Juice (II) (2017)
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Singh's a middle family Mr. Singh and his wife Manju have hosted a small get together in their house where the men are busy boozing and talking about the world. Manju is seen cleaning the leftovers from the table. Manju along with women gang is starving in the hot kitchen to keep the party going on for the men. The film focuses on the gender difference in a middle-class background where a struggling woman meets all end to keep everything right but doesn't get her due.
Here, the women cooked in the kitchen and brought in delicacies for their husbands to enjoy, at a small gathering at the Singh residence.The conversation the men were having juxtaposed the actions of their wives. Every time they spoke of women being weak, soft or incapable of handling the outside world, their wives would be dealing with a problem in the kitchen that overrode all such assumptions. Can a woman not travel in the heat and humidity for work when she is otherwise experiencing the same while cooking in a kitchen that almost becomes a furnace in the heat? Shefali Shah played the hostess Manju, brilliantly portraying the frustration and silent rebellion that builds up inside a housewife. She makes each performance of hers look effortless and is always earnest. Although the film was straightforward, one-tone and the message was almost shoved down one's throat, it struck a chord.
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