Kaptan Bazar, Dhaka
I like your picture for its low angle of view and the composition. I have no means to manipulate it or present you my manipulation here but I shall mention the points that would, to my opinion, make the picture better.
I wonder if you have cropped it by any means, because by my poor eye measuring it didn't quite look like a 3x2 format picture. But this is not as important as other things I have considered. I shall congratulate you for having used settings which have froze any of the movement of the birds in the cage.
My initial thought was to do a horizontal crop from the top of the picture; a crop that would cut off the white light which appears on the top of the basket on the left and most of the man's body on the right, which would have been eliminated to a mere unrecognisable feature in the wholeness of the frame. But then I thought there is this play, which you may have have done unwillingly, between the chickens which fate beheading and their trader who will live with his head over his shoulders long after this picture is being taken. So my second thought on cropping suggests a crop that small, that allows us to see the headless figure of the man on the right. A third more severe crop from the top would also eliminate the baskets and the body of the man altogether giving us only the chickens to look at. But the weave of the baskets is an interesting feature that is worth staying in to my opinion.
The picture is very good in the sense that it does have a gravitation point, the head of the chicken out of the cage, but it has interest all around, the baskets help us to understand or guess the location where this picture has been taken. It is a little bit unfortunate that the strongest look towards the camera and the viewer comes from a chicken below the grid, to the right of the chicken that has its head out of the cage. It would have been too much to ask you achieving this moment that the light from above falls on the eye of the chicken out of the grid in the same way that it has fallen now to the eye of the bird below. In the current picture the bird looks inquisitive enough and that may suffice to some. Another alternative picture which has more psychological burden can be created by performing a simultaneous horizontal crop both on the top and the bottom of the frame. Top crop would start at the rim of the cage, which is well lit and thus distinguishable. Bottom crop would cut the chicken on the forefront, below your inquisitive chicken, but it would maintain the terrorised eye of chicken on its right, piercing the viewer with its lifelong question: ''what will our future be?''
I am not sure that this is the kind of critique you had hoped to receive, but it is an insight of how you can look things at. Normally when you want your pictures being criticised you upload them for critique and that makes them being seen by the critique team. They can't get voted if they are uploaded there. But I think you had a double bonus here.