It is good old-fashioned detective work about a singular case that is impacting the lives and times of a very small group of people in a particular location. The localisation of the plot helps the filmmakers concentrate on more important things like script and screenplay.
“I am a good judge of what works and what doesn’t. Success is different from talent. What we know isn’t as important as what we do with the things we know.”
Cinema has always been a mirror to the society of the times and it has been no different when dealing with the stark differences in privilege and opportunities among sections of our society.
Vijay or Joseph Vijay as H Raja from the BJP would like to refer to him has been at the centre of such controversies for quite a few years now.
It is because of this one movie that came 25 years ago which has been the backbone of my adulation for the lawyer-turned-actor.