A random disoriented fuck
Of all the things I've seen, I consider this as the most accurate depiction of what Diana has been through, even though the film was marketed as quasi biographical. It is because the film uses Diana's tragic life just as an additional supplement to concentrate mostly on how she was emotionally destroyed within the family, rather than from a political or marital POV. This is a movie about the feelings or sentiments of the soul, you could not find all it in a million documentaries and books that were carved on her life story.
This film comes under what might you've to call neorealism or Victorian fiction, it is about a fourteen-year-old contented girl who becomes like a rag to the zamindar's atrociousness. The narration builds on Vanaja's progression of inner maturity due to things she faces in an archaic class system that still sadly stands strict in some rural areas of India to this day.
Jai Bhim represents the incivility and horridness of the police towards scheduled tribes through a real event that happened in the '90s. It is perhaps could be one of the most straightforward mainstream films featuring a star.
The narration mainly relies on the perspective of its central characters (the victims), though being as a guiding lamp to the poor souls around, not having a proper backstory or arc for Suriya's character must be the best part of the film's writing,…