The Dressing Room....Silence Please DVD
Salil Ankola, Sonali Kulkarni, Alokh Sangal, Tom Alter & Arif Zakaria/120 mins / Color / Dolby Digital 5.1 / 16 x 9 Anamorphic Wide Screen / English Subtitles
Two of the deadliest enemies in the history of the world, India and Pakistan are on the verge of a landmark peace treaty. Things are changing. The two governments have organized a goodwill cricket match at Srinagar as a part of the events leading up to the treaty. Life is not so easy. Two terrorist organizations have issued threats to blow up the stadium if match happens in Srinigar. The security is therefore of the highest orfer.
Pakistan withdraws from the match. The Indian Public reacts strongly as they want the match to happen at any cost. Inspector Victor Anthony is the man who is in charge of the overall security of the match. He hates cricket, but has to do his duty. Aparna Sen is a reporter who has the responsibility to cover this big event by travelling parellelly with the team. The Indian Cricket Board still does not cancel the three-day camp in Mumbai and expects the governemnt to solve the matter with Pakistan. There is selection committee meeting to decide on the team for the match. In the meeting, an unknown player, Siddharth Srivastav (Alokh Sangal) with little experience is selected. The media captures the excitement and joy of Siddharth's family. Siddharth is ragged, teased and finally befriended in the camp. He learns a lot from his seniors. His best friend being Ivan Rodrigues (Tom Alter), the coach. On the last day of the camp a government official visits the team and convinces the Captain (Salil Ankola) about something. The captain then calls the team for a meeting and asks them to take the match easily. The team is shocked as they know that an India - Pakistan match can never be taken easliy.
Can Siddharth justify his surprise selection ? Has the captain fixed the match ? Can Inspector Victor Anthony stops the terrorists ? Can Aparna Sen come up with some surprise through her investigative journalism ?
Silence please...... It's The Dressing Room