Violence is a powerful tool in cinema. You can use it to build hatred in the audience for a villain, or you can use it to build public opinion for or against an event. Or in the case of Telugu cinema, you can use it to repulse people. Like Jil does. Imagine a person having five people on their knees and bashing their skulls in with a baseball bat – multiple times each to ensure the skull is fully bludgeoned. Imagine a guy stabbed with a pickaxe, dragged on the ground with the pickaxe and then having a foot planted on his chest so the hero can pull the pickaxe out. Repulsed yet?