|Film Name||Jaladhara Pumpset Since 1962 (2023)|
|Producer(s)||Baiju Chellamma Sagar Sanitha Sasidharan|
|Lead Cast||See Full Cast|
|Release Date||11 August 2023 (India)|
|Movie Budget||4 Cr. (Estimated)|
|Box Office Collection||N.A. Cr. Approximately (Worldwide)|
|Rating||IMDB: 9.3. Bollywood Product: 4|
Jaladhara Pumpset Since 1962 is an Indian Malayalam-language Satire film released on 11 August 2023.
The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) issued a U rating to the Malayalam-language film Jaladhara Pumpset Since 1962, vide certificate No. DIL/1/43/2023-THI dated 7 July 2023. The runtime of the film is 139 Minutes and 34 Seconds.
The film Jaladhara Pumpset Since 1962 features Urvashi, Indrans, Sagar, Sanusha, Johny Antony, T G Ravi, Nisha Sarangh, and many others.
Step into a world where the Indian judiciary takes the spotlight, and the movie serves up a satirical narrative that's both clear and entertaining.
The film revolves around two central characters, Mrinalini and Mani. They lead us through the intriguing world of the Indian judiciary, giving us a peek behind the scenes while keeping us amused.
Mrinalini chases a thief who has taken her water pump. The case stretches on for years without any judgment, possibly highlighting the inefficiencies of India's judicial system.
This film isn't just for laughs; it's a satire with a purpose. It holds a mirror up to the current state of the Judicial System in India, presenting it in a way that tickles our funny bones while making us think.
Prepare for a rollercoaster of incidents as the movie unfolds. Some will make you pause and reflect on your understanding of the judiciary, while others will have you rolling in laughter.
Even as it pokes fun, the movie doesn't shy away from diving into the experiences of those involved. It addresses the grievances of petitioners and the emotional turmoil of the accused, all the while maintaining its witty tone.
Questions abound as the movie delves into the core of the judicial process. When will justice be served? Is justice truly the same for all? Can justice for one turn out to be injustice for another?
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