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G Kutta Se Official Trailer | In Cinemas JUNE 9
In a small village not too far from Delhi, three lives explode around taboos of love and lust. Diksha, still just a girl, is caught unguarded on camera, besmirching the "honour" of her parents. Kiran, in love with the wrong boy, becomes the target of another man's lustful vengeance, "dishonouring" her family. And Virender, a young man cruising the streets at will, enjoys all the acts society forbids women, protecting or destroying their "honour" as he wills. Set in the hinterlands of Haryana, known for high rates of female foeticide G explores the murky world of sexual transgression and honour killings in India.
The movie revolves around a little boy, Hansa and his sister, Cheeku. Their father has mysteriously disappeared while the mother is pregnant and about to deliver. Their father disappeared with outstanding loans and now it is left to young Cheeku has to prevent her house from getting sold and is at the receiving end of a powerful villagers lecherous advances while little Hansa is too restless and distracted to pay attention to all the trouble his sister is facing. For Hansa his troubles revolve around a small red tennis ball which has got entangled in a huge inaccessible tree, a five rupee coin stolen from a local bully and all the travails of a boy and his closest friend Raku playing hokey from school and asking the time.... The film was released in India by PVR Pictures as part of their "Director's Rare" film package on 28 December 2012. Hansa has received good critical acclaim after its premiere at the 2012 OSIAN CINEFAN's International Film Festival Hansa was awarded Best Film Audience Vote and Best Film Critics Award. Hansa has also been cited by BBC as one of the must watch Hindi films of 2012 in India