Vidya Balan and Shefali Shah star in “Jalsa,” a drama-thriller available on Amazon Prime Video starting March 18. Collaborative production of T-Series and Abundantia Entertainment, the film is directed by Suresh Triveni, best known for his work on “Tumhari Sulu.” Read the article for Jalsa movie ending explained – Complete breakdown.
Jalsa Movie Ending Explained
The moment Rukhsana learns that Maya is to blame for Alia’s tragedy, her admiration for her boss is shattered, and she starts to grudge her for her daughter’s grave condition. Her resignation is announced to Rukmini after she visits Maya’s residence, where she has spent a lot of time thinking about it. Rukhsana, on the other hand, is calm and decides to accompany Ayush on a trip to the beach when the latter persuades her to remain.
As soon as they arrive at the beach, Rukhsana takes the ecstatic youngster to the edge of the sea, where she first abandons him to perish in the ocean’s tides. Maya intends to do this to punish her for how she treated her daughter and for lying to her about it. Meanwhile, Rukmini tells Maya that Rukhsana has taken Ayush to the beach but left substantial cash in her possession. A terrified Maya runs to the beach, afraid for Ayush’s safety, after realizing that it is the settlement money the police offered Rukhsana and that she knows the truth.
Jalsa Ending Complete Breakdown
After coming to terms with her remorse after the film, Maya feels ready to reveal her true identity as Rukhsana’s perpetrator. Rukhsana, on the other hand, feels entirely cheated after finding out that Maya is the driver of her daughter’s lover, and she feels thoroughly betrayed. Since she believes the payment came from her, she is suspicious about the valid reason for which her daughter is receiving treatment at such a posh facility. The other family members welcome Rukhsana to Maya’s home with joy.
She expresses a desire to speak with Maya, but the grandma instructs her to complete cooking first before they may speak. Rukhsanna sits dejectedly before the grandmother after completing her task. She is told to lighten up since they have done so much for her that they should forgive a slight disagreement. The classism of generosity becomes clear at this point, as the donor imposes the need for certain conduct on the recipient. When Rukhsana realizes what has happened, she requests that the kid be taken to the beach.