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In a world of pings, likes, tweets, shares and comments, 2 strangers connect over a mis-dial and WhatsApp their way into each others' hearts, safely hidden behind digital screens. But will the emojis translate to emotions when they reveal their truth to one another.
Zain Khan Durrani,
Shray Rai Tiwari
Singh's a middle family Mr. Singh and his wife Manju have hosted a small get together in their house where the men are busy boozing and talking about the world. Manju is seen cleaning the ... See full summary »
Resigned to his fate as a worker in a notoriously shoddy chemical plant, Jay realizes that he must not only find a way to support his family, but also overcome grave social and legal injustice in the system.
Amar is an aging film star. A famous and wealthy man, he lives alone in Mumbai, a city of 15 million souls, the city of dreams. Tara, a widow, runs a small restaurant with the help of her son, who delivers Amar's meals. Tara has never seen Amar - except on the big screen. What began by pure chance a year ago has now turned into a ritual: for hours on end they talk to each other on the phone. Until one day, when Amar sets out to meet Tara in the flesh.Written by
The movie has an element of realism. Shefali Shah portrays her character beautifully, and makes the movie watchable. Every scene with her is worth watching. The phone conversations between the characters were well done, I think some of the best lines in the movie is during these scenes. A lot of it is good, the wide pan shots of the city, the bustling in the streets at night, the shots of Shefali in the restaurant cooking were the best moments of the film. However, the movie suffers from the melodramatic music, overtly emotional and sometimes completely unsuitable to the scene itself, making what could have been a good scene into something akin to an amateur film school student's creation. The ending is also uncharacteristic of the rest of the movie, makes little sense and leaves the viewer utterly unsatisfied. This is not to say that an ambiguous ending is not good, it just was not done very well, unlike "Lunchbox", another movie with a similar theme of loneliness. The movie could have been a lot more if there was sharper editing, removal of weird dancing montages and a more well thought out ending. Overall, though I do not regret wartching it. It's worth a watch just for Shefali's performance. Very underrated actress.
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