Chakravyuh Review New Movie of Prakash Jha
Tons of documents and conversations on TV have been worn out to lay simple the primary problems concerning India’s most losing issue, which, according to professionals, is pulling the country apart. Get into Prakash Jha with his believed invoking ‘Chakravyuh’ - and it can be decisively said that there cannot be a more healthy strategy to create an representation around something as complicated a topic as Naxalism.
After seeing ‘Chakravyuh’, I could well think about the network which Prakash Jha would have discovered him in, for he was treading the direction that no frequent film maker would challenge consider. The topic is such that if not managed craftily, it would fall short to create a level. There are as many followers for the issue as are surfaces.
But Jha, the maverick that he is, considered more on his indictment, supported by extensive footwork on the Maoist activity, Red Arena and Naxalism, has did hugely to create yet another perform of art after ‘Gangajal’, ’Aparahan’, ‘Raajneeti’ and ‘Aarakshan’ – with Chakravyuh.