M | 18/03/2022 07:03 PM | Click to read full article
Much gets said and written when a female-fronted project is served to the audiences. And in Suresh Triveni's Jalsa, you get to see two such strong and fiery female characters heading the film.
This is not the cinema of one-upmanship or settling scores. It’s a muted sentiment of the marginalised that can be summarised in a line: “This is how it feels.”