Education is one of the most important and serious questions we have. Even today, education is being spread and propagated everywhere. The work of emphasizing the importance of education can still be seen in some parts. Education is spread through different mediums. One of the most effective mediums is film. It is a well-known fact that the subjects covered in films reach the people effectively. This has always been the case with films based on education. But there is an interesting thing in this type of movie. Because that’s what ‘cinema’ is all about. But if there is something wrong with it, then the film falls short. The same thing happened with the movie ‘Dasavi’. The message conveyed in this movie directed by Tushar Jalota is important. But because of the storytelling, cinema has passed the test of entertainment.

Ganga Ram Chaudhary (Abhishek Bachchan), the Chief Minister of the fictional state of Harit Pradesh, appears in court for a hearing in a scam case. He was arrested while believing that he would be acquitted. Even if Ganga, who is the Chief Minister, goes to jail, his ‘leader’ Rubab does not diminish. Then came the entry of honest, disciplined jailor Jyoti Deswal (Yami Gautam Dhar). There is an expected argument between the jailer and the prisoner. Ganga decides to sit for the 10th standard examination to get relief from the work given to the prisoners. But over time, events unfold, which Ganga, who initially decided to sit for exams to avoid other tasks, later took the matter seriously. If he does not pass the matriculation examination, he decides that he will never sit in the Chief Minister’s chair again. In order to complete the challenge given to the jailer, he has to study hard and take exams. There is also an election between them. At that time, he and his wife Bimala Devi Chaudhary (Nimrat Kaur) are having a political argument. So the whole journey of whether he passes the school and political exams is shown in the cinema.

When the trailer of the movie was released, many people had guessed what would be in it. When the story of the film, its subject matter, its end is all known, then some shocking techniques are expected in it. The audience is also expected to take the movie on an unexpected turn. But the ‘tenth’ does not meet this expectation. Instead of being curious about ‘what will happen next’, they make sure that ‘what will happen next’ will happen. Sometimes it turns out to be true. So the old thing we know seems to be looking at the new. When Ganga is imprisoned at the very beginning of the movie, it seems that the thing and the subject have been directly touched; But in fact, the story of the film has to pick up speed in the second half of the morning. As a result, the first half of the movie has become a bit slow. Racialism is still prevalent in the states of North India. The film manages to entertain as well as inform. But it was not very necessary. The film manages to entertain as well as inform. The director chose the subplot to show that the temptation of a political chair can happen to anyone, anytime and anywhere and it reached the audience.

Abhishek Bachchan is a very strong actor. The actor, who has been making movies for a period of months and years, has recently reappeared in a series of movies and web series. In all kinds of roles like villain, comedy, serious, only a few actors get audience favor. Abhishek is one of them. The movie ‘Dasavi’ is not one of his best acting movies. But he did his job well. Along with him, actresses like Nimrat Kaur and Yami Gautam Dhar have also done their roles well. All the artists have mastered the accent of Haryanvi language.

Tushar Jalota has previously worked as an assistant director for many good movies. ‘Dasavi’ is his first film as a director. As a first attempt, he did his best. Sachin-Jigar’s music-background music in the movie is fine. The dialogues are not very special. Now the issue is the spread of education and its importance. Not much is said about the right to education. Education is available to anyone; It is assumed that. But there are many who are deprived of education. Everyone has the right to education at any age, time and circumstance and that is what he or she wants to learn. The message in the movie is very important; But it is not as effective as it should be. Still, it is okay to watch movies for the theme of the film and for Abhishek Bachchan.

Cinema: Tenth

Producers: Dinesh Vision, Shobhana Yadav, Sandeep Lezel

Directed by: Tushar Jalota

Story: Ram Bajpayee

Writing: Ritesh Shah, Suresh Nair, Sandeep Lezel

Cast: Abhishek Bachchan, Nimrat Kaur, Yami Gautam Dhar, Manu Rishi Chadha, Chittaranjan Tripathi

Music – Background music: Sachin-Jigar

Cinematography: Kabir Tejpal

Compilation: a. Shrikar Prasad

Quality: Two and a half star


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