Padman Movie Review and Rating: Padman salutes The femininity


Padman Movie Story

Padman Review: Worried about his wife Gayatri’s (Radhika Apte) menstrual hygiene, Lakshmikant Chauhan (Akshay Kumar) urges her to ditch the cloth and opt for sanitary napkins. Gayatri is reluctant to go for throwaway pads as they are expensive.

As we all know, the story of the film Padman inspired by the life of Arunachalam Muruganantham, living in Tamil Nadu, who has face struggle  for women providing cheap sanitary pads. Akshay Kumar is playing the role of Arunachalam in this film, but the character’s name is Lakshmi. The story of the film is settled on the background of Madhya Pradesh and it has been shown that only 12% of the women use the pad and the survivors use dirty clothes, leaves and ashes, due to which there are many diseases or May be. In such a situation, seeing her wife’s problem, Lakshmi fights with his family and society. Lakshmi Invented a cheap machine to make cheap pads.

The most notable of Padman is that its director R. Balki has brought the story well on the screen. The story of the film is good, especially in the second part. Through this film, it has been repeatedly emphasized that women do not talk about this topic, and no fear of disease. Apart from this, women’s empowerment and employment of women also touches the film. Akshay Kumar has once again chosen a good subject and has done well. Akshay Kumar’s speech in the United States touches the heart and despite having a long view, it does not bore the scene.

Padman is not the first movie on this subject. Two more films have been made, in which one film is Phullu. In this film a husband to make a pad for his wife. The second movie was seen about two and a half years ago, whose name was iPad. Before the announcement of Padman, the iPad had been made and that film was also made on Arunachalam’s life. The iPad could not be released for any reason.

Both films should not be compared, but it is of fact that the iPad was close to reality and where the story was telling the characters, gestures and language of the same thing, it was not the same with Paddman and maybe it’s spicy. Some of the tempers have been planted to make. You can see Pedman once because its topic is good, which is made in commercial style. My rating for this movie is 3 stars.

Cast: Akshay Kumar, Sonam Kapoor, Radhika Apte

Director: R Balki

Padman Movie Rating

Rating –                3/5

Direction:            3/5

Dialogues:           3.5/5

Screenplay:         3.5/5

Music:                 3/5

Visual appeal:     3.5/5


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