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Matrubhoomi A Nation Without Women: A woman, attended by two midwives, is giving birth in a small village in India. When the child's cry rings, the father bangs on a steel plate to attract the attention of all the villagers, who assemble, eager to hear the good news. But when the midwife announces that the child is a daughter, the banging stops, followed by a stunned silence. Shortly thereafter the father takes the baby and drowns it in a Calderon of milk. This practice continues on and as a result, many years later there are men and boys everywhere and no women. A widowed man, Ramsharan, ponders his plight and that of his two grown son, who he is unable to get married. No marriage has taken in this village for 15 years, save for one, which was annulled as the young 14-year old bride turned out to be a 14 year old boy. But there is hope when a friend informs Ramsharan that he has located a bride for his eldest, a beautiful young woman named Kalki, who lives nearby, sheltered by her father. Ramsharan pays a substantial dowry for Kalki and gets her married to his eldest - or so he hopes - for every male in the village, including his younger son, Sooraj, and he himself wants a piece of Kalki - for himself - and are willing to do anything to satiate their non-existent sex-life.

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Released: September 10, 2003
Runtime: 99 mins
Genres: Drama
Countries: France India
Director: Manish Jha
Actors: Aditya Srivastava Mukesh Bhatt Pankaj Jha Sanjeev Kumar Sudhir Pandey Sushant Singh

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Posted by kokanee_vtec 2 years, 8 months ago
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Very touching film.

Posted by kiwi_downunder 3 years, 8 months ago
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HA, no sense when they thought having son's would be best for the family!! LOL at stupidity and not having the hindsight to forsee the error in the future.... :-D

Posted by bettypage2000 2 years, 2 months ago
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Great movie with both a great story line and actors as well. Hard to find but it's out there. It is a very moving picture, well worth a one time watch at the very least. 4.5/5.

Posted by toxicbaby 3 years, 11 months ago
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submitted a megavideo link good movie.very true concept 8/10

Posted by sarjun 2 years, 5 months ago
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Links Please :)

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