Serious Men: Movie Review (Netflix)

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Directed by – Sudhir Mishra

Produced by – Sudhir Mishra, Bhavesh Mandalia, Sejal Shah

Written by – Bhavesh Mandalia, Abhijeet Khuman, Niren Bhatt, Nikhil Nair

Based on – Serious Men by Manu Joseph

Starring – Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Indira Tiwari, Yogesh Yadav, Nassar, Aakshath Das, Sanjay Narvekar, Shweta Basu Prasad

Serious Men dependent on a book by Manu Joseph, follows Ayyan Mani, who is tortured with his ‘under-special’ cultural status. As a dad, he starts to profit by his child’s freshly discovered acclaim as a kid virtuoso. In any case, gradually he starts to understand that the mystery he harbors will devastate the very thing he adores the most.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Ayyan Mani has a lot to bring to the table yet similarly as the character does, the creators likewise abandon interfacing with the crude individuals, its crowd. The story follows Ayyan Mani, a moderately aged Dalit filling in as a collaborator to a Brahmin cosmologist at the Institute of Theory and Research in Mumbai. He lives in a ghetto with his significant other and a child, and for his entire life has felt the weight of the general public and its great and awful desires. Ayyan is a lot of mindful of how the world functions. He likewise discloses it to his significant other that to carry on with an existence of essential extravagance a family needs to experience at any rate four ages. Be that as it may, Ayyan actually has expectation and needs to give the best to his significant other and child. We regularly observe him compromising to encounter a superior life and possibly skirt an age of battle. He fakes living in a lodging to appreciate a poolside view or plays the casualty card to get his way in a discussion, however it before long changes when his child, Adi develops a notoriety for being a virtuoso youngster.

Ayyan ventures up to demonstrate that regardless of his group and standing, with decent instruction he can enable his child to turn into a balanced person. Adi accumulates consideration with bewildering math-explaining aptitudes and the ability to get science and the universe at sub-atomic level. From schools, media to lawmakers, all accumulate to take a bit of his notoriety, until the strain to keep up begins to destroy more than Ayyan’s fantasies for a superior future.

What makes the film worth viewing is the message it endeavors to give at long last. With more screen time in investigating the enthusiastic obligation of the dad child pair would have made the film more close to home. We live in optimistic India where tests were a greater subject of discussion and worry than a pandemic with a huge number of lives in danger. With a more grounded approach, Serious Men might have had a greater effect, about training, reservation, legitimacy and class, however we just figure out how to get an impression. Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Ayyan Mani manages everything perfectly, even with just his back to the screen. Then, Indira Tiwari and Aakshath Das have a solid yet unobtrusive presence. Das is extraordinary as the virtuoso and as the terrified six-year-old kid, who needs just to mess around with his dad. Generally, Serious Men is an anticipated family dramatization about a dad against the world, but it is likewise a charming story of a dad who is about his kid.