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Jeerjimbe Movie Review: A Motivation To Battle A Social Evil In Our Country

Published On: 16 November 2018 | Sandalwood | By:

Jeerjimbe Movie Review: A Motivation To Battle A Social Evil In Our Country

Jeerjimbe Movie Review: We are finally getting to see art films in Sandalwood which deals about issues like child marriage which is still prevailing in our society.

Child Marriages still prevails in our society in different rural parts of the country. Most girls aged before 13 are married off and they end up suffering various consequences like domestic violence, early pregnancy and marital rape. Even though the government has declared that child marriage is considered to be a crime, it still prevails in states like Rajasthan, Haryana and other states. This is what is shown in Jeerjimbe.

The story of the film revolves around a young girl Rudri (Sri Vanalli) who lives in a hamlet away from the city and has dreams which are dreamt by most of the girls of that age. She loves studying and wants to live life in her own terms. One day, for getting good marks she is awarded a bicycle by the school, which gives her wings to fly high.

But all this comes to a standstill when her parents push her for child marriage and that shatters her life. In a village where being regressive is rewarded and progressive attitude is ostracized, Rudri then barks upon a mission to escape from her rightist village. She heads on a journey where her wings grow magically and she flies higher and higher while riding the bicycle in the free cycles programme.

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Director Karthik Saragur has taken a very good subject and trust me, this is the cinema which the world has to witness. After winning multiple awards last year from the state, the only thing that matters is the recognition from many intellectuals which is very much recommended for this.

Overall, this film is the one which should be shortlisted for Oscars too. By looking at the film, I can hum Celine Dion's I'm Alive for 126 minutes while watching in theatres.


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