Proud moment for regional cinema as Jai Bhim gets featured on Oscars YouTube channel

Jai Bhim, directed by T J Gnanavel and starring Suriya, had surpassed The Godfather and The Shawshank Redemption on IMDb

Jai Bhim, the legal drama helmed by T J Gnanavel, had been making waves not just in the local and national circuits, but the international arena too ever since it started streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

The film has been in the news ever since people began watching it as it was streamed in various geographies. Soon the Suriya-starrer found its place above classics such as ‘The Godfather’ and ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ on IMDb holding high a rating of 9.6.

The film, which was based on a true life incident that shook the people’s conscience in Tamil Nadu, came about as a game changer in all respects, and brought with it the hope of better films to come.

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