We notice a split in the behavior of Manjula while the camera is on and again when it is kept off in the sense that the author seems to be confident with what she needs to say before the camera but a certain inhibition lurks in her mind as she said those words. She hesitates with what she wants to say which probably she cannot do before the camera. She comes straight, prepared and equipped with what she would say. Without being distracted or loitering on some unsaid words or immaterialized contemplation, she directly blurts out her pre-conceived words. Her on camera performance seems like some practiced stage show. She even employs rhetoric in her speech to draw the confidences of the listeners. However, as the camera goes off, Manjula seems to retain her casual, normal self by being completely at ease. She puts up some legit and honest confessions regarding herself and her relationship with her sister, Malini. In her words, one could trace the insoluble insecurity, some momentary maleficence, gorged guilt, unaddressed inhibitions, and some lingering limitations and a partial unacceptability of withdrawn limelight from her. We get to see a more humane Manjula off the camera apart from the prim, proper and trimmed Manjula Nayak.
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