Nami Kakul’s ‘Dead in the West’ is arguably the most powerful film of 2015.
The film is about a young girl who is taken away by the police in Mumbai and brought to the city to be experimented on by the authorities.
But her new home isn’t in the city but in a remote village called Kulkashree, an area about 1,500km from Mumbai.
Kulkarnis family is one of those who is being experimented on in this remote village.
Her father, Nandini, is a taxi driver.
Her mother, Kala, is the housekeeper.
The couple’s only child is Nami.
The film’s narrative is a very powerful one and the story of Nami’s life is also very emotional.
However, it’s a film that is not without its flaws.
Its characters are presented with a lot of emotion and in the film’s ending, Kulkararni is given the name Nami Kapil, a play on the Indian words for ‘dead’ and ‘blessed’.
Nami is the daughter of a farmer who has been living with a disability for years and who had lost both her legs as a child.
She is also the sister of a man who is a tailor.
Her family has to live in the remote village in order to survive.
Her father, who has lost both his legs, suffers from arthritis and is confined to the home.
Nami’s mother is also a housekeeper who works as a driver in the nearby village.
In the end, Nami is able to come back home to her family.
However, the family doesn’t live in a normal society.
Her parents are also experimenting on her in a house in the village, with a nurse being present on duty and a doctor nearby.
She is also placed in a different room, in a separate room, and she is kept there for four days.
She is taken to a hospital in the next town, where she undergoes physical and psychological tests.
She was given morphine, which is a powerful narcotic.
Nami and her family are treated with great respect and the hospital nurse is very respectful to her.
However, her family is also being experimented upon by the Indian police and they are also being taken to the hospital.
Nami has to go through a number of tests before she is given morphine.
Even her father is in the hospital and is constantly being monitored by a doctor who has an electric leg.
The film ends on a very emotional note, but this is where the film suffers.
Despite the fact that she is suffering, Nati’s character is able in the end to save the family.
Her story is not well told, but it is a good one. Read more: