Jaihind 2 is a 2014 Indian Tamil action-masala movie produced and directed by Arjun. A sequel to the Tamil film Jai Hind, it was simultaneously released in Kannada under the title Abhimanyu. The film focusses on India becoming a superpower as dreamt by A. P. J. Abdul Kalam and tries to tackle the issues in the education system. The film released on 7 November 2014. This movie is dubbed in hindi as “Arjun ka badla”.
Jaihind is the journey of five people, linked by one man, who fights for children’s right to education. Little Parvathi from a very poor family background gets an admission into one of the most affluent schools in the city. But unable to pay the exorbitant fees, the man of the house sells one of his kidneys. They still fall short of a big chunk of money and the finally gives up and commits suicide. This disturbs Abhimanyu (Arjun Sarja) deeply, and the computer service engineer becomes a hero over night, by propagandizing a solution for education costing so much. Abhimanyu suggests that all private schools be nationalised, which will compel them to offer services at very little fees compared to that being collected now, while still ensuring that the quality of education is not compromised. This is bad news for the private school owners, who make a business out of educating children. And hence Abhimanyu is targeted and pushed to extremes.He is put behind bars and is conspired to be murdered. How he succeeds in his mission,despite all this, forms the crux of the movie.
Directed by Arjun
Produced by Arjun & Aishwarya Arjun (co-producer)
Written by G. K. Gopinath (dialogues)
Story by Arjun
Starring Arjun, Surveen Chawla, Rahul Dev, Simran Kapoor
Music by Arjun Janya
Cinematography HC Venugopal
Edited by Kay Kay
Production Sri Ram Films Internationals
Release dates 7 November 2014
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