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There has been an increase in movies falling in the genre of Indian-hinglish movies that are being made by young Indian directors who want to express their creativity through the medium of films. The making of such films bring a freshness to the Indian movie scene. That said, some of them lack a strong storyline and this happens to be failing of this "Freaky Chakra" too. "Freaky Chakra" is the story of a lady and the vicious circle of life that she leads. The story has a novel presentation style done by Ranvir Shorie where he introduces the characters one after another and talks to the audience from time to time. It is funny at times like where we see a character about to swallow bills and Ranvir butts in with " oops Typo :Pills, pills ... not bills"! Written by manu_srinivasan@hotmail.com

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Good presentation, bad story line

There has been an increase in movies falling in the genre of indian- English movies that are being made by young Indian directors who want to express their creativity through the medium of films. The making of such films bring a freshness to the indian movie scene. That said, some of them lack a strong storyline and this happens to be failing of this "Freaky Chakra" too. "Freaky Chakra" is the story of a lady (Deepti Naval) and the vicious circle of life that she leads. The story has a novel presentation style done by Ranvir Shorie where he introduces the characters one after another and talks to the audience from time to time. It is funny at times like where we see a character about to swallow bills and Ranvir butts in with " oops Typo :Pills, pills...not bills"! But thats about the only positive thing you can say about the movie. In trying to depict the "chakra", the director shows a few scenes repeatedly which gets to be boring and slows down the narration considerably. SPOILERS !!! Deepti Naval is an ex-doctor who stays alone in her flat after she fails to save her husband. She then gives up the profession of "saving lives" and takes up the job "decorating the dead". The movie shows how repetitive and

lonely her life is, how the entry of a young man brings color to her life and how she returns to her chakra of life. The characters lack depth and credibility. The movie is depressing at times where life is shown as predictable and lacking motive. Though the directors attempt at making a different kind of story is appreciated, he should have made an attempt to weave a stronger storyline


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