19 May 2014 | mg-gopalan
A social drama in a rural setting. Accumulated wealth, over generations can do good. But what are the obstacles.
Wealth in rural India is power, as elsewhere in the world - but more so.
Ajay Kumar has an inheritance mandate to improve living conditions in his ancestral village.
A close relative is the villain of the piece, who wishes to retain control of the village, its people and continue to exploit.
While the plot is thematic, direction is weak, editing is worse. Stunts in the denouement are good.
The movie exposes conflict and collaboration between rural and urban India.
Worth watching if you have an interest in rural India.