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First Review: ‘Jai Bhim’ – Proud Cinema!

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‘Jai Bhim’ is about a tribal woman struggling to find her missing husband from the police station.

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Rajakannu (Manikandan) belongs to the Irular tribal community. Working in a brick kiln, catching a snake and releasing it into the woods, he pulls out all the work to improve his family. His wife Chengeni (Lijomol Jose) is alive over her husband. Rajakannu tells his wife that his lifelong ambition is to build a stone house. In this situation, the leader of the village catches the snake at home and leaves it in the forest. In his dream of building a stone house, he travels across the district with the villagers to work in a brick kiln. The jewel falls on the snake’s favorite place, and he is blamed for the theft.

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Rajakannu’s friends, wife and sister are all being tortured by the police. Rajakannu is also a victim of a police terror attack. Rajakannu and his friends Iruttappan and Mosakatti then escape from the police station. In this situation, Chengani is suffering as a pregnant woman in a glove position without knowing her husband’s condition.

The screenplay honestly and honestly answers questions such as whether the husband was found, whether he escaped, who was responsible for the jewelry theft, and who was the real culprit.

Director T.S. Gnanavell has given a very poignant picture of innocent youth from the oppressed community who are being arrested in false cases and made them feel their pain. He directed ‘One in the Crowd’ and made his mark with his second film Jay Beam after a gap of 4 years. 4 years of hard work shines through in the screenplay of the film.

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Manikandan lives as a prince, wandering in the woods and hills, carrying a dream in his eyes, promising his wife about education, refusing to accept the blame for the theft until the very end, and disintegrating into police brutality. He has given lucrative performances ranging from catching rats to catching snakes. Concept cinema, if it is a small budget film, can be made a hero by relying on Manikandan.

Lijomol Jose, who played GV Prakash’s sister in ‘Red Yellow Yellow Green’, has unwittingly committed himself to the role cast. She shines in select acting when she sees her husband being dragged away as a standard in the police station, when he is afraid of police repression, when the DGP tries to compromise and when he shows a fighting spirit.

Focusing on the commercial cinema side, Surya made a socially concerned film with a U-turn and played the role of Chandru, a lawyer, which he will never forget for the rest of his life. The heroine, the duet, the beat – Surya can be praised for putting everything aside and supporting the justifications required for the screenplay. Let Surya’s role continue to touch on films related to experimental endeavors

Senior actors like Prakashraj and Jayaprakash are also rocking the bar with mature acting. Guru Soma Sundaram, who attracts attention with his smiling face, and MS Bhaskar, who means existence by saying Sivaya Namaha, are the side forces of the Tamil film who scores in an irritating role as SI. Sinrasu who played the dark man, Rajendran who played the crook, Rajisha Vijayan who played the enlightenment project teacher, CPM comrades like Bawa Sellathurai, Kaliswaran, lawyer Brihadeeswaran and Super Good Subramaniam are acting without exaggeration.

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The period 1995, huts, brick kilns, police station, court, all stand out as the work of art director Kadir. SR Kadir’s cinematography captures the police station violence and the brutality of the lock into our eyes. All the songs except Sendu Malli in Shawn Roldan’s music add strength to the emotions where appropriate. Only Plomin’s Raj Senthu Malli song may have been cut with the director’s collaboration.

T.S. Gnanavell has directed an emotional film with a sleek screenplay, leaving the documentary hue as it is, in an environment where the propaganda is beating even if it is a little wrong. He wonders if the real incident could have been taken so closely and so closely.

Kritika, who wrote the additional screenplay, is also to be commended.

“The law is a powerful weapon, and it’s important to use it to protect whomever it is.” Put a huge case on your head ”, ” It feels like you’re handing this case when you’m complimenting it ”, ” Agreeing with one fact means hiding many facts’ ‘,’ ‘False cases have a lot of position, money, caste … we are the victims’ “We will be,” he said.

The way in which love, light, hope, the path from darkness to light to life, the background of the Dark Protection Association was started with great effort. In that sense ‘Jai Bhim’ stands out as the best cinema we can be proud of.

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