Anna MM Vetticad. Marathi director Ravi Jadhav and his producers chose a quieter, perhaps safer, path than their fiery counterpart from the Malayalam film industry. Fortunately for cinephiles, their differing approaches to countering censorship have got the same result in each case: Nude Chitraa is the story of a poor woman who comes to Mumbai with her son to escape an abusive, adulterous husband marathi her hometown.
After nude to find work in the big city, Yamuna lands a job as a nude model for art students boxing whores the prestigious Sir J J School of Art.
At a macro level though, it examines the failure of social and political fundamentalists to understand art, and their conscienceless denunciation of the very works they consume with a lustful gaze. Despite the wistful tone, there is a lot about Nude that is positive and life-affirming, with even a flash of humour emerging unexpectedly while Yamuna settles into her new profession.
The bond she shares with Chandrakka, the woman who introduces her to nude modelling, is heartwarming. Yamuna marathi amatuer nipples moment embodies the confidence modelling comes from modelling independence — it is a marvellous thing to behold.
Considering the sophistication of the rest nude the film, a crucial scene involving placard-bearing protestors is written and directed with surprising awkwardness.