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Jayeshbai Jordaar is an Indian dramatic/comedy film in which Jayesh and Mudra have been trying to get pregnant with a boy for nine years for the sake of their parents and their community. But, when they discover they are again pregnant with a daughter, Jayesh puts in action a plan to escape their community and oppressive families for a better life. The film is in Hindi with English subtitles.
The film includes references to abortion, ingrained sexism and domestic abuse. The film also includes slapstick comedy and is presented in an overall light tone with a focus on the hero characters of the film attempting to end their communities ingrained cycles of abuse.
The film includes depictions of people slapping and hitting people with shoes. The film also includes references to domestic violence.
The film includes use of the words "bloody", "hell", "damn" and "jackass".
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