The Great Indian Kitchen: Serve a unique story of sensuality at home

The lady at home does all things, cook, eat, clean, sweep everything, while the man sits quietly and enjoys self-care.

This is the basis of The Great Indian Kitchen story. This is a small budget Malayalam movie that brilliantly captures the specifics of a patriarchal family and

The movie “The Great Indian Kitchen” is known as the “Breakout Movie of the Year”. It is related to the middle class family from the southern state of Kerala, while the drama starts from a terrible kitchen.

Even on social media, it raises a lot of vulgar questions about unfair indoor sexism.

In the film, director Jeo Baby of The Great Indian Kitchen says that according to Indian tradition, a woman’s life revolves around the kitchen.

While men take a woman for granted and command him for all things along with the household responsibilities. He added that the idea for this movie came to him in the kitchen of his own home.

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The director continued to tell his story, saying he got married in 2015. His equality mentality means equality between men and women.

So he started helping her wife in the kitchen, who spends a lot of time in the kitchen. After some time, however, he realized that even cooking takes a lot of effort and heavy lifting.

After a while, he says, Jeo begins to think about “ways to escape the kitchen – drunkenness, monotony and repetition.”

He then shared his thoughts when he was able to think about the housewives. ‘I felt like I was in prison. And then I started to think about all the women who can’t escape and who have upset me. ”

The movie “The Great Indian Kitchen” starts with a marriage. Marriage is the same as other Indian marriages. That marriage is the arrangement.

Nimisha Sajayan played the role of the bride, while Suraj Venjaramoodu played the role of the groom. Both are the main characters of the movie. Their families surround them; Meanwhile, they had had a gossipy conversation.

After the completion of the wedding ritual, the guests leave the place and normal daily life begins. The new bride shared her hand with her mother-in-law in the kitchen.

The bride just wants to be sure of the husband’s wealth and joy and take care of him completely. It is similar to the famous saying that the way to the heart of man is through his stomach. And she started to do the same.

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Life in the bedroom of India is equally awful where wife is expected to provide care  at night, whether she is ready or not – for the woman’s heart, in the patriarchal formation of India, is of little importance.

Netflix and Amazon ultimately reject the film. So it will be first streamed on the Neestream app. In addition, the film has also won the rave reviews from the audience and critics. The appreciation public is mainly women.

The BBC said it is very reliable. There is no violence, no performance in the movie. This is a very realistic depiction of the insensitivity that is deeply rooted in our homes, ”Clinton PS, assistant professor of English at Irinjalakuda’s Christ College.

Professor Clinton then said that she always saw women struggling in the kitchen, even her mother, because Kerala’s meals are very refined.

Eating requires a lot of effort as it involves chopping vegetables, washing them, grinding spices and most importantly garnishing food for adequate display. All these things take a long time to complete.

Everything can be simplified, but we don’t. The reason behind this is that a woman is always promoted as a superwoman and is willing to accept any responsibility without objection.

Kerala is one of the most progressive states in India. It is often cited as the only place in the country that has achieved 100% literacy. It has a large number of women who have informal jobs.

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At the same time, Professor Clinta said that Kerala society is the most patriarchal compared to the rest of India. Professor Clinta went on to say that we are always talking about women’s empowerment in Kerala.

A large number of women do go to work every day, but it is also the fact that they have to do all the housework after their return. This process is also in highly educated families.

She then tells about her own home that she is gender neutral. The housework is split equally between her husband and her, while the story is different in her family home.

In Prof. Clinta’s parental home, men know gender equality, but they don’t follow it in their own home. She said her dad also has double standards.

Even she has heated arguments for being unfair to her mother too. Her father is the modern man, but all household chores are her mother’s alone.

According to Kerala’s famous phrase, you wear progressive slippers, but you’d leave them at the door.

India is also like many other parts of the world. Here, too, the household naturally falls on the women. According to the 2018 International Labor Organization report, Indian women spend about 312 minutes per day in care, while men spend only 29 minutes. This is the thought that The Great Indian Kitchen tends to change.

Jeo Baby said women live in men’s prison. Men make every decision of the house, while women work alone, and they don’t even get respect for the same thing.

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They want to tell the women through the movie to get out of this trap and stop suffering like that. You also have to enjoy the world. Women also have the right to live equally and enjoy the world.

This will happen shortly before the real change takes place, but The Great Indian Kitchen has certainly started a conversation about gender equality within households.

Meanwhile, his Malayali colleague informed him that all his friends and family discussed this issue in their WhatsApp groups.

There have also been numerous social media chats with many people, especially women, commenting on the film on platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Even women recommend it to their friends and followers.

A lady said, “It’s about our story.” Another said, “It puts our idea first.” While one woman said, “The genius of the movie lies in the fact that it didn’t exaggerate, even point the finger at anyone and show us that gentle, gentle men can be the most toxic.”

Some people think that the director of “The Great Indian Kitchen” should be a woman himself. In the meantime, when we check Facebook status, a man writes that he feels guilty after watching the film.

Another said, “I can’t write anything because I’m the one who did the same.” While another wrote, “an eye-opening movie.”

While Professor Clinta said, “It’s a good thing people have started talking, but it will take years, if not decades, to change the ideas that have been mixed up for centuries.”

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