Netflix’s latest film – Tribhanga: Tedhi Medhi Crazy is the story about a complex family and the journey of self-realization that they embark on. This intergenerational family drama with women and their unconventional decisions will resonate with people all across the world who share a bittersweet relationship with their parents.
In conversation with Kusha Kapila on Netflix’s Behensplaining, the team of Tribhanga: Tedhi Medhi Crazy spoke about their definition of a normal family. Director and writer – Renuka Shahane shared her thoughts on the definition of a normal family and said, “There can be a perfect family that can have dynamics which are broken and dysfunctional. I don’t think there can be a normal family because everyone is unique so our families are bound to be unique. Therefore, there is no such thing as normal. In fact, imperfections are normal and beautiful.”
Mithila Palkar, on her perspective of a normal family, said, “For me personally, dysfunctionality is normal. It took me some time to understand that every family is dysfunctional and that is what comforted me.”
Like the Odissi dance pose that is asymmetrical, yet mesmerising Netflix’s Tribhanga: Tedhi Medhi Crazy deals with the lives of the three female characters and their unconventional life choices. The film is written and directed by Renuka Shahane and has an ensemble cast consisting of Kajol, Tanvi Azmi, Mithila Palkar, Kunal Roy Kapur, Kanwaljeet Singh, Vaibhav Tatwawadi, and Manav Gohil.
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