A supremely relevant social commentary against the many toxic and regressive patriarchal norms that sadly plague our society even today. And boy, does this film take it all to the crunch! An unapologetic satire which is hilarious, rollicking, and jam-packed with laugh-out-loud moments. It refuses to pull any punches, and rightly so. Basil Joseph is here to stay. Darshana Rajendran is fierce in this. The supporting cast is brilliant. There are some mild pacing issues here and there, but that could be overlooked for the sake of the urgency of the message it has to deliver and the overall fun packaging. Try to watch this in a packed house. Thankfully, the crowd for the show I watched was incredibly receptive and the response was fantastic.
P. S. I’m itching to rave about two scenes where the film peaks, but not doing so for fear of spoilers.