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Free Download Film Table No. 21 The Movie


Table No. 21 is a 2013 Indian thriller film directed by Aditya Datt and produced by Eros International. It is named after Article 21 of the Indian Constitution, which talks about the protection of life and personal liberty.[2] The movie features Rajeev Khandelwal, Tina Desai and Paresh Rawal and touches upon the pertinent social issue of ragging. The movie's soundtrack was composed by Gajendra Verma, Neeraj Shridhar and Sachin Gupta.[5] The film performed above average at the box office.[4]




Free Download Film Table No. 21 The Movie



Critics have praised the story but have criticized the way the issue of ragging is kept under wraps.[6][7] On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an audience approval rating of 54% based on 100+ reviews.[8] Indiaglitz.com says that "Table No. 21 keeps you engaged right from start to the finish. If the beginning portions are frothy, middle portions turn thrilling, post-interval is dramatic and ultimately the narrative turns dark before reaching a shocking end."[9] Ankur Pathak of Rediff.com says that "Table No. 21 should be watched for the reactive social commentary that it is and should not be misconceived as a vigilante film." Rated it 3 out of 5 stars.[10] Madhureeta Mukherjee of The Times of India rated the film 3/5 stars.[11] Mansha Rastogi of Nowrunning.com says that "Table No. 21, although may not be a completely out of the box, never before concept but it's the execution of the story and the acting that makes this film a one-time watch."[12] Prasanth of Movieorange.com says that "Table No 21 is an excellent thriller, with a good message." Rated it 8 out of 10.[13] Over the years the movie has been considered a cult movie for its unique concept.


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Time-lapse movies were created from the individual bottom photographs. Each image on the 35 mm film was digitized as a .tiff image at a resolution of 4238 by 2626 pixels by Amaranth Photo Imaging (www.amaranthimaging.com). The exposure was kept constant for all frames, so that changes in light intensity reflect changes in water clarity, instrument fouling, or ambient light. The images were reduced to 600 by 372 pixels using PolyView (www.polybytes.com); this image size was chosen to balance resolution and publication size. The camera controller was set to obtain an image every 4 hours. However, this controller (separate from the digital LED clock that placed a time stamp on the images) drifts by a few minutes over the course of the deployment. For the purposes of the movie, the images were distributed at an even interval between the start and stop time of the photographic record, as determined from the LED clock. The camera controller occasionally missed an image or exposed multiple frames; missed images were filled with blanks and multiple images deleted. MATLAB software (www.mathworks.com) was used to align the images, make the data plots, and create the .avi movie.


Each movie frame includes an image of the sea floor at the top and shows oceanographic data collected at the same time at the bottom. The movie plays at 3 frames/second or 2 seconds/day. The field of view of the image is approximately 1.5 m wide and 1 m high. The vane on the compass in the images swings with the current and points in the direction of current flow. (Sometimes the vane swivel gets stuck preventing the vane from aligning with the current.) The triangular black arrow on the compass points toward magnetic north (16 degrees west of true north at Site A). The whitearrow in the upper left of the frame points toward true north. The file name of the image is in the upper left corner of each frame. (This number provides a key to the individual .tif images; see 'Images' in the table below.) The red digits in the lower left corner of the image show time (in Eastern Standard Time): HR.MM (hour and minute) on the upper line and SS.DD (second and day) on the second line. The day (DD) counter rolls over every 31 days and thus does not indicate true day of month for the entire deployment; the correct day of the month is below the data panel (see below). The third line of red digits is a record identifier (NN, the last two digits of the USGS mooring number).


The movies may be viewed using an image viewer such as QuickTime or Windows Media Player. Click on Movie in the table below to open the movie, or navigate to the file on the DVD (in the subdirectory “IMAGES” in each individual tripod directory) and open with an image viewer. Click on Images to open thumbnails of individual images; click on an image to view the image, in .tif format, at a resolution of 600x372 pixels. Each set of images contains several hundred images and may takea few minutes to load.


MATLAB software (www.mathworks.com) was used to align the images, make the data plots, and create the .avi movie andthumbnail Web pages. M-files may either be opened within a text viewer or within the MATLAB editor. To download the m-files click on the links below.


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