This was an execllent film on a very relevant issue. While the depiction was a little extreme (art is always provocative), the fundamental issue of women's place in rural Indian society is aptly addressed.
You have a situation where a woman is in a potentially advantageous position and may be able to command men at her will. But a village without women has lost its sanskaar. If watching what unfolds as a result of this makes you uncomfortable, then the film is doing its job. To me, this is a film that matters now and probably will still matter 15-20 years out.
The ensemble cast does very well under tight direction from Manish Jha. The screenplay is very good as well, particularly because it is sparse in dialogues. The subject matter is so intense that it's best left to the viewer to fill in the gaps.
This movie is not for the faint of heart. A serious subject matter for inquisitive folk.