The Image Of The Girls Who Came Forward With Complaints Came To Light While Watching The Movie: Shailaja Teacher Congratulates Jaya Jaya Jayahey: KK Shailaja teacher praised the new movie Jaya Jaya Jayahe starring Darshan Rajendran and Basil Joseph. Shailaja shared a note on her Facebook page congratulating the actors, director, and other crew members of Jaya Jaya Jaya.
Shailaja’s teacher said that it is appropriate to present a topic of social importance wrapped in humor and besides showing the problem of girls, the film also depicts the fact that boys are also subjected to various disturbances in the family context.
Shailaja Teacher added that all the domestic violence, suicides, and murders in Kerala society are the creation of a social system based on gender discrimination and Basil was able to correctly capture the image of the young people who are frightened and sometimes vindictive.
Shailaja also congratulated director Vipin Das and his team in a note that specifically mentions the performances of Basil and Darshana.
“Congratulations to Basil Joseph. It is very appropriate that a topic of great social importance was wrapped in humor and presented to society. The film communicates well the humiliation and slavery girls experience in today’s totalitarian society.
At the same time, the film also depicts the fact that boys are also subjected to various disturbances in such a family background. The nature of a male-dominated society is to completely deny the right of girls to freedom of expression and to choose their own life.
The character played by Darshana Rajendran was a direct reflection of this slavery. While watching the movie, the image of many girls who came forward with complaints came to mind. Domestic violence, suicides, and murders in Kerala society today are the creation of a social system based on gender discrimination.
Most women live their lives declaring themselves weak by cooperating with this supremacy. The two characters of this film, mother and sister, became a direct picture of this miserable condition.
Along with this, the character of Rajesh played by Basil is proof of how weak and perverted the minds of boys are as a result of the collapse of family relationships in a patriarchal society. The mockery and violence towards women are a reflection of the false bravado that the disenfranchised adolescent enters into adulthood to mask his sense of inferiority.
All these anxieties are expressed as dominance in the wife who is brought home like a slave and leads to an attitude of beating and subjugation. Basil manages to capture the image of the sometimes vindictive youth who flinch and fear even the slightest problem while showing off their mustached bravado.
It is a good sign that when this serious social issue was presented in a humorous way, there was a positive response from both men and women who thronged the theater. It is also an indication that Malayali’s enjoyment level has not gone down completely.
In some films, when sexual slurs are used against women, applause from the theater has been seen with discomfort. It is a frightening fact how distorted the message such a young society can send to the next generation.
Films promoting extreme superstitions and witchcraft processes should be discouraged. The Censor Board will not see scenes depicting human sacrifices of infants and awakening monstrous creatures by shedding human blood.
Amidst these handicaps, a good movie has been made that can be watched and enjoyed by the family and the ideas are properly absorbed. Everyone who acted in it gave a good performance.
Kudos to everyone including director Vipin Das, who is behind such a good film with social commitment,” Shailaja Teacher wrote on Facebook.