Dobaara Movie review
Cast: Huma Qureshi, Saqib Saleem, Rhea Chakraborthy, Lisa Ray, Adil Hussain, Madalina Bellabriu Ion.
Director: Prawaal Raman
Music Director: Arko Pravo Mukherjee, Samira Koppikar
The story spins around a brother and sister and how they fall prey to a haunted mirror. While they are making an endeavor to destroy the mirror that had spoiled their childhood, they create more issues for each other.
Story of the motion picture:
Alex Merchant (Adil Hussain), a artist by calling joyfully lives with his wife Liza (Lisa Ray) and kids Natasha (Huma Qureshi) and Kabir (Saqib Saleem). Meanwhile, Alex purchases an old fashioned mirror and not long after his life changes upside down. He kills his wife Liza and by chance his child Kabir kills him which brings about Kabir being sent to an adolescent jail.
Numerous years after the fact, Natasha chooses to demonstrate her brother blameless by coming clean to everybody through a recording however things aren’t to support her. Tanya (Rhea Chakraborty), an lawyer, helps Kabir in leaving the cell.
There are many high points and low points in the film. Will Natasha have the capacity to demonstrate Kabir’s purity or the had mirror will play its own malevolent amusement?
Direction:The best some portion of the film is its heading. Prawaal Raman is surely a standout amongst the most underrated directors of our circumstances. Taking care of a subject of a had reflect by keeping the thriller component alive till the last edge isn’t a simple employment. The treatment of the film is its USP. Film’s heading is awesome and the method for shooting is far and away superior.
Star Performance:Huma Qureshi is persuading in her demonstration as is Saqib Saleem. Guess their chemistry works for the film as they are genuine siblings, which was required for a subject this way.
Adil Hussain plays the father once more, trying the part of Alex Merchant. It is through Alex that the film gets it component of romance. The scenes in which he loses his marbles and pursues his hapless spouse (a wooden Lisa Ray) is a knockout.
Rhea Chakraborty and Lisa Ray are normal yet Madalina is perceptible all through.
Music Direction:The music of the film is fine. However, the background score is great, which is essential for any blood and horror film. The foundation score jars and the pace is horrid in light of the fact that it depends excessively on dull exchange.
Watch Or Not:Overall, “Dobaara” is drawing in and certainly not avoidable. With such a variety of movies releasing this Friday, Dobaara will most likely emerges for its surprising treatment and narrating. For fans of startling films, “Dobaara: See Your Evil” may very well pass marshal.