Kyon Ki... (2005)
Duration: 02:35:22; Aspect Ratio: 2.353:1; Hue: 197.219; Saturation: 0.076; Lightness: 0.349; Volume: 0.152; Cuts per Minute: 19.983
Summary: Widowed Colonel Khurana, a resident of India, goes to London, accumulates enough wealth, returns to India, opens a private Sanatorium for the insane, and hires his daughter, Tanvi, as one of the psychiatrists'. His second-in-charge is Dr. Sunil. Tanvi looks after patient #36, a woman by the name of Shobhna Mathur, quite lovingly, almost like the mother she never had. Then Shobhna gets well, is discharged and unable to recollect Tanvi's loving care. This does hurt Tanvi, so she decides never to get close to any patient, especially the new patient #36, Anand J. Sharma, who has been admitted by a Court Order. Circumstances do make Tanvi and Anand get close, so close that they fall in love with each other. But her disciplinarian father has chosen a suitor named Karan, and is not willing to take the risk of Tanvi marrying a mental patient, especially one like Anand, who has been arrested and charged with killing his fiancée, Maya.
Determining "paagalpan" in a hospital setting
Anand's thoughts during the ECT, a rare depiction of shock therapy in a Bollywood film where the drama seems to be internal (in the character's head) rather than external (expressed through the body.
Father/psychiatrist addressing Tanvi's sadness and advising her not to get involved with patients.
Sunil rushes to Anand's side before they can administer ECT in a scene similar to one in Khamoshi wherein Radha rushes to Arun's side.
Suggestion of music therapy as a request by Anand during the counselling session.
Song featuring patients dancing and singing.
Tanvi reacts violently to Anand after he ruins her application -- unprofessional and betrays her mental block against patient no. 36.
Anand's fixation with flies and overt manifestations of mental ill health.
Major diagnoses Anand as a schizophrenic.
Anand remembers the trauma of his loss triggered by Tanvi's recreation of a site of the events leading up to it.
Major Khurana and Anand discuss paagalpan and recovery and unethically orders ECT.
Tanvi becomes patient no. 36.