Rajasthan, and gives the outfit a traditionally rich look. The blouse is made in peplum style with detailed intricacy of sequins and handwork on the same. We have matched the outfit with an organza dupatta in blush #pink color to reflect the feminine sense of the outfit. #silk #indian #organza #blush #fashion #clothes #shoppingonline #sonchiriya #sonchiraiya
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ژانر : اکشن،غم انگیز
IMDb : 8/10
‎ داستان فیلم که در دهه 1970 و در دره چامبال اتفاق می افتد، بر روی گروهی تمرکز دارد که در آن برهه زمانی، مسبب اصلی ایجاد رعب و وحشت در منطقه مرکزی و حیاتی هند بودند… #sonchiriya ژانر : اکشن،غم انگیز IMDb : 8/10 ‎ داستان فیلم که در دهه 1970 و در دره چامبال اتفاق می افتد، بر روی گروهی تمرکز دارد که در آن برهه زمانی، مسبب اصلی ایجاد رعب و وحشت در منطقه مرکزی و حیاتی هند بودند…
  • #sonchiriya ژانر : اکشن،غم انگیز IMDb : 8/10 ‎ داستان فیلم که در دهه 1970 و در دره چامبال اتفاق می افتد، بر روی گروهی تمرکز دارد که در آن برهه زمانی، مسبب اصلی ایجاد رعب و وحشت در منطقه مرکزی و حیاتی هند بودند…
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  • lifeisacinemahall - Vineet Upendra @lifeisacinemahall 2 weeks ago
  • Detailed review in bio link
#sonchiriya (2019):4.5/5
Director Abhishek Chaubey directs this grimy, hard-to-look-away from project lacing his effort with despair. Writing with Sudip Sharma, Chaubey trudges into the badlands of Chambal in 1975, tagging along the baaghi (rebels) group of dacoits as they cross the ravines, side-stepping the arms of the law, and into hiding. Headlined by Man Singh (Manoj Bajpayee), the ragtag group consists of clearly etched, ragged characters such as Lakhna Singh (Sushant Singh Rajput) and Vakil Singh (Ranvir Shorey, edgy, snarling, and very good). A tip to loot a family leads the gang into what will be the first of searingly shot shoot-outs, this one droning across roof-tops. This is where the head of the Special Task Force (STF), Virender Singh Gujjar, walks into the splendid action, and Ashutosh Rana plays him with a force that's haunting in its gumption and motive, as he vows to track down this specific band of bad brothers. Even as the band zig-zags the cops and a stunning betrayal, the cauldron of discrimination that's gender and caste-based boils with the character of Indumati Tomar (Bhumi Pednekar). The director captures the roiling fury of caste storms and undercurrents that envelope the entire movie. Add to it the solid background score and haunting songs  and you get one of 2019's best movies. The cast is mind-bogglingly good, with Bhumi Pednekar delivering a flawless, feisty performance that knocks you out, she wearing her desperation and fluttering courage with controlled fierceness. Sushant Singh Rajput and Manoj Bajpayee are both terrific, the former in possibly his best act, a stab of earnest, righteous rigor, the latter brooding and world-weary, his face a map of the ravine's treacherous past and foreboding of the vultures-circling future; both haunted by a past that ties up the entire bullet-riddled fate of its characters. But it's not the guns that echo long after you've watched the movie. From its timeline circa Emergency into another century, the die that's cast is still the caste and patriarchy. And scarily, those are the perniciously fatal and unputdownable forces to reckon with even today. #abhishekchaubey Detailed review in bio link #sonchiriya (2019):4.5/5 Director Abhishek Chaubey directs this grimy, hard-to-look-away from project lacing his effort with despair. Writing with Sudip Sharma, Chaubey trudges into the badlands of Chambal in 1975, tagging along the baaghi (rebels) group of dacoits as they cross the ravines, side-stepping the arms of the law, and into hiding. Headlined by Man Singh (Manoj Bajpayee), the ragtag group consists of clearly etched, ragged characters such as Lakhna Singh (Sushant Singh Rajput) and Vakil Singh (Ranvir Shorey, edgy, snarling, and very good). A tip to loot a family leads the gang into what will be the first of searingly shot shoot-outs, this one droning across roof-tops. This is where the head of the Special Task Force (STF), Virender Singh Gujjar, walks into the splendid action, and Ashutosh Rana plays him with a force that's haunting in its gumption and motive, as he vows to track down this specific band of bad brothers. Even as the band zig-zags the cops and a stunning betrayal, the cauldron of discrimination that's gender and caste-based boils with the character of Indumati Tomar (Bhumi Pednekar). The director captures the roiling fury of caste storms and undercurrents that envelope the entire movie. Add to it the solid background score and haunting songs  and you get one of 2019's best movies. The cast is mind-bogglingly good, with Bhumi Pednekar delivering a flawless, feisty performance that knocks you out, she wearing her desperation and fluttering courage with controlled fierceness. Sushant Singh Rajput and Manoj Bajpayee are both terrific, the former in possibly his best act, a stab of earnest, righteous rigor, the latter brooding and world-weary, his face a map of the ravine's treacherous past and foreboding of the vultures-circling future; both haunted by a past that ties up the entire bullet-riddled fate of its characters. But it's not the guns that echo long after you've watched the movie. From its timeline circa Emergency into another century, the die that's cast is still the caste and patriarchy. And scarily, those are the perniciously fatal and unputdownable forces to reckon with even today. #abhishekchaubey
  • Detailed review in bio link #sonchiriya (2019):4.5/5 Director Abhishek Chaubey directs this grimy, hard-to-look-away from project lacing his effort with despair. Writing with Sudip Sharma, Chaubey trudges into the badlands of Chambal in 1975, tagging along the baaghi (rebels) group of dacoits as they cross the ravines, side-stepping the arms of the law, and into hiding. Headlined by Man Singh (Manoj Bajpayee), the ragtag group consists of clearly etched, ragged characters such as Lakhna Singh (Sushant Singh Rajput) and Vakil Singh (Ranvir Shorey, edgy, snarling, and very good). A tip to loot a family leads the gang into what will be the first of searingly shot shoot-outs, this one droning across roof-tops. This is where the head of the Special Task Force (STF), Virender Singh Gujjar, walks into the splendid action, and Ashutosh Rana plays him with a force that's haunting in its gumption and motive, as he vows to track down this specific band of bad brothers. Even as the band zig-zags the cops and a stunning betrayal, the cauldron of discrimination that's gender and caste-based boils with the character of Indumati Tomar (Bhumi Pednekar). The director captures the roiling fury of caste storms and undercurrents that envelope the entire movie. Add to it the solid background score and haunting songs  and you get one of 2019's best movies. The cast is mind-bogglingly good, with Bhumi Pednekar delivering a flawless, feisty performance that knocks you out, she wearing her desperation and fluttering courage with controlled fierceness. Sushant Singh Rajput and Manoj Bajpayee are both terrific, the former in possibly his best act, a stab of earnest, righteous rigor, the latter brooding and world-weary, his face a map of the ravine's treacherous past and foreboding of the vultures-circling future; both haunted by a past that ties up the entire bullet-riddled fate of its characters. But it's not the guns that echo long after you've watched the movie. From its timeline circa Emergency into another century, the die that's cast is still the caste and patriarchy. And scarily, those are the perniciously fatal and unputdownable forces to reckon with even today. #abhishekchaubey
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