Director : Bikramjeet S. Bhullar and Ranjt Kapoor
Music : Ray N Brotherhood
Lyrics : Yash Bharadwaj and Sreekanth Agneeaswaran
Starring : Om Puri, Annu Kapoor, Satish Kaushik, Seema Biswas, Adil Hussain, Aamir Bashir, Grusha Kapoor and Benjamin Gilani
Can you think about what would be the condition of meat-eating creatures if they are fed grass? Or for that issue if herbivorous creatures are fed the skin of other animals? .
Now think about this: an collection throw of stars from the Nationwide University of Dilemma are kept in a space, to talk about a very essential issue associated with the nation. They type the primary group of ‘powers that be’ in our nation. At first, they are amazing, especially Anu Kapoor who seats this high-powered conference, but soon it fizzles out to more intense than slapstick crazy with none of the stars learning what they are being fed; or rather flummoxed by the point that they are being fed the incorrect meals (read script).
Like over-enthusiastic children in their first school perform, you are then observe to some very excellent stars [like Om Puri, Satish Kaushik, Seema Biswas, Adil Hussain, Aamir Bashir, Grusha Kapoor and Ben Gilani] moving all over the position.
Director Ranjit Kapoor seems to have hit the fingernail on the go when he starts, getting the audience to the Indo-Pak boundary and providing a rather crazy perspective to the bitterness that prevails between the two countries.
A hen, known as ‘Mumtaz’ is in no man’s area and the leader of both ends of the military wants to carry it to their part. Could that hen be Kashmir? So far so good! A amazing stroke!
Soon, information propagates like wild fire that there is stress on the boundary with tv stations going over the top in trying to sensationalize the issue without understanding what the actual issue is. Again, very good!
We are then taken to this high-powered conference, described in the starting sections, which is known as to talk about the issue and take action to it. Again very, very, good!
But soon, this conference becomes a farce [which it is was intended to be], but the way in which the crazy is managed, or rather the interesting part of condition policies, results in a lot to be preferred.
JAI HO DEMOCRACY was intended to demonstrate the farcical part of condition policies. It changes out being a farce!