Different lets him know how he was captured on the grounds that he attempted to alarm them. A lady describes how her significant other had to admit a wrongdoing he didn’t carry out after the police began attacking him. A young man specifies that the police got him essentially in light of the fact that they couldn’t track down his dad, and how that one occurrence made him a super durable suspect at school. These individuals are obviously reviled in the event that they did, and doomed if they didnt!
This scene is a reverberation of the initial scene of the film. We see that a large number are getting set free from prison. A few cops from neighboring police headquarters are pausing. As every detainee comes out, he is asked his standing. In the event that they notice the name of a powerful standing, they are approached to leave. However, the individuals who have a place with the Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes are approached to remain in a corner, just for the holding up police to accept them as suspects in a few cases that stay inexplicable in their station. At the point when some of them whine that they have barely anything to force on issues, they are informed that they can blame some for perpetrating more than one wrongdoing!
With scenes like these, Jai Bheem intensely catches the maltreatment and embarrassment incurred for the oppressed by people with significant influence and the sort of disobedience it will take to get them equity. Like Visaranai and the later Kavalathurai Ungal Nanban, this film also is a searing evaluate of police mercilessness.
The film delightfully bears the obligation of being a social, issue-based show without being sermonizing. The composing is incredible and sharp. Be that as it may, in the midst of the successes, the film minds enough to bundle the more modest grins. It paints a total picture.