Chicken Curry Law Review
Director – Shekhar Sirrin
Star cast – Natalia Janoszek, Ashutosh Rana and Makarand Deshpande
Genre – Social Drama
Production Studio – Seven Hills Cine Creations
Ratings – 4.0
The film deals with a Belly dancer from Portugal who comes to Mumbai to make her career in the entertainment industry. Two men dupe and kidnap her soon rape her. Soon it turns a courtroom drama where we see strong arguments and counter-arguments from both the sides, so who wins the battle and how would be interesting to explore in the nearby film.
The film defies the axiom we often believe in India – Atithi Devo Bhava (A guest is like God). These are simple words which have no meaning to the lustful and morally corrupt people who are bent on to prove that the lady who is the victim is not less than a prostitute. The film raises an important question as to why and how the people committing heinous crimes like rapes get away so easily using their money and muscle power. It questions as to why our law doest act like a deterrent to the people who are looking out for reasons to commit such crimes. This strong social message-based film is backed with some powerful performances we see on the silver screen.
Thanks to the smart choice of star-cast by the makers like Ashutosh Rana who defends the victim. He goes out of the way to help the lady and get justice with his powerful and incredible performance. His every dialogue and action speaks volume about the research and hard work the makers have done to help him get into the character. The script is the result of meticulous research work of the writers and the director who were successful enough to showcase their well-researched script over the silver screen. The other elements like music, dialogues, photography, editing, screenplay, and other technical elements, all went smooth adding entertainment value to the film.
Chicken Curry Law The Last Word
The film is a hard-hitting social drama, that deals with the sensitive subject of raping and disrespecting foreign nationals. It showcases good research and meticulously made script giving a powerful film to catch backed with robust performances making it a must-watch for people with a similar zest of films.