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Kaya Taran: A Film on Communal Violence and Identity Crisis
Kaya Taran (English title: Chrysalis) is a 2004 Hindi film directed by Sashi Kumar and based on a short story by N.S. Madhavan. The film explores the themes of communal violence, identity crisis and human rights through the lives of two women who are affected by the 1984 anti-Sikh riots and the 2002 Gujarat riots.
The film begins with Preet, a shy young journalist, visiting a convent for aged nuns in Meerut to do a story on conversions. His meeting with Sister Agatha, a Malayalee nun who manages the convent, rekindles the memories of an incident that took place in the convent way back in 1984, taking the narrative in the flashback.
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A young Sikh woman, Amarjeet Kaur, along with her 8-year-old son Jaggi, escaping from marauding rioters seeks refuge in the convent. The nuns give them a place to hide making the mother wear nun's robes and cutting the boy's long hair to conceal their identities. The young boy gradually settles in and becomes part of the convent life giving the nuns something to look forward to in their staid daily routine. The nuns refuse to give in to constant threats from the pursuers plotting Amarjeet's and Jaggi's escape.
The plot moves to and fro in time to reveal how Preet makes peace with his troubled past while re-claiming the outward symbol of his identity. The film concludes showing Preet wearing a turban.
Cast and Crew
Isaac Thomas Kottukapally
A. Sreekar Prasad
The film received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike for its subtle and sensitive portrayal of the complex issues of communalism and conversion. The film won the Aravindan Puraskaram, given to the best debut film-maker, for 2004, for its "deft handling of a theme of contemporary relevance through sensitive imageries, carefully orchestrated sound design and finely etched characters."
Praising Sashi Kumar's subtle handling, Soumya Menon wrote in India Times, "Instead of the high-pitched Hindu-Muslim divide, he decided to stage the dilemmas of conversion on the reverberations that followed in the wake of massacre of the Sikh community. Nor did he draw on the horror and gore of the riots or the Khalistan movement to add spice. Sashi instead introspects into the epistemology of communal conversions and questions the relevance of the very religious identity that sparks such anger and outrage."
Where to Watch
The film is not available for download or streaming online as of now. However, you can watch it on DVD or VCD if you can find a copy. The film was also screened at various film festivals across the world, such as the International Film Festival of India in Goa, the INPUT Festival in Taipei, the Kerala International Film Festival, and the Mumbai International Film Festival.
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