i just finished watching a movie called 68 pages by sridar ragayan.
68 Pages : Director: Sridhar Rangayan | Genre: Drama | Produced In: 2007
Synopsis: A searingly honest film about five lives marked by pain and bound by hope - in 68 Pages of a counselor's diary. A transsexual bar dancer, a prostitute, a gay couple - characters often ignored by Bollywood take center stage to tell their stories of pain and trauma, of happiness and hope, of stories never dealt with sensitively. Coming from a country like India that is still in denial, '68 Pages' rips open the underbelly of its society to reveal how it stigmatizes and shuns those who are HIV+ or even those who just want to be what they are.
it stirred something inside me that i thought i lost a long time ago when my serene world came crashing down. my strength to fight the odds. despite what people may think of me, i never let it keep me down or stop me from proving my sceptics wrong. why now? because i realized in my struggle, no one will ever understand me. no one. when there is expectation for one to understand you for who you are, and not discriminate it, you will be crushed when the ones you look upon doesn't. forget about the world, people will keep talking as long as they have tounges but when the ones you love act the same way when all this while they have supported you, cared for you and stood up for you.... let you down, you will shatter into tiny pieces. thats what happened to me. so from now on, no more expectation,
but this movie told an entire diffrent message. learn to love again. love life, love who you are. never loose hope. and most importantly, learn to live your life as from pain , blooms hope and from hope, will bloom love that will fill your lifes eternally.