Jai Bhim, a Tamil film directed by TJ Gnanavel featuring the Tamil superstar Surya, Ravisha Vijayan, Praksh Raj, Bava Chelladurai, and Lijomol Jose has become the talk of the town as it has got entire country talking about the caste issue and caste based atrocities. The movie is about a tribal man, Rajakannu, who is arrested in the case of alleged theft. Senggeni, his wife, contacts a human-rights lawyer to help her and her husband. Also Read & Watch: Sushma Swaraj, Arun Jaitley, George Fernandes Awarded Padma Vibhushan Posthumously; Kangana Ranaut, Adnan Sami & Others Honoured With Padma Shri
Jai bhim is the first movie of the Tamil actor Surya, in which he played the character of an advocate. The movie shows the harsh reality of police atrocities in police custody. Jai Bhim is often referred to as a slogan by the followers of Dr. B R Ambedkar who fought for the under privileged castes and is also known as the father of Indian Constitution. The movie is about the caste based atrocities faced by the tribes and underprivileged communities of India and their fight for Justice.
“Jai Bhim” is made under the banner of 2D entertainment, a production house run by Surya and his wife Jyothika.
But very few know the fact that this is the real story based on a case fought by advocate and former Justice of Madras High Court, Justice K Chandru in 1995. Here we share some interesting facts about personality.
- The movie is based on real life Madras High Court Judge and retired judge, Justice K Chandru.
- Justice K Chandru has disposed of 96000 cases during his judicial tenure.
- The Movie is based on the case he fought in 1995 to get justice for a tribal couple.
- Chandru fought cases for unprivileged communities without charging a single penny.
- Even after becoming a Judge, Chandru fought for what he believed and practiced as a lawyer.
- He gave a verdict as a judge that secured the employment of 25000 women in the mid-day meal scheme.
- Justice K Chandru removed his red beacon from his car long before the government revoked it.
- He also denied the liberty to be addressed as “My Lord” in court proceedings.
- He retired from the Madras High Court as a judge in 2013 and did not accept a farewell.
- He came in his government vehicle on his last day and travelled back in the local train after returning his government vehicle. Also Read: Aryan Khan Drugs Case: Witness Prabhakar Sail Appears Before The NCB Vigilance Team In Mumbai
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