Anna Ben and Sunny Wayne’s film Sara’s adheres to the idea till the end – until and except if a lady is prepared, she shouldn’t be constrained into parenthood. Coordinated by Jude Anthany Joseph, the film probably won’t persuade everybody, except it’s anything but a discussion
Two school kids are perched on a seat, particularly enamored, sharing an egg puff and discussing their future together. While the two of them concur that they might want to have a profession, when the person begins discussing marriage and children, the young lady altogether imparts her insight of never needing to bear a youngster. In the following scene, we see the person leaving while the young lady portrays his idea – ‘Without the egg, he didn’t need the puff’. The Malayalam film Sara’s on Amazon Prime Video rotates around, an almost immediately that lady she doesn’t need kids and the battles and difficulties she goes over throughout everyday life.
Sara (Anna Ben) needs to be a movie producer and her fantasy has consistently been to see her name in the credits roll. Subsequent to helping on a few movies, she at long last needs to compose and guide her own film. During research for her film’s peak scene with Dr Sandhya Philip (Dhanya Verma), she meets Jeevan (Sunny Wayne). The two appreciate each other’s conversation, become hopelessly enamored, however what takes care of business for Sara is Jeevan’s conviction that he never needs kids.
After marriage, actually like everybody’s folks, Sara and Jeevan’s additionally get some information about the ‘uplifting news’, however the two of them stand joined together and report that they don’t need kids. Be that as it may, as the film advances, we see the lead characters developing and developing with age and what once united them additionally divides them
Mallika Sukumaran (Jeevan’s mom) and Benny P Nayarambalam (Sara’s dad) convey essential exhibitions, portraying two perfect inverse viewpoints. While Jeevan’s mom is domineering with a traditional mentality, Sara’s dad is understanding, steady and will remain by his little girl, regardless. Sara’s gynecologist, Dr Hafees (Sidhique), likewise perfectly describes how guardians should take some time prior to venturing out into parenthood. He accepts that it is ‘better not to be a parent than an awful parent’.
All things considered, we loved the way the film didn’t change its account till the end. With the assistance of different cases, the film portrays how various ladies may discover joy in an unexpected way. While some would be glad to have youngsters, others would need to assemble a vocation and there’s nothing amiss with both of them