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Makers of Jyotika's Udanpirappe, which released on Amazon Prime Video, release two deleted scenes

The movie directed by Era Saravanan had Sasikumar, too, playing one of the leads in it 

Thinkal Menon
Nov 12, 2021
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A still from the film

Udanpirappe, which starred Jyotika and Sasikumar in lead roles, had a direct release on Amazon Prime Video a month ago. The movie had Samuthirakani, Soori, Aadukalam Naren, Nivedhithaa Sathish and Kalaiyarasan among others playing crucial roles in it. The makers of the film have now dropped two deleted scenes from it. 

Produced by Suriya and Jyotika's 2D Entertainment Pvt Ltd, Udanpirappe is a family drama which revolved around brother-sister bonding. Jyotika's subtle performance as Mathangi and Imman's music were a few aspects which received appreciation upon the project's release.   

The first deleted scene titled 'Soori's Confusion' has Jyotika and a few women seen engaged in farming at a paddy field where Soori arrives. He asks Jyotika why she left him on road while coming home in a two-wheeler, to which she says that she is completely against puberty rituals which is quite common in many places.

Soon, other women, too, agree with Jyotika and say that such practices should be abolished as soon as possible. The scene also takes a dig at the GST being levied on medicines and medical supplies. 

The second deleted scene features a girl, who aspires to be a lawyer, weeping after she gets cheated by her boyfriend. While her mother is concerned about her daughter's future and how the society will talk ill about her daughter, Jyotika motivates her asking not to feel bad when one hasn't committed any mistake. 

She says, "Women shouldn't bow their heads in shame when such instances occur. We shouldn't be worried about the judgmental society wen we haven't done anything wrong. We should hold our heads up high."

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