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MOVIE REPORT: “Trishna”
2/16/14

Trisha is a powerful Indian movie that tells the story of a poor young woman who fell in love with the son of a wealthy business man. Trishna, the main character is played by Freida Pinto and her love interest Jay, is played by Riz Ahmed. This movie is set in contemporary Rajasthan which is the largest state in the republic of India in 2011.
Jay is the son of a wealthy business man who has returned home to India to work in his father’s hotel business. Trishna meets Jay by chance when she was dancing at a hotel lobby and he is instantly attracted by her beauty and her plight. He offers her a job working in one of his father’s hotels and she accepts the position out of necessity because her father was involved in a car accident which left him disabled. At first things went well in their romance, Jay is very generous and he even sponsors Trishna to take a course in hotel management. They seem to be genuinely falling in love even though their romance would cross class barriers which would pose a threat to the relationship.
Things took a drastic turn one evening after they shared a kiss, Trishna returned home to her father in a frantic manner and later found out she was pregnant. Whether she was raped by Jay is unclear in the movie. After a lot of pressure from her family, she reluctantly aborted the pregnancy. Jay later found Trishna and convinced her to move with him to Mumbai. After a short lived happy spell in Mumbai, Jay started showing the cruel and cold blooded side of him. His physical and emotional attitude towards Trishna changed for the worse. Jay left Trishna in Mumbai and flew to London knowing the apartment lease has expired and Trishna was forced to vacate the apartment in his absence. Jay father disapproves of the relationship and pulls him away. He later finds Trishna and…...

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