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(From Press Trust of India)
Jacinta Pillakot Mumbai, May 1 (PTI) From uncovering on celluloid the brute face of feudalism in rural India, power struggle in the traditional caste system and a woman's challenge to societal norms to telling a story of an idealistic hero, it is always the fear of repeating oneself that egged filmmaker Shyam Benegal to try out something different each time.
"My greatest fear is that I might repeat myself", says Benegal, the director whose rich repetoire includes films telling diverse tales of "Manthan" (a story based on a milk cooperative), "Suraj Ka Satwan Ghoda" (a narrative projecting a story from various points), "Zubeida" (a story of a woman who loved to the point of commiting suicide).
"I sincerely feel …