Privileges that women do not get even if they go to work
Falimi is a film that tells the story of a family of five who are in conflict. Directed by Nitish Sahadevan, the film featured Basil Joseph, Jagadish, Manju Pillai, Sandeep Pradeep and Meenraj Palluruthy in lead roles.
Manju Pillai is coming to Falimi as Rama’s wife. In the family where the husband is plowing without going to work, Rama and his son Anup take care of the expenses. They are characters who are caught between a quarreling father and son and often have to intervene to end it.
Along with going to work to support the family, Rama also does household chores. They don’t have the privilege of just sitting in the chair and sleeping and relaxing like the husband who doesn’t go to work even for the reason of supporting the family.
The son gets angry and says ‘didn’t you make anything here’ to get rid of his anger? Rama is also giving his mother-in-law’s medicine correctly. This is probably the case with the average woman of Rama’s age. Even if they go to work, they have to take responsibility at home.
Manju Pillai has given a good performance as Rama in the film. Manju has made Rama beautiful who struggles between a bickering father and son and who explodes when needed. Especially her performance in the scenes with her husband played by Jagadish was outstanding. Although they portrayed husband and wife who did not understand each other, their chemistry as a couple was an asset to the film.
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