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Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz (2018)

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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.




Abhishek Chatterjee (story, screenplay & dialogue)





Cast overview:
Geetanjali Thapa ... Archana Pradhan
Zain Khan Durrani ... Alfaaz
Shray Rai Tiwari Shray Rai Tiwari ... Apu Khandelwal
Mona Ambegaonkar ... Aruna Pradhan
Saheb Bhattacharjee ... Partho
Chandrayee Ghosh Chandrayee Ghosh ... Priyanka
Saurav Das Saurav Das ... Tony Baby (as Sourav Das)
Debopriya Debopriya ... Naren
Sahil Agarwal Sahil Agarwal ... Kaushal
Shefali Chauhan Shefali Chauhan ... Chhavi
Soumya Mukherjee Soumya Mukherjee ... Param
Shankhu Karmakar Shankhu Karmakar ... Lady Police
Udai Shankar Udai Shankar ... Chai Waala
Moumita Moumita ... Receptionist
Barun Chanda ... Mr. Sonkar


Every night at 10, Kolkata tunes into Big FM to listen to 'Kuch Bheege Alfaaz' - an episodic series of unrequited love stories hosted by RJ Alfaaz who, despite his tremendous following, prefers staying detached and anonymous. Among his many fans is the boisterous Archana, a girl working at a creative agency - which designs branded memes. She is leukodermic but lives life to the fullest. They meet; or rather talk, for the first time over a misplaced call, when Archana accidentally dials Alfaaz's number, while trying to connect with her latest blind date. A friendship blossoms between the two strangers hidden behind their digital screens. It quickly translates in to a whirlwind of romance, until they bare their true selves to each other.

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Zain is originally from Srinagar but because of lack of opportunities leave the city and move to Delhi for graduation. Zain spent the next three years studying commerce from University of Delhi and prepping for the UPSC exams - something he believes would have been his profession, if he hadn't come to acting. He used to play guitar and sing songs during his college life but never imagined himself choosing acting as career. After graduation his friend called him and asked to give audition. See more »

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"There is nothing much to do than to run away with you"
5 December 2018 | by AIOS-ReviewsSee all my reviews

Kuch Bheege Alfaaz takes time but at the end connect with your soul and stays along with you all the day.

Onir known for his absolute artistic work comes with this amazing piece of beauty after a while and he is surely successful here. The film doesn't slowly express actually. It is the soul of the film that is slow. But this slowness keeps it natural and keep you hooked with it until the 2nd part comes which is pure brilliance.

Archana Pradhan(Gitanjali Thapa) work in an sarcasm website whose work is to make memes. Her friend Apu (Shrey Ray Tiwari) also works with her and loves her though even with the imperfection on her face. But Archana (AKA Archi) can't admire him as his lover. And the third person who comes in this film is Alfaaz who is an RJ of 92.7 big FM and everyone is almost fan for his voice on his show 'Kuch Bheege Alfaaz'. Now their story unfolds with some online talks. They doesn't talk, they express their feelings. And this feelings are so true that makes a WE TOO feeling.

Geetanjali Thapa is an amazing actress who proves her skill with his simplest body language in this film too that makes us feel for her like our neighborhood girl. But surprisingly Zain Khan was better than Gitanjali in this film, the last crying scene gives a goosebumps just not only because the story but also because of his acting and for the whole screen time he is genuinely successful to show that mannered behavior that's all he had to show. The background score is the best power of this movie and I've to say it is the best of 2018 even better than 'October'. Cinematography is well though.

After all if one word I've to say about the film then it's "Poetical-beauty".

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