Qarib Qarib Singlle gets qarib to our hearts with easy-breezy, modern-day, guileless romance
There is a child in a each one of us, explored or unexplored. Falling in love like an adult but loving like a child, that’s how we fascinate love stories, well that’s how love stories are!
And Qarib Qarib falls exactly in that Qarib space of our hearts, where we are mesmerised by not only the love story but the characters as well.
You will be walking the rom com carpet but with a refreshing change.
Watch it If you like -
- A film with not even a single sad moment, Performances are fabulously fun, Easy- breezy feel
But Beware of -
- Ignorable but the story lacks growth post interval
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Moving from intense films, director Tanuja Chandra taps into online dating territory that’s risky but in vogue, and goes successful as proving her skills in a light hearted field too.
The credit goes to her for the best part of the film is its treatment, a balance of typicalness and newness, a balance of adult like and childlike fun, a balance of light-heartedness and emotions.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
RomCom is the season. Feel-Good films are the flavour. But to make them right is a task.
The movie gets almost all the nuances nicely. The treatment is lively, the feel is happy, the humour is mature and fun at the same time, a smile gets pasted on our faces throughout and most importantly there is effervescence between the two leads.
The pace is fit, fine and engaging. The idea of keeping the film’s storyline modern day yet conventional is what shines the most.
All of this runs amazingly well until a point where you feel a small stretch of no-growth in the film, a little after post interval. But the films treatment handles and covers that well enough. Also while most good scenes were shown in the trailer (which is a disappointment in way), one kind of wait for those scenes in the film to arrive. One is hooked to the film because of the two gems in the film.
We all know how Irrfan Khan is onscreen, instant hit. Imagine his female version, that would be Parvathy.
The leads are all that the movie has, while that can be quite pinching in other movies, where supporting cast is left untouched, this somehow doesn’t seem to bother in this film. We totally give the credit for this to the refreshing and quirky couple onscreen.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Songs are decent and go well with the script. It is the background score that wins and imparts more fun to the movie.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
It’s a feel good film. While a smile is pasted on our faces throughout, when we exit, it’s with glee…