Joji movie review

American entertainment – films and shows that the Indian masses are most exposed to among global entertainment options – tend to be filled with adults who were scarred by their parents, and it is commonplace to hear such characters utter this lament: “Oh my god, I have become my Mum/Dad.” If that is one extreme of the relationship spectrum, Indian popular culture is the other, brimming over with saintly mothers and fathers adored by their dutiful daughters and sons. Director Dileesh Pothan’s Joji is a departure from the Indian trend but steers clear of American clichés.

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