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A spectacularly frenzied tale of machismo versus wild

Jallikettu is a visual experience to behold on the big screen. A spectacle - at times unnerving, appalling - and thrilling at the same time. It is not that much about the story, but about primal machismo that drives the testosterone-y male species and the extent of havoc man is capable of.(more)

Source: Deepa Antony, Times Of India


An immersive, primal experience that words cannot replicate

Lijo here largely stays true to writer S.Hareesh's acclaimed story Maoist. But, rendering on screen the wild energy that one feels when reading the story is no mean feat, which Lijo pulls off here. He is aided by some deft camerawork, which in sync with the sound design, transports you to the high r...(more)

Source: S.R. Praveen, The Hindu


This Socio-Political Allegory Is Both Fire And Rain

The pursuers eventually end up in a giant heap that is a pictorial imagining of the years of accumulation of virile toxicity that has found outlets in the aimless volatility that we all are in the grip of. Politics runs like a thread through Jallikattu, but the film's intentions are never overt. Eve...(more)

Source: Saibal Chatterjee , NDTV Movies