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    Salaam Venky Movie Review: Vishal Jethwa and Kajol steal the stage in this intense drama

    The Bollywood drama ‘Salaam Venky’ starring Kajol and Vishal Jethwa gets off to the appropriate emotional start. 

    Director: Revathy

    Cast: Kajol, Vishal Jethwa, Riddhi Kumar, Rajeev Khandelwal, and Priyamani, Aahana Kumra.

    Available On: Theatrical Release

    Movie Ratings: 3 out of 5 Stars

    Movie Review: 

    The movie has the advantage of maintaining the momentum that was established early on. The spectator is made aware of the direction the movie is taking right away and that there won’t be a typical happy ending. But Salaam Venky raises the stakes, defies them, and rewards us with a satisfying conclusion. Aside from its dramatic, in-your-face, and tear-jerking moments, there are many other things about it that make us smile.

    The plot tackles the touchy subjects of organ donation and euthanasia. It’s to the producers’ credit that they chose an unusual topic. It is soothing to watch thanks to the lead and supporting actors’ performances. They entice us into their world, let us empathise with their plight, and enthral us with their captivating performances. Revathy demonstrates her skill as a director by selecting the ideal subject, the ideal cast, and then drawing out the best performance from each member. You won’t be able to control your emotions during the movie’s emotional high points.

    With each breath, Venky (Vishal Jethwa) drifts closer to passing away. He has a rare degenerative condition, and it will be his demise. He requests to be put to death so that his organs can be extracted since he is aware of and accepts his fate. Although he is suffering, his mother Sujata (Kajol) won’t let him pass away. The mother-son conflict and their divergent perspectives on life and medicine are the focus of the first half of the film; however, the second half brings the two together and pits them against the system. Salaam Venky is aware that the subject at hand is one that will affect people deeply. It treats it delicately and does it justice.

    With each breath, Venky (Vishal Jethwa) drifts closer to passing away. He has a rare degenerative condition, and it will be his demise. He requests to be put to death so that his organs can be extracted since he is aware of and accepts his fate. Although he is suffering, his mother Sujata (Kajol) won’t let him pass away. The mother-son dispute and their divergent perspectives on life and medicine are the focus of the first half of the film; however, the second half draws the two together and pits them against the system.

    Salaam Venky is aware that the subject at hand is one that will affect people deeply. It treats it delicately and does it honour.

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