Qarib Qarib Singlle Movie Review
CAST: Irrfan Khan, Parvathy, Neha Dhupia, Luke Kenny
DIRECTION: Tanuja Chandra
DURATION: 2 hours 5 minutes
Qarib Qarib Singlle is a street motion picture cum-coming-of-age romance, with a bittersweet tang to it, but then it is enthusiastic, and fun and crisp: two grown-ups, a man and a lady, connect by means of a dating site and find that online, can, sometimes, convert into something essential and genuine, offline.
Given its surprising narrative curve in which nothing seems to be occurring by a method for overt activity and plot progression, Qarib Qarib Singlle is a troublesome film to slot in any single genre.
The pace is perfect: not very quick, not very moderate. Things grow unhurriedly. This is the sort of film where nothing happens while everything is occurring.
The heroine is a hesitant Jaya Sasidharan (Parvathy), a young widow who has proceeded onward since the passing of her armed force husband 10 years ago and inundated herself in her medical coverage career. She is finding real success however she is, at the behest of her sibling (Siddharth Menon), a college student we see just throughout Skype talks, is as yet searching for a way for beginning once again.
The hero is an unrestrained, garrulous Yogi (Irrfan), a small-time writer who has cherished and lost three ladies since the time he was in secondary school, yet hasn’t allowed heartbreak to deflect him from his happy, impulsive ways.
For Irrfan, Qarib Singlle is a veritable breeze. He cruises through the film with standard elan gracefully. His comic timing is at its scintillating best.As long as you don’t expect fireworks, appreciate this sweet film that will leave you grinning.
We give Qarib Qarib Singlle 3.5 stars.
Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana Movie Review
CAST: Rajkummar Rao, Kriti Kharbanda
DIRECTION: Ratnaa Sinha
DURATION:2 hours 17 minutes
Ratnaa Sinha’s Shaadi Mein Zarur Aana ticks all Bollywood boxes – sentiment, dramatization, revenge , melodies et al. Be that as it may, beyond the songs and dance routine, the Rajkummar Rao-Kirti Kharbanda-starrer likewise sparkles light on sexual orientation disparity, dowry and inequality, holding a mirror up to us as a people.
Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana is a romantic tale set in Kanpur and focused on a Satyendra Mishra (Rao), a rookie excise department clerk whose life does a 360-degree turn following an personal misfortune, and Aarti Shukla (Kriti Kharbanda), a school topper peering toward a civil service job and careful about being caught in the four walls of family life. The two choose they are made for each other after a quick discussion in a bistro, where they meet without their folks and more distant families close by.
What at that point keeps you drew in spite of the fairly improbable plot loaded with false impressions is some genuinely great performances, led by the exceptionally skilled Rajkummar Rao. Whatever he touches turns into gold. His subtle and genuine depiction of Sattu is a demonstration of his much-discussed acting brilliance. Kriti Kharbanda radiates charms and straightforwardness, in this way complementing Raj perfectly.
The film could have been greatly improved than it, in the long run, ends up being. But if you don’t mind watching a modest family drama, reminiscent of the 90s, you won’t mind being privy to this emotional alliance.
We give Shaadi Mein Zaroor aana 2.5 stars