Film Name: Brij Mohan Amar Rahe
Director: Nikhil Nagesh Bhat
Review: 100 minutes of naked reality!
Brij Mohan Amar Rahe a film that reflects so many stark realities of the society we live in and the life we often choose for ourselves
- An unhealthy setup of unsecured loans which is like a dark pit of heightened gravitywherein once sucked in, there’s no way out…
- A man who is always looked upon as an ATM Machine whether he is a husband or a boyfriend.
- A wife who loves her husband only because he left behind an insurance policy of 25 lakhs (2.5 million).
- A girlfriend who is only after sex and money in the relationship apart from a promise of a foreign trip and is an expert in playing the emotional game on the man.
- Lawyers who are ready to suck blood (read money) at the slightest chance.
- A corrupt police force which itself abets crime when it suits their motives and conveniences.
- A judge and a legal system which not only turns a blind eye to the misgivings of the system but is also an active participant in it.
- A close friend who will backstab you if you approach them in times of adversity.
- A bunch of unrelated people who do not care about what’s right or wrong and truth but only to realize their selfish means.
- The allegorical and metaphorical relevance of death in today’s life.
And not to forget, the relevance of the title with the plot and storyline is simply put, well-thought, apt, catchy and relevant.
All in all, brilliant story telling reflecting today’s times, engaging screenplay to narrate the simultaneous scenes, brisk direction and fearless production. Again it’s Netflix to tell us how fearless and relevant cinema can be.
When will we have more and more fearless producers in India?
In the meantime, do not miss out on Brij Mohan Amar Rahe on Netflix…