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Life, when captured through Mira Nair’s lens, inevitably ends up being portrayed in full Technicolor, albeit with vignettes that might have gone unnoticed to those without the veteran director’s bent of mind. While critics and the box office had a field day punching holes in Vanity Fair, the maverick director cast aside criticism and has instead aired her latest, The Namesake, at the 31st Toronto International Film Festival. Based upon Jhumpa Lahiri’s widely popular book of the same name, the leap from pages to the silver screen has had critics waiting in watch, and at the cost of sounding corny… Nair’s on fire!
Lahiri’s fiction comprises equal parts melancholy mingled with the searing pain of loss and subsequent freedom gained, and since her narrative spanned two generations of Bengali émigrés, an adaptation to reel would always be no mean task.
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