- Series Review: JL 50
- Artists: Abhay Deol, Ritika Anand, Pankaj Kapoor, Piyush Mishra, Rajesh Sharma, etc.
- Writer-Director: Shailendra Vyas
- OTT: Sony Live
An orphaned child who often grows up often sits on an orphanage bench simply because he may know who his family members are. Then after 35 years, he gets a chance to know this truth and that too at the moment when he is being released in an orphanage.
I do not understand. Let me explain a little again. Just think what it would be like when the son is 35 years old and, when he gets a chance, go back to meet the mother whom he has been looking for. Have you seen Christopher Nolan’s ‘Interstellar’? Or Dibakar Banerjee’s ‘Detective Byomkesh Bakshi’? There is a difference of around six months in the release of both films.
Now think about those airplanes which have evidence of flying from airports but there is no information about landing anywhere. Or, about the incident in which a ship was found 35 years after its flight and the bodies of all the passengers were burnt.
The case is a bit tricky. Your head may have started getting heavier. However, what Christopher Nolan left six years ago to spend his life in the world after spending millions of dollars. After the same, his native director Shailendra Vyas has managed to leave the audience in mind despite not spending even a tenth of it. Science fiction films are not just Marvel’s ‘Avengers’.
Like the CBI officer, Shantanu does in the film ‘JL50’. He goes to investigate a crashed ship in northeast India and discovers that the ship which came out of Calcutta 35 years ago. Meanwhile, another ship is also hijacked, whose hijackers are demanding the release of their leader.
To talk about the film ‘JL50’ in more detail, its original opening is necessary. In spite of this, I am not going into the narrative points of the film, the narratives, and its epilogue because doing so will make you enjoy watching the film.
So the core of the film is that it is a story of traveling directly through time instead of wandering in periods. How it will explain to you the character of Pankaj Kapoor in the film. Pankaj Kapoor Once again, he is in the same style that has made millions of fans around the world. His acting is the life of the film ‘JL50’. What goes on inside a detached, innocent, lonely person, who can show or tell someone better than Pankaj Kapoor.
He learned theatrics at NCD in Delhi or if he flickers somewhere in Delhi and somewhere in the midst of shining nights, learn the same. but, It is very pleasant to see Pankaj Kapoor in his rhythm after years. His performance deserves the National Film Award here ..! Especially the scene is worth seeing when he represses the mentality of the country. And, his commentary on TV channels fits the Sushant Singh Rajput case on the day-to-day running of Zootampazar.
Whoever has given the idea of Sony Liv runners to cut an excellent film into four pieces and release it as a web series, is not worth working in the OTT business. The film ‘JL50’ is the current film. It is a bridge that allows two generations who like cinema to be tied into one.
Today, grown-ups of Gunmaster G9 and Agent Vinod may like this film for the elders and their cinema-obsessed children of Christopher Nolan. Shailendra Vyas may also be criticized here because he explained a subject very easily, but this is his victory.
It is a victory for the director to understand the language of the audience. Bradley Stuckel’s camera is amazing. He also succeeds in making the viewer the character of the story. The sound design of Rakshit Mistry is also well appreciated and the art direction of Tanmay Chatterjee.