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Stanley Ka Dabba Builds A Relatable World For Gen-Z

Stanley Ka Dabba Builds A Relatable World For Gen-Z

Stanley Ka Dabba

Stanley ka Dabba from various angles is Amole Gupte’s first-time endeavour to direct a film. He created western art out of it.

Stanley ka Dabba will provide you with cinematic hunger in both conventional and radical form. It is a tale about a little lad, his companions and a teacher who isn’t his most prominent friend. Similar to the best children’s stories, the movie is as epic as the kids can be!

The Story Of Stanley Ka Dabba

  • The hero of our story is called Stanley, the child actor. For more information about him, he has a slight crush on his English teacher.
  • Stanley shares a very intimate relation with his group of guy friends, who seldom think about why he doesn’t bring lunch to eat.
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  • Things aren’t the same with his Hindi teacher, Babubhai Verma. He is irritable, difficult to handle, and at times, we fail to understand his actions. One thing that is sure about his personality is his love for lunch boxes.
  • Everything in the film is rightly built up for the audience to be prepared for a heartwarming climax.
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The Characters In Stanley Ka Dabba

  • Partho, in the role of Stanley, is already in the category of A-listed actor after his performance. He was ingenious and too good in his portrayal of Stanley. 
  • Amole Gupte as the “villain” was a blast at its best. You will hate him for his role, and that’s why a villainous character does justice to his performance. He is funny at times, and his acting is top-notch.

The Direction Of Stanley Ka Dabba

  • Amole is a man who appreciates beheading our current dismay and welcoming us into an identical scenario. He illustrates scenes where we can smile and scream, “that occurred with me as well”.
  • Friendship is in shared Maggi noodles and parathas–what else does the film need to do to be nostalgic!
  • The film is shot gloriously in a natural light that makes the frame authentic. Amole Gupte and his canon 7D makes the children do honest and naive activities and comes across as beautiful. 

Did You Know?

  • The lead character, Stanley, played by Partho, is Amole Gupte’s son.
  • Film Stanley Ka Dabba earned accolades and awards at the Giffoni Film Festival as one of the largest children’s film festivals.

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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