Hansa

Hansa

The Uttarakhand mountains (some of portions have been shot in Sonapani, the lovely homestay owned and run by Ashish Arora, who has co-produced the film)  have a sparse beauty, which rubs off on this film. What 'Hansa' tells us is that childhood is not always about fun and games: the stealing of a 'lucky' five rupee coin can have life-threatening consequences. And yet, being a child is also about magic. The stolen coin can be `found'. So can a missing parent. Anything is possible. Isn't it?

shubhra.gupta@expressindia.com

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