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Titli (English: Butterfly) is a 2014 Bollywood drama film written and directed by Kanu Behl, co-produced by Dibakar Banerjee Productions Pvt. Ltd and Aditya Chopra under the banner of Yash Raj Films. It features actors Ranvir Shorey, Amit Sial, Shashank Arora, Lalit Behl and Shivani Raghuvanshi in the lead roles.
The International sales partner is Westend Films. In Titli, Behl captures the volatility of a society where violence lies uneasily just below the surface. The directorial debut film premiered in the Un Certain Regard section of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, The trailer of the movie was released on September 29, 2015. The film was released in India on October 30, 2015.
In the badlands of Delhi’s dystopic underbelly, Titli, the youngest member of a violent car-jacking brotherhood, plans to escape from the ‘family’ and their line of work. He gets married to Neelu as planned by Titli’s brothers to leash him. In a desperate attempt Titli betrays his brothers by informing beforehand about a job of theirs to police to get away from their clutches. Neelu even though married to Titli, she pines for a wealthy married man. Titli supports this for his financial gain. Even though Titli has been free from his family’s stranglehold, nothing goes as planned. Neelu and Titli gets back together, their exploitative partnership comes to a metamorphosis where they plan to start a new life together.
Behl, who co-wrote and also assisted director Dibakar Banerjee in Love Sex aur Dhokha (LSD) (2010), started writing Titli as LSD neared completion. In 2011, the news report of a car-jacker gang in Delhi led by a local goon, Joginder Joga, inspired him to start working on the story of a thriller. However, as he developed the script, other themes started joining in, from his personal experiences growing up in the city. Though he denied it being autobiographical, he mentioned in an interview that the idea of intra-family conflict was derived from his own clashes with his father as a rebellious teenager. He eventually co-wrote the script with Sharat Katariya, and it covered themes of patriarchy, family dysfunction, gender-based violence and oppression, and “a desire for freedom”. Through the protagonist, the film also explores the circular nature of life – “how we often end up becoming exactly the person we are trying to run away from.”