The Rebellion of the Brides

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The Rebellion of the Brides (Uzbek: Келинлар қўзғолони, romanized: Kelinlar qoʻzgʻoloni; Russian: Бунт невесток) is a 1984 Uzbek comedy film based on an eponymous play by the Uzbek writer Said Ahmad and directed by Melis Abzalov.[1][2] Kelinlar qoʻzgvoloni is one of the most critically acclaimed Uzbek films of the Soviet period.[3] Like Melis Abzalov's previous film Suyunchi, Kelinlar qoʻzgʻoloni tells the story of an authoritative grandmother.

The Rebellion of the Brides
Bunt nevestok.jpg
A Russian theatrical poster for Kelinlar qoʻzgʻoloni
Directed byMelis Abzalov
Written bySaid Ahmad (play)
Starring
  • Tursunoy Jaʼfarova
  • Dilorom Egamberdiyeva
  • Dilbar Ikromova
  • Klara Jalilova
  • Noila Toshkenboyeva
  • Luiza Qosimova
  • Rihsi Ibrohimova
  • Gulchehra Saʼdullayeva
  • Nabi Rahimov
  • Diyas Rahmatov
  • Obid Yunusov
  • Rashid Malikov
  • Jamshid Zokirov
  • Soat Sharipov
  • Tesha Moʻmimov
  • Gʻoyib Iskandarov
  • Muhammadjon Rahimov
Music byMirhalil Mahmudov
Production
company
Release date
  • 1984 (1984)
Running time
70 minutes
CountriesUzbek SSR, USSR
LanguageUzbek

PlotEdit

Farmon bibi (played by Tursunoy Jaʼfarova) is a wise and loving, but strict mother who lives with the families of her seven sons in one house. Nigora, the wife of her youngest son, rebels against Farmon Bibi and the other wives sympathize with her. Toward the end of the film, Farmon bibi changes her attitude and gives in to the demands of her daughters-in-law.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Bunt nevestok". KM (in Russian). Retrieved 9 March 2012.
  2. ^ "Bunt nevestok". Kino-Teatr (in Russian). Retrieved 9 March 2012.
  3. ^ "A Talk with the Famous Uzbek Actress Gulchehra Jamilova". BBC's Uzbek Service (in Uzbek). Retrieved 9 March 2012.

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