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DNMUM434145 | 3/30/2019 | Author : Meena Iyer | WC :449

Movie review by Meena Iyer

Notebook (Romance, Drama)
Cast: Zaheer Iqbal, Pranutan Bahl
Direction: Nitin Kakkar
Written by: Mohammed Darab Farooqi
Duration: 1 hour, 55 minutes
Language: Hindi (U)
Rating: 3/5 (3 Star)
Story: Adapted from the Thai film, Teacher’s Diary (2014), the film begins with an ex-army officer Kabir (Zaheer) returning to Kashmir to be a school teacher. Contrary to what he anticipated, the school is located in the middle of the remote Wular Lake. It not only lacks basic facilities like running water and electricity but is also attended by just a handful of students. The narrative picks pace after Kabir finds a notebook left behind by the previous year’s teacher, Firdau
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