The Great Indian Kitchen Movie Review

Aishwarya Rajesh is excellent in this short yet compelling drama. Down goes our The Great Indian Kitchen Movie Review.

The Great Indian Kitchen Movie Review

A powerful drama on patriarchy filled with good performances!

Story & Narration
Technical Aspects & Music

Director R. Kannan has recently found himself remaking good films from inside and outside the Tamil film industry, and the latest offering from him is The Great Indian Kitchen, a remake of the Malayalam film of the same name.

The film here, features Aishwarya Rajesh and Rahul Ravindran in the lead roles, is a story of pure patriarchy and how it affects the life of an ambitious woman and limits her to the household. The uncomfortability which was trained in the original is also coming in here, and the film manages to keep us pinned for its short 95 minute runtime. Kannan keeps the ball rolling throughout with some interesting sequences that showcase the reality that takes place with such households.

Once again, Aishwarya Rajesh impresses in a very good role that seems tailor-made for her. The actress has many scenes to showcase her talent and she does that with consummate ease.

Rahul Ravindran is a great casting choice for the film, and he does fit into the scene superbly. The rest of the cast have also done their job well.

The film is technically neat with good work on the edit table and with respect to the other technicalities.

The Great Indian Kitchen may not be as clear as its Malayalam counterpart with respect to the clarity in its ideas and its presentation, but the film is worth a watch and will create a good amount of discussion.  The Great Indian Kitchen Movie Review by Only Kollywood

The Great Indian Kitchen (Tamil) Movie Review Rating: 3/5

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