How amazing it would be if all the Indian politicians and bureaucrats are shown a movie on the corrupt judicial practices in India! This day is not far from reality!
Well the news has it that the upcoming movie Jolly LLB will have a special screening exclusively for all the politicians and bureaucrats. What makes this screening more exciting is the fact that Jolly LLB is a satire on the judicial system of India. The people in charge of the judicial reigns of the country will be able to take a firsthand look on what they do and how people move on dealing with everything that comes their way.
There are questions related to this development that why should the people at high rank agree to watch Jolly LLB, when the same special screening for Ram Gopal Varma’s The Attacks of 26/11 got a mixed response. Well the answer has it that movie has been crafted very cleverly revealing the corrupt side of the administration combining it with light humour. Confirming the developments of the movie Arshad Warsi said, “I hope after watching the film, they realise how the judicial system truly works on the ground level. That should open up their eyes further.”
The director of Jolly LLB is very excited to make people in power see the special screening of the movie. The latest from the sets of the movie has it, “Even though the film is a satire on the judicial system of the country, Kapoor is confident that those running the country won’t hesitate in watching Jolly LLB beforehand. In any case, citizens are aware about the way things move in the courts of India. If he is projecting reality, it has to be seen on the face value. Moreover he is not making a hard hitting statement or anything. He is maintained a light hearted narrative for the film as Arshad Warsi and Boman Irani would be seen getting into some humour filled confrontations.”
If all goes well the movie will undergo the special screening planned for it. The question remains whether the objective of showing Jolly LLB to politicians, bureaucrats and officials connected to law will be met or not?