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Top 10 Films Looking Into Indian Judiciary System

Top 10 Films Looking Into Indian Judiciary System Hindi Article

1. Satyagraha

Director: Prakash Jha

An extremely emotional political thriller with an amazing star cast inspired by some real-life incidents, Satyagraha revolves around the conflicts between a common man and the Indian government. It shows the struggle of the middle class of the nation to establish a transparent democratic government. Issues like corruption and dirty politics etc. are the highlights of this politically momentous, perfectly timed movie

2. Raajneeti

Director: Prakash Jha

Starring hot and happening Bollywood couple Katrina Kaif and Ranbir Kapoor, Raajneeti, a political melodrama based on electoral politics, is a perfect display of horrifying games people play to be in power. It introduces us to the dark and devilish world outside that has the power to change white to shades of grey. An amazing star cast along with dazzling performances prove to be a cherry on the cake.

3. Talvar

Director: Meghna Gulzar

Based on a true story, Talvar focuses on the mysterious death of a 14year old girl, Aarushi Talvar and her servant Khempal which left the whole India stunned and shocked. The director has tried her best to throw light on investigation procedures followed by the state police to address the question behind the disturbing double murders. Attempts are made to bring in focus the inefficiencies and flaws of Indian legal system.

4. Gangaajal

Director: Prakash jha

Ajay Devgan starrer, ultraviolent movie, Gangaajal sheds light on inefficient, malfunctioning ,corrupt police force of an imaginary district of Tezpur in Bihar. The police force was involved in all kinds of heinous crimes like bribery, nepotism etc. SP Amit Kumar (Ajay Devgan), a revolutionary man is called upon to put an end to such a situation.

5. Shahid

Director: Hansal Mehta

Shahid, an exceptional biographical documentation and a low budget film based on the life of a slain lawyer, Shahid is a tremendously inspirational movie which stirs the audience emotionally to the core. Shahid was represented as an accused in several bombings and is therefore criticized for supporting terrorists. We see him being assassinated towards the end in his office by two gunmen. Later on, he is freed of all the charges by the supreme court of India due to lack of evidence against him.

6. Jolly LLB

Director: Subhash Kapoor

A perfect duo Arshad Warsi, Boman Irani starrer Jolly LLB, a courtroom comedy drama, is all about the life of a lawyer Jagdish Tyagi, aka, Jolly and how he tries to help six innocents to earn their rights. The film draws inspiration from 1999 hit and run case of Sanjeev Nanda.

7. No One Killed Jessica

Director: Rajkumar Gupta

Based on the murder of Jessica Lal (1999), a renowned model, Vidya Balan, Rani Mukherjee starrer, No One Killed Jessica depicts Jessica Lal’s sister Sabrina Lall’s fight for justice. The film tries to shed light on flawed legal procedures, the loopholes in the police system and corruption in the country, and is best known for its exceptional star cast.

8. Aarakshan

Director: Prakash Jha

Starring one of the most talked about Bollywood Jodi of Deepika Padukone and Saif Ali Khan along with the unmatched entertainer in Indian cinema Amitabh Bachchan, Aarakshan focuses on the issue of reservation in Indian government jobs and educational institutions and was centered around the supreme court’s 2008 verdict on the agreement for providing reservations for other backward classes.

9. Sarkar

Director: Ram Gopal Varma

Inspired by Mario Puzo’s “The Godfather” and also partially by the life of Bal Thackrey, this Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Katrina Kaif starrer crime film uses Marathi politics as its frame of reference again focusing on corrupt law and order in the country.

10. Saaransh

Director: Mahesh Bhatt

A Hindi drama film starring Anupam Kher, Rohini Hattangadi, is a story of an elderly couple residing in Mumbai who has lost their only son in a horrifying incident in New York. It shows how sometimes even the law guarding forces of the nation fails to provide justice to a common man.


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