Drishyam 2 is coming soon on Amazon Prime. It stars Tabu and Ajay Devgn in lead roles, just like Drishyam. It is a Hindi remake of Jeethu Joseph's Malayalam film by the same name. Drishyam keeps you glued to your seat till the last moment. It is a high voltage triller that works because it doesn't talk about a hero but a common man and there are many lessos that we can learn from this movie. Let’s have a look at some life lessons we can take from the movie Drishyam
1. Always support and protect your family
Your family is always there for you during ups and downs. It’s important to understand the importance of your family. Always be available for your family and never avoid them. This movie taught us that family is above any other relationship in this world. Family defines you even if it does demand sacrifice.
2. Be kind and humble
Always be kind and humble just like Vijay (Ajay Devgn) in the movie, Drishyam. The scene where a huge mob gathers outside the police station in favor of Vijay portrays that he is a very kind-hearted person. Your kindness always comes back to you in unexpected ways. Have compassion and be kind towards everyone.
3. Help others whenever you can
Your obliging nature will always bring you good. This movie taught us to always use our knowledge to help others. The scene where Vijay edifies an older couple about filing a lawsuit and even tells them the rights they possess. If your are privileged enough with weath, or with knowledge, it’s only morally right to help those who dont have the same privileges.
4. Never be jealous
Never be jealous of anyone. The scene where Gaitonde (Kamlesh Sawant), a cop has witnessed a scene that frames Vijay as a culprit, which is actually true, but no one is willing to agree because they know that Vijay is a nice chap and Gaitonde is jealous of him. Jealousy is an motion that never yields a positive outcome.
5. Always trust your instincts
In the scene where Gaitonde (Kamlesh Sawant) is convincing his boss (Prassana Kelkar) that Vijay is the actual culprit and tells him that Vijay will turn around while walking if he has even a slight hint of fear in his mind. Vijay trusts his instincts and does not turn around and simply walks away. The lesson learned here is that always trust your instincts.