Jaya Jaya Jaya Jaya Hey Review: Jaya Jaya Jaya Jaya Hey, another directorial this year from Vipin Das after Antakshari has released recently on Hotstar in multiple languages, here we are going to review the film, tell you about the story and some more details about the film.

The Malayalam Film has been helmed by Darshana Rajendran along with Basil Joseph telling us the all too familiar story of domestic violence but this time, the woman has had enough of her life getting dictated by the men and she fights back. Here are our thoughts about the film.

The film is about 150 minutes long and during that span, it managed to cover most of the things that it sought to cover. We’re met by Jaya’s upbringing which causes the disappointment of not having the freedom to make choices for herself to the duality of men who all seem all too good for the world but somehow end up even below the standard that Jaya has been accustomed to in her household.

Humour has been installed in the film beautifully and at some point, you realize it is also a satire on the current world that talks everything about woman’s equality and freedom but don’t want to start it from their household.

Ending Explained: Jaya Jaya Jaya Jaya Hey Ending Explained

There are not a lot of songs and the film’s only fuel is its plot and the acting which work beautifully together and the ensemble is worth watching. The film towards the end feels a bit rushed but does manage to deliver a worthy ending and doesn’t feel like a happy ending or a compromise.

Final Verdict: 3/5

“Jaya Jaya Jaya Jaya Hey is a story of a fight for independence when one’s had enough, instilled in it humor throughout with great performances making it a worthy watch.”



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