The Great Indian Kitchen Movie Review
- By: nettv4u.com
- Review for the film: "The Great Indian Kitchen"
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- Runtime: 1 Hour 36 Minutes
- Certificate: UA
- Released: 03-02-2023
- Genre: Drama
ORE AST REW
- Leo John Paul
- R Kannan
- The screenplay and execution are good
- The performances are laudable
- The climax should have been better
The Great Indian Kitchen is a remake of the Malayalam film of the same name. “R Kannan” directed the film. Aishwarya Rajesh plays the lead role. Rahul Ravindran, Yogi Babu, Poster Nandakumar, Mekha Rajan, and Kalai Rani are cast in the supporting roles. Jerry Silvester Vincent composed the music. The cinematography is by “Balasubramaniem,” and Leo John Paul edited the film. Durgaram Choudhary and Neel Choudhary produced the film.
A young girl gets married into a family, where the men always want the women to carry only the household chores and dominate them. Though the girl adjusts to her husband and father-in-law’s domination at home, she can’t bear them when her mother-in-law is out of the house for a few months. Though her husband is educated and works as a teacher, he is patriarchal and sees his wife down. The girl who had a lot of dreams before marriage was unable to lead her life happily. What will be her decision when her husband and father-in-law show a great attitude? The rest of the film deals with this.
Aishwarya Rajesh fits well in the role and proves her worth once again with a neat performance. Rahul Ravindran looks smart and has also performed smartly. The rest of the cast did what was needed.
Kannan didn’t make any significant changes from the original story. Aishwarya replaced Nimisha Sajayan and has done justice to the given role and proved that she is the wisest choice for this role. The film showcases the issues faced by women in a middle-class male chauvinist family. Many women could relate to this film. Though the film was carried out well, the climax is not much satisfactory. Yogi Babu’s cameo is neat too. The visuals are good, and the art direction is perfect. Kudos to the production designing team, who perfectly designed a middle-class household. The director has done his part well, except for the climax.
What’s Not There?
Many women could relate to the character in this story. The film didn’t have any significant story but was impressive with its story design, execution, and performances.