The political research organization All India Bakchod recently released for the first time an analytical documentary film about India’s historic meteoric charismatic leader, Arvind Kejriwal. A landmark piece of cinema, the film is a super compressed concentrate of cinematographic proficiency and a seamless confluence of several styles.
Beginning with a restless hero and devastating sobriety of a man facing a crisis, we discover the true reason Arvind Kejriwal was spurred to join politics (“Sir, Anna ne aapki saari Olk Monk phek di”) to learning how to be gareeb-max humble (Party ka Logo logon ki tarah hona chahiye – bhari sasta) it is a story of determined preparation (think Bruce Lee shoving his hands in hot sand) that leads to triumph.
All India Bakchod demonstrate their mastery in understanding the fundamentals of Indian politics with an insightful quote from Rahul Gandhi as well.
“Mummy says this is a horror movie.” ~ Rahul Gandhi
There is a complete absence of tea sellers in the film and wise advice to Arvind Kejriwal for the future.
Sir vigilante justice band karo ab. CM ho, Shaktiman nahi”
The film is a realistic representation of the many facets of India, with terrifying corrupt villains and a modest Nayak who prevails with puny weapons like a broom and a bucket of water.
In fact, in keeping with the gareeb max realistically, the entire 20-20 feature was shot within a budget of one lakh. All India Bakchod is now issuing challenges to film production houses to declare their budgets.
The storyline is so fantastic that Alok Nath decided to come out of the closet as Arvind Kejriwal’s mentor and has also added value by giving seekers free advice on how they can gain his blessings.
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There are some parts I did not like. For example, the film could have experimented with showing a cup of tea, if not a tea seller. They played it too safe like a media outlet. Alok Nath promoting Melody chocolates sounded like a sponsorship.
But the biggest directorial mistake in the film was Arvind Kejriwal’s weapons. Any person who has cleaned their house will tell you that you can’t really get it clean with broom and water alone. They should have shown a mop somewhere.
The film got a bit slow in the second half…. hah. Kidding. At 4 minutes and 45 seconds, it is over before your nerves can convey your boredom to your brain. In fact, it takes less time to see than it took you to read this review, which just goes to show how anyone can be suckered into accepting any opinions rather than forming their own.
Now watch, so you at least know what you read about.