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let it all hang out
to let the truth be known, to be open about something
The girl decided to let it all hang out. She told her friend about her problems with her boyfriend.
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  • let it go/lay
  • let it rip
  • let off steam
  • let on
  • let on (something)
  • let one's emotions show
  • let oneself go
  • let oneself go
  • let out (some kind of sound) or let (some kind of sound) out
  • let out (someone) or let (someone) out
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  • get off the hook
  • smoke (someone or something) out or smoke out (someone or something)
  • pick at (something)
  • from way back
  • armed and dangerous
  • come from nowhere
  • bag of tricks
  • lovely weather for ducks
  • not worth mentioning
  • promise (someone) the moon

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  • Munshi Premchand

    Mumbai

    Premchand arrived in Mumbai on 31 May 1934 to try his luck in the Hindi film industry. He had accepted a script writing job for the production house Ajanta Cinetone, hoping that the yearly salary of INR 8000 would help him overcome his financial troubles. He stayed in Dadar, and wrote the script for the film Mazdoor (The Labourer). The film, directed by Mohan Bhawnani, depicted the poor conditions on the labour class. Premchand himself did a cameo as the leader of labourers in the film. Some influential businessmen managed to get a stay on its release in Mumbai. The film was released in Lahore and Delhi, but was banned again after it inspired the mill workers to stand up against the owners. Ironically, the film inspired the workers of his own loss making press in Benares to launch a strike, after they were not paid their salaries. By 1934 35, Premchands Saraswati Press was under a heavy debt of INR 4000, and Premchand was forced to discontinue the publication of Jagaran. Meanwhile, Premchand was beginning to dislike the non literary commercial environment of the Mumbai film industry, and wanted to return to Benares. However, he had signed a one year contract with the production house. He ultimately left Mumbai on 4 April 1935, before the completion of one year. Himanshu Roy, the founder of Mumbai Talkies, tried to convince Premchand to stay back, but did not succeed.


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