‘Kaduva’ Malayalam Movie: Best line?

Kaduva full of Malayalam Movie

Kaduva full of Malayalam Movie
People who were watching their favorite Malayalam film Prithviraj Sukumaran’s recently released film , ‘ Kaduva Kaduva’ at cinemas were shocked to hear a shockingly sensitive, harsh, tone-deaf dialogue that was used in the film. This was a line that they didn’t think would be found in the film of Prithviraj Sukumaran movie. At the beginning in Kaduva, Prithviraj Sukumaran’s character hints at the antagonist’s (Vivek Oberoi) son who is clearly autistic and says that children must to bear the consequences of the actions by their fathers. The character clearly is trying to claim that the handicap caused by the child’s condition is a result of the wrongdoings of his father.

The movie’s dialogue was a hammer blow to viewers particularly those who had disabilities as parents or had children with disabilities. Some viewers posted on social media to criticize the offensive dialog in the film. Parents of children with autism reported that they began crying in the theater when the film’s sequence was shown on screen. Many parents wrote about their feelings of pain after watching the film. In the wake of the outrage that followed, the producers of Kaduva were issued with a letter from the State Commission for Persons with Disabilities. This happened in response to Parivaar, a group with parents who have children suffering from disabilities affecting their development and intellectual abilities made an appeal at the Commission to initiate action against Kaduva makers.

The backlash they have received has caused the actor Prithviraj Sukumaran as well as Director Shaji Kailas to write an apology for their thoughtless inappropriate scene and dialogue in Kaduva. While Shaji Kailas has posted an extensive Facebook post apologized for the incident, Prithviraj Sukumaran posted just an uncomplicated apology, which reads “Sorry. This was an error. We accept and acknowledge it. ”

That is why we are asking what is the best way to answer this question? Is an insignificant, half-hearted apology enough to erase the pain experienced by parents of children with disabilities? For all we know, that one unkind comment in the film of a renowned actor such as Prithviraj Sukumaran has damaged and damaged the years of effort of groups working to educate the general public to autism.