Rivers usually tend to flow along one path initially and divide into many later.
Here's a film named after a river (can't for the life of me figure out why, though)
but behaves in the opposite manner - it starts on 3 or 4 different tracks and
its director tries desperately to converge them.
There are few issues that Shakila hasn't touched upon in her illustrious career. This time, she's picked on the fake swamis and ammas of society. She enacts one such religious 'amma' in a small village where superstition thrives on its peoples' ignorance, and, needless to say, she rules t....