A Deo & Kusum creation – WOH…torn between hatred and love
Screening Event Cinema, Mt Gravatt 27th May @ 7pm / 28th May @ 2pm
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Australia like many other developed countries has welcomed migrants from all walks of life to settle and lead a prosperous life here. Getting a permanent residency or citizenship is the first phase. Settling down is the next phase. Director of Hindi Film WOH, which has been filmed in Melbourne, believes that the greatest challenge for humanity is integration. It is far more challenging than the global warming.
In light of above Tri Avatar Productions, a film company owned by Deo and Kusum Narayan of Melbourne, Australia, have decided to make a series of films with human values. Deo added that films were a very good medium for spreading messages in the community. Film WOH has a lot of social statements and values, which is bound to get the audience thinking about what can be done by ordinary people in the area of improving integration.
WOH, which has all the ingredients of a Bollywood film, has endeavored to highlight either explicitly or subtly the following:
The mission of Sathya Sai Baba – Unity of Faith teachings by Him – a Phenomenon that the world might have missed.
- The great work by Commodore Bainimarama – A leader who deserves the Nobel Peace Prize.
- Brahmans – a group of people who can bring peace and contentment in the world
- Women – through their sacrifice can bring happiness to many others around them
- People suffering from Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Autism – should not be left in isolation. They were once a part of our society.
- Love happens – there are no bounds such as wealth, colour or religion.
- Friends in Need – Are Friends in deed.
Review of WOH
On the breakup of her marriage, London-based Costina (Taruna Arora) returns home to Melbourne and gets involved in rebuilding her father’s business. It is here that she learns of the huge positive contribution, which was made by Satyajeet (Vinay Chauhan), the ex-Manager of her father’s immigration consultancy firm, in expanding the business and creating a great fun-loving team. Costina is however surprised that though Satyajeet is the prime suspect for the murder of his Australian mother-in-law Margaret (Rosalind Holz), he continues to have a very loyal following amongst all the employees. Intrigued, Costina explores more and learns that consequent to the murder of Margaret, Satyajeet has lost his mental balance and is lodged in a mental health facility. Costina tries to help Satyajeet to recover and solve the murder mystery. While doing so she gets closer to Sathyajeet. Close enough to fall in love with him. However the story takes a different turn when Costina realizes that she still has feelings for her estranged husband. The story of Woh is also sprinkled with humor, romance, love, compassion, care and trust.
Is Sathyajeet charged for the murder of his mother in-law? Does Costina choose Sathayajeet over her husband? Does Sathayjeet survive the therapy? To find out the answers one has to watch WOH.