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Sudhir Mishra, who showed the slum world in ‘Dharavi’, has tried the same again in this film. For this time, he has opted for BDD Chalke in Worli, Mumbai. Where 150 families live on a 120 pigeon-sized rice. Rice is surrounded by skyscrapers, where multinational corporations have offices and millionaire homes. People living in rice have also become ambitious.
In the cycle of fulfilling deep desires from the sea, the Chalvas sometimes take short cut paths, sometimes they have to pay the price. In this rice Tamil Dalit Ayan Mani (Nawaz) lives with his wife (Indira Tiwari) and son Adir (Akshat Das). He was forced to live after hearing the notoriety of the scientific boss Acharya (Nasr).
Ian’s childhood was cut short by the problem. But he does not want to repeat it with his son Adi. Therefore, he continues to awaken the recommendations of his scientific boss Acharya. Son Adir builds the ability to count, even to the extent that it helps the media to search for ‘human angle’ stories
The reputation of Dalits etc. is established as genius. Father-daughter politicians (Sanjay Narvekar and Shweta Basu Prasad), who play Dalit cards, come here. Then whether or not Ian Mani can fulfill his dream through his son, he is in the picture.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui with Sudhir Mishra.
Sudhir Mishra is actually introduced to a man who is ‘ambitious’ through the role of Ian. To prove his point, he fell into the trap of his own conjecture. He knows what the end result of the game Ion is playing through his genius son. But he is so confident in his empty, false argument that he is constantly taking risks. He builds a ladder of deception that rarely takes the sky high.
We actually live in a world where people care more about how things look up, in fact, what that thing really is, we have nothing to do with it. If false and hollow arguments are neatly arranged and brought before us, we will not delay in accepting them. In Ayan’s film, scientist Acharya is all in a ‘rat race’. Everyone wants to be convinced that lies are being sold in the name of ambition. Social media is doing this. We are accepting them as true.
Ian is selling her son’s false talent that he has an IQ of 169. In the role of Ayan, Nawaz has once again revealed that he is the master of acting. He got ‘serious’ with the rest of the actors. Everyone has performed lively. As a narrator, Nawaz’s voice and the survivor in the pull of survival have been well used.
In the fight for survival systems, society and science are in three ways. Its end is fixed in the same way as the star, when it eventually becomes a black hole. The picture ends with a note where the picture is still pending, my friend.
Duration: – One hour 54 minutes
Rashi: – Three and a half
Where to watch: Netflix