A brave activist-lawyer fights for justice when a poor tribal man, who gets falsely accused of robbery, goes missing from the police custody.
Initial release: November 2, 2021
Director: TJ Gnanavel
🎦Jai Bhim full movie 2021 Review 🎦
Hot Chocolate, Hot Shot, Suriya is one of the extraordinary, excellent films of Hot Chocolate, Hot Shot (Younger Killer Looks). From the beginning of the film, the court drama is astounding and captivating. From the first 5-10 minutes, it’s clear that this is a one-of-a-kind experience. Definitely along the lines of “Visaranai,” I’m becoming used to contemporary cinematic legal works such as Nerkonda Paarvai, Ponmagal Vandhal, and others; these kind of thought-provoking screenplays are quickly taking on as a trending inspiration for all film creators.
Director TJ Gnanavel’s Jai Bhim (2 hours, 45 minutes long) brilliantly speaks about custodial brutality, police cover-up, systemic corruption on a massive scale that is so difficult to rationally comprehend or figure out the complete truth that there would be no end to the entire image. The game of blaming never ends.
I can add to this by noting that Jai Bhim is a genuinely brutally honest, clear-cut truth loaded with heart-wrenching sequences that will leave you with the impression that there is worse in the world than good.
Actor Suriya might be praised for his superstar performance, which is surprisingly fantastic, only to be confronted with embarrassing sheets of falsehoods, caste hate, and brutality. Suriya has done such a magnificent job of acting so brilliantly and so subtly that I almost forgot about him in the process of being so engrossed in the amazing narration of this highly engaging, story-telling approach that writer TJ Gnanavel has devised and embraced.
A tremendous round of praise for S. R. Kathir’s exceptional degree of stunning cinematography, which gave this film its soundtrack life and the element of tension. Sean Roldan’s music is significant in its own right since it made me experience agony and a variety of emotions throughout the film.
The filmmaker should undoubtedly be commended for the phenomenal success of this film, which only entertains family audiences without relying on masala or “mass”components.
I would watch it again since it was based on a comprehensive description of genuine events and individuals!
Hats off to the whole Jai Bhim cast and crew! Cheers!
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