Pune: The much awaited film Poshter Girl based on Female infanticide and Agricultural problems is presented in social satire is released all over Maharashtra today. To appreciate the cinema Pune crime branch Sr. Inspector Jadhav felicitated the poshter girl Sonali Kulkarni.
Sr. inspector Jadhav said, “Female infanticide is leading to imbalance of sex ratio. There are more males then females. This is going to give females more power and dowry system will end. There are bad things to female infanticide too, there will be very less girls to marry to and make family. India has the most female infanticide cases as compared to other countries and it has to stop or else people will face lots of complicatedness later on”.
The film is about a village called Tekawade and how due to female infanticide and a rampant misogynist thinking, the village is devoid of any young girl. Tekawade has been blacklisted by all the neighboring villages and nobody is willing to marry off their daughters into that village. However, a strong willed and pretty girl named Rupali (Sonalee Kulkarni) comes to live in the village and all hell break’s loose. A group of five young men – Bharatrao (Hrishikesh Joshi), Bajrang (Aniket Vishwasrao), Arjun (Siddharth Menon), Ramesh (Akshay Tanksale) and Suresh (Sandeep Pathak) – enter into a game of one-upmanship to win Rupali’s heart and get her hand in marriage.
Inspector Jadhav in support of the film will be conducting self-defense camps in five colleges of Pune in the coming week.
Viacom 18 motion picture- Chalo film banayein produced ‘Poshter Girl’ is now in all the nearest theatres.
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