One Room Kitchen, written and directed by Mahesh Tilekar, is an earnest film that is worth a watch, even if it is only for the interesting gamut of characters, their endearing interactions with each other, and some competent performances. The flavor of life in a chawl is captured with sincerity, and the dialogue will make you smile more often than not.
Love, the most beautiful emotion in all living creatures that God has made knows no bar, caste or boundaries, is the central theme of Fandry. A young lad (Jabya) falls in love with his classmate. Incidentally, he belongs to a lower caste, a family below the poverty line which does all sorts of jobs in the village to survive like catching Pigs and the girl belongs to a higher caste.
Dnyanesh and Mukta are siblings who with their mother and grandmother live in the pilgrim town of Pandharpur, Maharashtra. The title's eponymous 'Elizabeth' is a bicycle that is gifted to the talented Dnyanesh by his father after whose death Dnyanesh takes to supporting his mother.