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Bastar Twitter Analysis: Success or Failure? See How The Naxal Story, Adah Sharma’s Most Recent Film, Is Doing


<p>Filmmaker Sudipto Sen returns with his much awaited film, “Bastar: The Naxal Story,” after the triumph of “The Kerala Story.” This criminal thriller, which stars Adah Sharma in the main role, opened in cinemas on March 15. Bastar explores the difficult subject of Naxalism in an attempt to understand its causes and effects, yet it does so in a rather straightforward manner. The historical background of the 1910 Bastar uprising in what is now Chhattisgarh serves as the basis for the movie. Both the general people and critics have differing opinions about the terrorist drama. Some people applauded it, while others voiced concern, calling it too ‘brutal’ and ‘disturbing.’</p>
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<p>Soon after the movie’s theatrical release, movie buffs and early spectators posted their opinions on social media. One commenter said, “#BastarTheNaxalStory. The fantastic film.adored it. 5 out of 5.#Bastarreviews. “#BastarTheNaxalStory review: DISASTER,” said an additional Fictional narrative driven by political motivations that is unrelated to reality. The picture will suffer greatly from awkward language, overacting, poor editing, a sluggish storyline, and other issues.” “#BastarFilm is a Brutal & Blunt Film which will leave an unforgettable impact on the audience,” said the third commenter. The picture gains value from its brutal combat scenes, the heroics of Adah Sharma, and its compelling supporting cast. The BG and climax were not up to par.”</p>
<p>Another person said, “Congrats to the creators of #TheKeralaStory for once again bringing the unsaid tales to light. A powerful film, #BastarTheNaxalStory, tells the story of actual events that would never be made public. Once again, creators showed courage by taking on the risky topic of naIaxs and how they functioned, as well as how they made life in Bastar unpleasant for those who lived there. I feel that @sudiptoSENtlm’s direction deserves recognition since he has produced excellent work. Neeraja has done a fantastic job, @adah_sharma. She exudes such strong emotions that it truly gives you chills, particularly at the pivotal meeting with the home minister. Additionally, #indiratiwari’s acting and emotional portrayal of her role were outstanding. These films serve as eye openers.”</p>
<p>Regarding Bastar: The Narcotic Tale<br />
The video explores this story in great detail, illuminating the dangerous yet covert actions of a gang accountable for the horrific murder of 76 CRPF jawans. Even in the face of such horrifying catastrophes, these incidents are often hidden from public view by a fog of silence.</p>
<p>The film, which was directed by Sudipto Sen, follows the divergent paths of a mother and son after a common personal tragedy. Indira Tiwari and Naman Jain play the mother and son, respectively. It also explores a Supreme Court ruling that clarifies only the relationship between communism and naxalism.</p>


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