With the increase within the coronavirus cases, many businesses within the country are affected.
While many ran out of labor , others had to abandoning of their staff to form ends meet.
From Aviation, Tourism, to hospitality, many industries are seeing an enormous set back in their business.
One such industry that was affected adversely is Cineplexes.
Movie theatres became an enormous no-no for several viewers because it might not be safe to start watching movies on the large screen with many people under one roof.
Indian movie production houses have also diverted their plans to release their movies in Cine & Multiplexes.
This has given a lift to the OTT platforms.
Many such platforms like Netflix, Amazon, and others, have announced to released many big banner movies on their platforms within the coming months.
While Netflix has recently announced 17 new movies to be released on their platform, Amazon Prime also has an array of much-awaited movies to be released soon.
Shakuntala Devi (The human computer) is one such movie that has received tons of appreciation since its trailer launch.
The movie are going to be released on Amazon Prime starring Vidya Balan.
This is often a biographical movie about Shakuntala Devi who was an Indian writer and mental calculator, popularly referred to as the “human computer”.
SHAKUNTALA DEVI EARLY LIFE
She was born in a Hindu Brahmin family in Bangalore on November 4, 1929.
When she was just three years old, her father discovered that she had an amazing ability to memorize numbers.
He quit the circus company where he was working and gave road shows projecting the talent of his daughter in calculating.
Right at the age of six, Shakuntala Devi proved her arithmetic capabilities in the University of Mysores, She moved to London with her father in 1944.
Recognized In The Guinness Book of World Records
Her talents earned her a place in the Guinness Book of World Records in the year 1982.
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She was praised as the authentic heroine of her times and she could command the headlines in newspapers and magazines.
It was said she could outperformed the fastest computers of her times.
Shakuntala Devi as an Authored
She had a soft heart towards homosexuals.
She treated homosexuality in a positive vein and wrote a book titled The World of Homosexuals, which is the first ever book on homosexuality in India.
She argued that all people exhibit different sexual tendencies and orientations at different times and there is nothing called homosexuality or hetero sexuality in the world.
She never liked the title “human computer”
In acknowledgement of her talents, she was heralded as “Human Computer after she projected her talents in the BBC channel hosted by Leslie Mitchell on October 5, 1950.
However, she never liked this title. She said, human mind has incomparably much capabilities than the computer and it is not appropriate to Compare human mind with computers.
Shakuntala Devi death reason
Shakuntala Devi died in Bangalore on 21 April 2013 at the age of 83 due to heart attack.