Engaging 3 stories that encompass multi-storey connectable thoughts and emotions
This is a happy-face thriller film.
That’s a new right? It was for us too. We watched, we were kept engaged, and in the end, we were left with a smile and meaning.
That’s how this film culminates, with a different meaning and take-home essence for different individuals.
Everyone and everything has a story to tell in this universe and so does this film! Do watch it.
Watch it If you like -
Keeps you hooked and interested, Entertains and Enlightens
But Beware of -
There are flaws, but we cant point out because the movie is different!
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Editing writing, and intrigue are the artists in the film.
And these have a top coat of detailed direction by debutant Arjun Mukerjee.
The subject/concept of the film is really interesting, it’s about ‘stories’ and so the same has been paid special attention and hence it turned out wonderful.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
The film revolves 3 stories across 3 storeys.
But are there really 3 stories? Or more. Or just one. How are they connected? What is the climax? That’s something you’ll unveil in the film in the most smilingly surprising way.
The best part of the film is it makes you live the story it is trying to tell. And the story it tells are unrelated and yet related on so many levels.
And what’s best than the best is, it skillfully engages you, instigates you to think about the story in your film and the story we all live and know as ‘life’ at the same time.
Short movie length with interesting twists and turns and great involvement power makes it a great watch. Whatever flaws it has gets covered with these pluses.
Every character fees so alive and real in the film. Renuka Shahane is a treat to watch. She is just too good. It was so cool and nostalgic to see the actress back on silver screen after so long and that too in an unexpected role.
Masumeh Makhija as Varsha is another actor in the film who catches our eye right from the start. She is such a charmer.
Aisha Ahmed as the young girl is refreshingly cute to watch. So is Ankit Rathi, the young boy.
Sharman Joshi is good in his role. Pulkit Samrat plays a different role. Richa Chadha in a role that’s small but meaningful.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Songs are beautiful and are used as soothing background scores.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
Live. Create. Tell the Story. Repeat.
That’s the essence of the film, narrated in the most warm-hearted and quite thrilling way.