NEW DELHI: Starring Khiladi Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar in their latest film which contains deep and satirical meaning to its content that gives notion to society of India’s big shame towards proper sanitation system. The title itself carries broad overview of a romantic love story but with a cunning twist plot that leaves audience to think over the problem arise when the fact states that Indian women’s still go in out to do their ablution.
The official trailer of the film got released on August 11, which shows that how the lead male protagonist Keshav (Akshay Kumar) is a maanglik boy who will marry a buffalo to attain good stars in his Kundli. After meeting the female lead Jaya (Bhumi Pednekar) who is a college topper and falls in love with her. Then he approach her to get married and did not act as a responsible man to think that how his women survive to go out to do her ablution in an open surroundings. And then actual problem arises for couple in their marriage which leads to divorce. At the end Keshav take a charge into his account and decide to take a stand against community, and government.
The film is about how Indian society is still going through the small issues which leads shame towards the country. Akshay Kumar plays crucial role in the film and created an image of a 36 year old male who lives in a small town called Mathura. Bhumi Pednekar also sharing screen after her first film Dum Laga Ke Haisha which compliments strong persona in Bollywood. Other cast includes Divyendu Sharma, Sudhir Pandey and Anupam Kher, who added their wordplay through their dialogue timings.
The film embrace some of the melodic versions by Sonu Nigam which includes “Hans Mat Pagli” and “Gori Tu Latth Maar” songs, currently leading music chart busters. One of the anthem song “Toilet Ka Jugaad” which is sung by Akshay Kumar only to voice out an opinion towards Toilets that should be made to protect healthy hygiene.
Toilet Ek Prem Katha looks very reassuring and contains strong emotion which is primal towards our Indian society. Editor-Director Shree Narayan Singh presents, skillfully challenged subject in our society which brings lot of attention towards our governments scams and voice out an authoritative opinion for patriarchal norms which gives women’s lots of obstacles to live carefree without “ghoogat” and other basic dominant rules.
This film produces great ideology of how our society doesn’t hold strong opinion for our women’s to give them healthy sanitation and this leads to clear involvement of corruption and scams in government plans. Lets see how this film change different sets of mind in the name of entertainment.