But this comfortable equation changes when Nitin makes a shocking revelation. Review: It takes guts for the father of a teenaged boy to come out of the closet. And even more, to profess the truth to him.
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The kid, who fancies looking at adult magazines and has a crush on a girl from the neighbouring school, is shattered when he discovers why his parents are getting a divorce. Director Tanuj Bhramar whips up a charming story that effectively beats the stigma of homosexuality. He paints a poignant tale filled with warmth and some genuine sweet moments. User Reviews. Sagar Singh days ago Follow good movie. Vijay Jamwal 5 days ago Follow nice. Raman Kumar 31 days ago Follow very nicely shown father-son relations. Gnpblr days ago Follow Great movie. Vijay Bali days ago Follow good m.
Show All. Arvind Swamy wraps up the shoot of 'Dhruva'. Tanuj Bhramar is happy with positive response to 'Dear Arvind Swamy is tailor-made for my movie. See All. From around the web. The secret comes tumbling out in a rather matter-of-fact manner within a few minutes into the film. And the crucial moment does nothing for the viewer. In fact, it feels too contrived, playing out like yet another one of the flavour of the season narratives, without any nuances or subtleties bolstering the representation.
Whatever is there to the plot is too shallow to keep it afloat for even 90 odd minutes. No interesting situations, interactions, emotions to give any heft to the troubled father-son relationship. That, unfortunately, lapses into sheer tantrum-throwing and some nonsensical, unfunny tripe about a quack called Baba Bangali.
And out of the blue the lad becomes proud of his father.
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Film review: ‘Dear Dad’, this could have been a better movie
The slow and steady passage from love to hatred and pride would have been a profound and poignant journey that the film doesn't quite embark on. It's in too much of a hurry to reach nowhere. Namrata Joshi. Dear Dad deserves a watch simply for the profound point it makes about accepting people for who they are and loving them unconditionally.
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Mohar Basu. Go watch this short, sensitive film that gives out the message that parenthood has nothing to do with one's sexuality. That all every family needs is a little more love to make the scars heal.
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