A lady makes an effort to fit into the traditions and practises of the family she marries into. However, her life is unhappy due of her mother-in-departure law’s for a few months.
|Movie Name||The Great Indian Kitchen|
|OTT Release Date||TBA|
|Theatrical Release Date||February 03, 2023|
|Starring||Aishwarya Rajesh, Rahul Ravindran, Yogi Babu, Poster Nandakumar|
The Great Indian Kitchen Movie Review: They say that certain things are better left unattended. Then then, that can’t be true each and every time. There is nothing that might stop you from telling an incredible story you have come across when your intentions are pure. One such story that has to be told and recounted is The Great Indian Kitchen, the adaptation of the popular Malayalam film of the same name. A subtle exposé of patriarchal men in every single home is made in this movie. It introduces us to the world of the numerous women who perform daily home duties in order to appease the alpha males.
The wedding of a woman with dreams (Aishwarya Rajesh) serves as the movie’s introduction. She married a sociology professor who is adamant that males deserve the moniker “Kudumba Thalaivar” even if they cannot provide for the family financially. And it is what he also teaches his students. Her mother-in-brief law’s departure complicates her life as she struggles to adjust to the household of men with such attitudes.
She finds it difficult to keep up with the family’s “traditions” and regular housework. Will she stay there or make a shocking decision that her family finds shocking?
Although the narrative appears straightforward, the challenges that the main character faces keep us on edge. No genuine conflicts are necessary in this situation since the fact that the lady spends her entire life in the kitchen constitutes a conflict in and of itself. The movie shows Aishwarya Rajesh scrubbing sinks and washing dishes every ten minutes, yet you won’t get bored by that. After all, most of us miss these types of spectacles in our regular lives.
Rahul Ravindran portrays a chauvinistic and self-centered man, and even though he has a few difficult emotional scenes, he still manages to hold the audience’s attention with his portrayal. The climax scene is the only letdown because of how swiftly it concludes. If the staging of this episode had been natural and had any depth, it would have been really powerful. Given that the movie is just 95 minutes long, the filmmaker should have inserted a few more scenes so that the audience could sense her suffering and emancipation.
The film is held together by Aishwarya Rajesh’s strong performance. She was built for the role, and it’s unquestionably one of her greatest roles to date. Yogi Babu’s surprise cameo is a pleasant surprise that gives us some respite. The cinematography has definitely helped raise some parts to a new level, even more so than the soundtrack.
The Great Indian Kitchen has maintained the integrity of the original, and we have no issues with how it was carried out.
The Great Indian Kitchen Tamil Trailer | Aishwarya Rajesh | Jerry Silvester Vincent | R. Kannan
Movie Name : The Great Indian Kitchen Director : R. Kannan Stars : Aishwarya Rajesh, Rahul Ravindran Music : Jerry Silvester Vincent Editor : Leo John Paul DOP : Balasubramaniem Lyricist : Kabilan Vairamuthu & Dr. Kiruthiyaa Publicity Designs – Yuvaraj Ganesan & Rajin Krishnan Art director – Rajkumar Choreography – Gayathri Raguramm & Satish Krishnan Costume Stylist – Pradeepa Pandiyan Pro – Johnson Digital Marketing & Creative Promotion – Digitally Digital Promotion – Jagadesh Executive Producer : Omsaran Producer : Durgaram Choudhary – Neel Choudhary