Chal Man Jeetva Jaiye Movie :- Synopsis of Chal Man Jeetva Jaiye

Chal man Jeetva Jaiye — Review

The movie is shot in just one room with more or less 10–12 family members who have just came faced a big financial loss because of bad business decisions by the male members of the family. Consequently, They are left with two ways to deal with the crisis — Declare bankruptcy or return the money to the investors. Both have their pros and cons. The movie entails the debate between the father and two sons who have opposite approaches to deal with the crisis. On one end, the Father, owner of a well-renowned industry with decades of “Brand value” and experience, and on the other end, his son, who is “just-an-MBA” and no experience, debate, to convince each other that the other person is wrong. The father presses that his plan is “ more practical” whereas the son argues that his plan and decision is not just “impractical”, but also is “emotional” and “lacking foresight”. In the course of debate the son and his cousin brother bring points about the father’s psychology behind his decision i.e. his ego and hidden self complexities.

The movie has a joint family where the supporting characters gracefully enact all the characters generally observed in an Indian joint family. The dumb daughter of a rich father, a wife being scolded by his husband for every small thing and consistently being told that she is illiterate and hence ‘good-for-nothing’, a selfish and greedy wife, a prodigal son and an introvert and shy son who is burdened by his father’s over-expectations since his birth. These characters keep you engaged when the debate isn’t going on.

Overall, the movie has good moral sense as a take away, but is pretty much predictable within first 30 minutes. However, the movie ends with a challenge between the two sons to build an empire in their own different ways, which could be the reason for the audience to come back for the second part.

To conclude, A must go movie if you wanna learn something about business and want a get-together with your family.

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