Through a story that progresses with the interviews made by beautiful Meghna, MOHANDAS explores the question of identity loss: a man is lead to believe that he is no longer himself. With its musical sequences, this film goes back to the great tradition of Indian film, while detaching itself from it through the critical gaze it casts on the role of press within a society ruled by audience ratings and entertainment. At the same time, it sheds an unforgiving light on the plutocratic excesses of democracy. MOHANDAS thus depicts the helplessness of the individual face to the power of politics, economy, law and the media.
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