‘Sirf Ek Bandaa Kaafi Hai’ is a quest for justice led by Poonam Chand Solanki (Manoj Bajpayee), a dedicated lawyer fighting on behalf of a minor girl against a self-proclaimed godman. This gripping courtroom drama is loosely based on real-life events and revolves around a five-year legal battle to bring down a powerful Baba (Surya Mohan Kulshreshtha) accused of violating the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO). The Baba is imprisoned after the courageous testimony of a 16-year-old girl named Nu Singh (Adrija Roy).
The movie sheds light on a society where a demon assumes the guise of a godman, and it showcases the young girl’s bravery as she speaks out against him. From the opening scene where an FIR is filed against the offender, a large crowd can be heard chanting in support of the godman. As the court case progresses, we witness how blind faith often triumphs over humanity.
The one-man show that is Apoorv Singh Karki’s directorial debut rests heavily on Manoj Bajpayee’s stellar performance. With powerful dialogues and taut direction, the film delivers a hard-hitting narrative that captivates the audience from start to finish. The supporting cast, including Surya Mohan Kulshrestha as the Baba, Vipin Sharma, and Adrija Roy, deliver impressive performances, complementing Bajpayee’s portrayal of the true hero of the story.
‘Sirf Ek Bandaa Kaafi Hai’ is a compelling courtroom drama that highlights societal issues while keeping the viewers engaged. The film avoids the preachy tone often associated with such dramas and instead focuses on empathy and reverence towards its characters. With its impactful storytelling and brilliant performances, this movie is a standout addition to the genre.
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