No “cut, cut” or “take” here. The young man delivered his dialogue effortlessly and the old woman with whom he quarreled, was equally fluent. The slangs used by them and their body language were also equally convincing. The young man lost his temper when that woman kept on cursing his wife; and he pushed the old woman away and told his mother who too was there, ” Let the bitch yell and curse, we’ll go now”. His mother tried to pacify him, but he seemed to be adamant “No mom, she is jealous of valli (his wife). Let that old woman call us names but she has no business to …..”.
We have seen such scenes in Indian movies but this one took place on a street close to a temple. It was a real life incident which reminded me of some movie scenes. Incidentally, when we see such scenes in a movie, we are quite often reminded of real life scenes which we come across, now and then.
The question is who is copying whom? It could be 50-50. youngsters and even the women may have some movie chaps in their minds when they create scenes! An actor or a director would have witnesses such scenes on streets and carried them over to the film world.
Any way, one is vying with the other!