Aarakshan


Aarakshan, got me pulled to screen to watch it just for the reason that it is a Prakash Jha film. I dreaded for watching this sensitive issue of quota system being rambled in the Indian society for playing a big role in the political drama, affecting the country in large scale.
Unfortunately even the strongest star cast Big B could not help this script become powerful, reason being the story line starts with an impactful way of quota system’s effect on the society as a whole but eventually it more or less becomes the fight of a man who is trying to be practical and sincere with his approach of thinking and living.
The story starts well at bringing up the issue of caste based reservation systems in India but half way through loses its issue in show casing the arguments against demands of expensive coaching institutes. I feel the audience perhaps would have wanted to watch a deep insightful conversation of the topic reservation at more political level, as the promos of the movies tried to promise. You can nonetheless watch the movie for coarse performances and some real high recital drama in few scenes.
I would rate the movie 2/5.

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