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Ek Ruka Hua Faisla
Introduction : Ek Ruka Hua Faisla (एक रुका हुआ फसला) is a Bollywood film of 1986, ै directed by Basu Chatterjee. It is a remake of the Golden Bear winning, American motion picture 12 Angry Men (1957), which was directed by Sidney Lumet. Ek Ruka Hua Faisla
Directed by Produced by Basu Chatterjee Basu Chatterjee Screenplay: Ranjit Kapur Basu Chatterjee Dialogue: Ranjit Kapur
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Basu Chakravarti Ajay Prabhakar Kamal A. Sehgal 1986 117 min. Hindi

The Golden Bear is the highest prize awarded for the best film at the Berlin International Film Festival. Bears are the symbol of Berlin,
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quarrelsome & a cruel person. Court Decision : A panel of 12 Juror appointed to decide that. the boy has actually murdered his father or not. The Character Background : There is a 19 yrs old boy who has been alleged as murder of his father by the court . •Lives in slums •Belongs to minority •Childhood was in miserable conditions •His mother died when he was 9 years old •His father was a drinker.Re-take : Few Facts – the Character •The story moves around a boy who is 19 years old. Clause in Court’s statement : Jurors have to make One Decision either murder or not-murderer. used to beat him daily •He hit a stone on his teacher when he was 10 years old •Engaged in Car theft & gambling •Expert in knife playing •He was sent to Reformity School for 1.5 years against a case. 5 .

K. Zaheer Subhash Udghate Hemant Mishra M. Raina 9 10 11 12 Annu Kapoor Subbiraj Shailendra Goel Aziz Qureshi 6 . Raina K. M. D. Sindhu 1 2 3 4 Deepak Kejriwal 5 Amitabh Srivastava 6 7 Pankaj Kapur 8 S. K.Juror of the Case C.

the tool used to murder the old man Eye witness 1 – an old man who was the neighbor of the victim Eye witness 2 – a lady who lives opposite to the victim’s house 7 .Key evidences in the Murder Case The knife.

K. Raina 9 12 10 11 10 11 9 8 Architect Architect 12 Professional (Advertising) Annu Kapoor Subbiraj “Is the Boy a murder ?” Shailendra Goel Aziz Qureshi 8 (Voting was taken as a criteria) .Sitting arrangement 1 2 3 4 Jurors Sitting Arrangement Lawyer Contractor Contractor (House painting) Deepak Kejriwal 5 2 Amitabh Srivastava 3 4 7 Pankaj Kapur 5 6 8 S. Raina K. M. K. Zaheer 6 1 Subhash Udghate Moderator 7 Hemant Mishra M.

Raina 9 12 10 11 10 11 9 8 Architect 12 Annu Kapoor Subbiraj Shailendra Goel Aziz Qureshi 9 . Raina 7 K. M. K. Contractor (House painting) Deepak Kejriwal 5 2 Amitabh Srivastava 3 4 7 Pankaj Kapur 5 6 8 S. Zaheer 6 1 Subhash Udghate Hemant Mishra M.Root Cause 1 2 3 One of the Jurors voted against the motion 4 that “the Boy might not be a murder”. K.

M. K.Juror’s Decision 1 2 Voting ~ 1 3 4 7 Pankaj Kapur 3 4 Contractor (House painting) Deepak Kejriwal 5 2 Amitabh Srivastava 6 5 6 8 S. Raina 9 12 10 11 10 11 9 8 Architect 12 Annu Kapoor “The Boy might not be a murder”. Raina 7 K. Zaheer 1 Subhash Udghate Hemant Mishra M. Subbiraj Shailendra Goel Aziz Qureshi 1 /12 10 . K.

Subbiraj Shailendra Goel Aziz Qureshi 2 /12 11 . Raina 9 12 10 11 10 11 9 8 12 Annu Kapoor “The Boy might not be a murder”. K. Zaheer 1 Subhash Udghate Hemant Mishra M. Raina 7 K.Juror’s Decision 1 2 Voting ~ 2 3 4 7 Pankaj Kapur 3 4 Deepak Kejriwal 5 2 Amitabh Srivastava 6 5 6 8 S. K. M.

Juror’s Decision 1 2 Voting ~ 3 3 4 7 Pankaj Kapur 3 4 Deepak Kejriwal 5 2 Amitabh Srivastava 6 5 6 8 S. Raina 7 K. M. K. Raina 9 12 10 11 10 11 9 8 12 Annu Kapoor “The Boy might not be a murder”. Subbiraj Shailendra Goel Aziz Qureshi 5 /12 12 . Zaheer 1 Subhash Udghate Hemant Mishra M. K.

Raina 9 12 10 11 9 8 12 Annu Kapoor “The Boy might not be a murder”. K. M.Juror’s Decision 1 2 Voting ~ 4 3 4 7 Pankaj Kapur 3 4 Deepak Kejriwal 5 2 Amitabh Srivastava 6 5 6 8 S. Raina M. K. Subbiraj Shailendra Goel Aziz Qureshi 6 /12 13 . Zaheer 1 Subhash Udghate Hemant Mishra 50 : 50 10 11 7 K.

K. M.Juror’s Decision 1 2 Voting ~ 5 3 4 7 Pankaj Kapur 3 4 Deepak Kejriwal 5 2 Amitabh Srivastava 6 5 6 8 S. Raina 9 12 10 11 10 11 9 8 12 Annu Kapoor “The Boy might not be a murder”. K. Zaheer 1 Subhash Udghate Hemant Mishra M. Raina 7 K. Subbiraj Shailendra Goel Aziz Qureshi 9 /12 14 .

Subbiraj Shailendra Goel Aziz Qureshi 8 /12 15 . Zaheer 1 Subhash Udghate Hemant Mishra M.Juror’s Decision 1 2 Voting ~ 6 3 4 7 Pankaj Kapur 3 4 Deepak Kejriwal 5 2 Amitabh Srivastava 6 5 6 8 S. K. K. Raina 7 K. M. Raina 9 12 10 11 10 11 9 8 12 Annu Kapoor “The Boy might not be a murder”.

Subbiraj Shailendra Goel Aziz Qureshi 11 /12 16 . Zaheer 1 Subhash Udghate Hemant Mishra M. K. Raina 9 12 10 11 10 11 9 8 12 Annu Kapoor “The Boy might not be a murder”. M. K. Raina 7 K.Juror’s Decision 1 2 Voting ~ 7 3 4 7 Pankaj Kapur 3 4 Deepak Kejriwal 5 2 Amitabh Srivastava 6 5 6 8 S.

Juror’s Decision 1 2 Final Lawyer 3 4 Contractor Deepak Kejriwal 5 2 Amitabh Srivastava 3 4 7 Pankaj Kapur 5 6 8 S. K. Zaheer 6 1 Subhash Udghate Moderator 7 Hemant Mishra M. M. Raina K. Raina 9 12 10 11 10 11 9 8 Architect 12 Professional (Advertising) Annu Kapoor The Group jointly decided Subbiraj Shailendra Goel “The Boy is not a murder” Aziz Qureshi 12/12 17 . K.

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to take decision. A preliminary vote is taken and the result is 11:1 in favor of the guilty verdict. they do not understand the gravity of their decision. 20 . This is intuition based because They even dint tried to discuss case for once.Intuitive Decision Making  Intuitive decision making is a unconscious process created from distilled experience. In movie.

it’s clear that many are being influenced by those around them 21 .Group shift  Group shift refers to a phenomenon in which the norm for consensus overrides the realistic appraisal of alternatives courses of action. initially we can observe that when the first show of hands is taken. In movie.

He tries to do his best even in the face of seemingly impossible odds. K. K. Raina 22 . This shows leadership skills in K. We have observed that K.Leadership  In movie. This dissatisfaction forces him to convince the other team mates to discuss more about this case and he required. Raina who was disagree initially with the decision because proof for the decision making was not satisfactory to him.

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24 .Conflicts and Power  In movie many times conflicts occurs between group member because of differences in information. The conflict behaviors are usually overt attempts to implement each party’s intentions. values and interests or desires. Conflict is a process that begins when one party perceives that another party has negatively affected. beliefs.

Power & Politics Power : (Make things happen in the way you want) A capacity that “A” has to influence the behavior of “B” so that “B” acts in accordance with “A’s” wishes. Politics : Behavior to influence or attempt to influence the distribution of advantages and disadvantages within the organization/group 25 .

 He thinks that these guys are good for nothing and its better that the boy should be punished for making this world clean and safe. He thinks that this boy belongs to slums and so they must be destroyed.Bounded Rationality In movie. . Even juror#3 Votes guilty and does not even try to hide the fact that he does so only because of the boy's social background. Juror #3thinks that juror#5 votes not guilty because he belongs to slums .

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28 . In comparison.RAINA’s character) are those that make their points in a calm and steady manner.K. What’s also clear is that the more influential folks in the room (especially K. shout and attempt to force their opinion on others quickly lose any ability to persuade. those who lose their temper.Communication Style and Tone  Here a lateral communication is goes on among group member. They have an impact on people.

Thus. People might make rash decisions based on emotional ties to certain subjects. Moods and emotions have important effects on decision making. This clearly shows his state of mind when it comes to youth. You can see that emotions and past experiences can play a large role in a decision making process.  Positive moods and emotions seem to help decision making. .Emotions and Decision Making Juror #3 even mentions that kids have no respect for adults these days .

Different Personality Jury involved 12 different persons with 12 different aspects and different thinking. • Active. Everyone have different personality so it can be used to study personality theory .constructive • Active – Destructive • Passive Constructive 30 .

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