“Long way home “ By Saroo Brierley with Larry Buttrose a true story adapted for the big Screen under the title “Lion ” has released across India and a story established in the setting of Khandwa,India the opening shot was beautifully shot. And the story of Saroo A boy from khandwa who keeps insisting to accompany his brother to earn for the family after the younger sibling (Saroo) who refuses to give up,And practically showcasing his strength lifting of weights by lifting cycles and other objects his brother Guddu agrees to take him along.
The child (Saroo) is left stranded at the railways station after his brother instructs him not to move till he is back. Saroo then goes to check out the train on the platform,But the train soon departs with him.
Saroo keeps shouting Help!! Help!! But soon reaches WestBengal capital Calcutta unable to find his roots back home.He is taken to an orphanage and gets adopted By a couple from Australia would like to adopt him and so he then departs to Australia.
25 years later,He is at a friends party and jalebis an Indian sweet is served there,Which take him back to his past and now he is emotionally out of control and a friend suggest why don’t you try Google Earth to find where You belong.
After a thoughtful consideration he begins his search and just when he is giving up on the search as he has tried for GaneshTalai he came across it one day ,specially when he was frustrated and given up hope of finding his mother.But,When he finally reaches home he is welcomed warmly by his mother who had kept looking for her son and did not loose hope of finding him even Single day.
A must watch and truly the contender of the Best Film,Sunny Pawar the little Saroo was the most “Pawarful” character driving the story ahead.