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When Jyoti Uday watched her real life incident on silver screen
Posted date: 21 Fri, Apr 2017 07:59:09 AM

It was an attack which shook the entire nation. On November 19, 2013, Jyoti Uday who went to withdraw money in an ATM was attacked by an armed man. The incident which was recorded in the CCTv created ripples across the country so much that all the banks had to relook at their security measures. Nearly after four years, Ms Jyoti got a chance to watch the reel incident on a woman being attacked inside an ATM. The gruesome ATM attack scene was adapted in Kannada super hit movie Shuddi by its makers. Ms Jyoti Uday and her family got a chance to watch the movie at Cinepolis on Wednesday.

So, how was it for Ms Jyoti to watch the scene which was based on her life's cruel experience? Speaking to media, Ms Jyoti said, "The movie has been shot very well. All the departments including story, screenplay and cinematography has been excellent. I personally feel that this is a good message oriented movie and a must watch. I request everyone especially women not to miss the movie."

Adarsh Eshwarppa, who has written and directed the movie thanked Ms Jyoti and her family to have appreciated the movie. He said the ATM scene had been adapted in his movie in a bid to create awareness on such gruesome incidents. The plot of the film highlights the crime against women faced in Indian society. The film which was released recently has been widely appreciated since then and stars Nivedhitha, Lauren Spartano and Amrutha Karagada in the lead roles. Another highlight of the movie is that major portion of the film has been shot with a handheld camera while the rest have been shot with the tripods.

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