Introduction- The movie is set in a rural area where a little girl is violated. Her family members are concerned about her survival more than anything else. The perpetrator is powerful and wealthy. Will justice be delivered to the victim is the main point of the movie.
Plot Synopsis- 'Manda', a little girl in a village is raped and dumped by a politician's son. The family of the girl is dissuaded by the cops to file complain against the perpetrator as he posses power and stature. Despite all these warnings and hardships, Manda's grandmother plans a brutal punishment for the wrongdoer and to some extent takes law in her hands when she founds no support from law and order.
Theme- It is a revenge saga which is devised in a realistic and effective manner.
What's good- Sushama Deshpande as Ajji is terrific and played her part with utmost honesty. Her acting performance will make you invested in her. The scenes are dark and uncomfortable to watch because they are crafted to perfection. Every frame appears to be painstakingly constructed. Sharvani Suryavanshi as 'Manda' is also influential. Her expressions and body language are to the point at all places in the movie. Also, Abhishek Banerjee as a sex maniac is grotesque and depraved, and has also played his part with finesse.
What's bad- In the second half, some scenes took very long to unfold which made the film little bit dragging.
Book a ticket or not- Sure, this film is going to keep you at the edge of your seat.
Conclusion- The film will show you that the human rites for the marginalized people of India are still a luxury and how difficult it is for the poor to get justice in the nation!