36 Farmhouse 2022 movies review


When is it the right time to make a tone-deaf comedy on the acute adversities faced by the country’s underprivileged migrant workers amid a nation-wide lockdown? Never, but certainly not now.

Director Ram Ramesh Sharma’s 36 Farmhouse is a comedy-drama set against the backdrop of the 2020 lockdown, which follows the story of a father-son duo who reach a lavish farmhouse with ulterior motives. However, they find themselves in the midst of a chaos regarding inheritance as three brothers plot against each other to be the legal heirs of the ancestral property.

It was not too long ago when stories and videos of helpless migrant workers walking hundreds of kilometres to their villages were all over the news when the nationwide lockdown left them without a job or shelter. People lost their lives to helplessness and hunger first, while fighting an unprecedented global pandemic.

Writer and producer Subhash Ghai places two of the central protagonists of his film in this stratum of society, yet, he barely scratches the surface. Apart from using a few seconds of actual footage from the news featuring real-life migrant workers at the beginning of the film, Ghai has hardly anything else to offer to let the viewers believe that Harry (Amol Parashar) and his father Jai Prakash (Sanjay Mishra) are similar workers rendered unemployed.

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