Purnima is a part-time poet and a full-time Bo Burnham fangirl. She loves Dorothy Parker, coffee, and dogs- though not necessarily in that order. She wishes to put her writing to good use and pursue a career in journalism.
Raat Akeli Hai packages Jatil as a 'knight in shining armor' for exposing the darkness underlying the respectful facade of the Thakur family, but we never see Jatil undergo any internal character development or acknowledge that his thoughts towards women need reform.
The fact that the film indulges in Shakuntala Devi’s domestic conflicts more than it does in her extra ordinary intellect is very telling of the skewed vision with which we look at women and motherhood.