Prakash Jha’s name is also an allegory of Hindi cinema and bitter truth. It is good that all the films are being released on OTT at this time. Prakash Jha’s new film ‘Pareeksha’ is the reality of society. A film that will touch your heart directly, a few tears will be stuck on the eyes of the eye and if you try to speak in between, then the voice will also get stuck in the throat.
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Buchi resides in Ambedkar Colony and takes people from nearby neighborhoods to English school. His own child studies at Bulbul Government School. Butchi dreams that his son should also study in English school.
One day, with the help of thousands of rupees left on a ride, he also enrolls his son in English school. But, then starts the cycle in which every parent knows the pain of getting stuck, their salary is limited and school expenses are unlimited. Buchi starts stealing and the entry in the story here is a real-life inspired character of SSP Ranchi.
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Inspired by Abhayanand, who is away from publicity, this character has been done by Sanjay Suri in the film. Sanjay Suri is also becoming younger and younger as the actor within him is getting older.
The tone of his speech, the sharpness on his face and his not being able to track down the MLA of the area seem absolutely real. And, it looks like real, the acting of Priyanka Bose, who plays Radhika in the film. Priyanka has touched Smita Patil, Nandita Das and Usha Jadhav in the role of rickshaw-working pottery buffing wife Kama. Bulbul Bane Shubham is also good.
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Film Pareeksha also test audiences on many levels. The unequal education system of children all over the country definitely hurts them at some time, even after reading and writing, it is known that it is more important to speak English than to have a degree in the country.
The children of the village, town and small town are studying from class six to class 12 just for reading. The child studying in the CBSE Board of the city is also preparing for competition together. There is no match between the two. The first one learns ABCD in class six, the second one is debiting English in class six.
The release of the film ‘Pareeksha’ has also taken place at the right moment. Uniform education policy has been needed in the country for years. Government schools in Delhi have created a tradition to give a tough competition to private schools in the capital.
Such government schools should be held in every nook and corner of the country so that the examination should not only be conducted by children and parents, it should also be of the examination system. And, if six percent of GDP is decided to be spent on education, then so should it.