10 Awe-inspiring lessons to re-learn from varun-anushka’s sui dhaaga – entertainment – dunya news

(WebDesk) – Anushka Sharma and Varun Dhawan starrer Sui Dhaaga is a beautiful, awe-inspirational and sweet story of a man who with his compassion, determination and hard work when flames up by his wife, crossed the impediments in his way to achieve name, fame and success and to make way for fortunes and riches to sparkle his dark and tiny dwelling in a small town.

The heartwarming story depicts the journey of an honest and sincere Mauji – the role played by Varun Dhawan as a tailor who long had left his talent of tailoring, stitching and designing. His wife Mamta – a simple small town house wife – when learns that his innocent husband is pathetically mocked by his employer and his mean son for their mere entertainment gets dishearten and pleads his husband to opt for a job which gives him respect and reverence instead of taking his pride.


Mamta is a powerful portrayal of womanhood played by the talented and absolutely awesome actor Anushka Sharma. Sharma goes completely de-glam for the character of Mamta to transform into a small town simple housewife.

Mauji and Mamta stamina and will power alone helps them achieve from nothing to all. Mauji has talent of stitching, cutting and embroidery. His dependency on his job at some sewing machine earned him nothing but a small amount not even enough to run a kitches and a lot of burden of his greedy employers’ extra and personal work demand at shop and house, left him no time to spend with family and wife. Mamta encourages him to defy the odd and re-take his ancestral occupation and polish his talent to earn money. His self-reliance and determination – one after another achievement – helps him to get his luck.

When parents get old, they usually get annoyed, short-tempered, irritated, demanding and most importantly go sly with their skills of emotional blackmailing Mauji father after his resignation when learns that his son who is the only bread earner now has also left the job, he goes crazy and scolds his son. He remains worried about the future of his son and his responsibilities to run home affairs. Mauji and Mamta once again stir the waves of much-needed empathy, understanding and care towards old parents.

On a very hilarious note, on multiple occasions, the writer/director tries to make people realized the worth of a bucket of water. Mauji’s mother has no ssue bigger than the filling of water to the tank even in her emergency situation at water. This is how millions of people not in sub-continent but across the globe are struggling hard for their needs of water and shortage of water from the Earth.

There is nothing that is called miracle but when the courage kicks off the struggle and hard work gets appreciation, more and more hearts and minds align the way the success routes to your doorstep. One after another small things lead Mauji, Mamta and their team sui dhaga to a miracle called success among many with resources, money and contacts.

A man should not lose hope not only become dependent on the only resource from where money makes way for his kitchen. Following a passion is not only about making money, it’s about living life, exploring the happiness and paving ways for art, creativity and innovation to make other’s contented with the ease and pleasure a true talent when polishes can bring.