Jaago: 5 times this Sivakarthikeyan, Fahadh Faasil and Nayanthara starrer made subtle comments about the society
Here are a few subtle commentaries from Jaago that you might have missed while watching the Sivakarthikeyan starrer!
Jaago starring Nayanthara, Sivakarthikeyan, and Fahadh Faasil is a movie that will leave you thinking about it days after you have watched it. There are many times when the movie makes a comment on society and it is extremely subtle, but if you carefully look, it is packed with messages for you!
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1) When Gyanu’s mother asked his sister to stop listening to Mrinalini
When Mrinalini talks about how women can also have the right to indulge in vices as men do, Gyanu’s mother is stunned and asks Gyanu’s sister to never listen to people like her. Even without giving it a thought, Mrinalini becomes the bad person here.
2) When Fahadh Faasil’s character says that people will even buy poison if it is at a discount
It is just a dialogue, but it speaks volumes about how brands perceive the common man of India. Many products are heavily priced and then are given a small discount knowing that the users will buy them.
3) When Gyanu brings in reform with his radio station
When people start paying heed to Gyanu’s advice, they start changing their locality for the better, which only shows that if people are spoken to on a ground level, they would be a significant part of the change and better our society.
4) When Gyanu manages to convince the employees of Saffron to go by the rules for two days
When Gyanu manages to convince his employees, we learn that people are not often voluntarily a part of corruption. They might be forced into it, without their knowledge and education will change all of that!
5) When Kasi talks about how little kids earn lakhs
When Gyanu asks Kasi if he can start a radio station, Kasi tells him how much the other children, way younger than him, earn. As he is proud of it, it tells us how some parts of our society are still more likely to chose child labour over education.
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