As in the left rule in Kerala, we see films that praise communism. After Oru Mexican Aparatha, Sakhavu hit the screens. Sakhavu is under construction for about a year, a rare occurrence for the Malayalam movie. Communism and the left train are attracting many stained and undesirable criticisms, especially in India. It is interesting to see a film in India that reveals the need for communism.
Sakhavu may have been established in the past, but the problems they are emphasizing are still ongoing. For example, you can set up the Peeramedu tea plantation, shown as a background to reveal the outbreaks of Sakhavu Krishnan (Nivin Pauly).