Following the story of two individuals whose lives pivot between reality and illusions. Starring Rajkummar Rao and Kangana Ranaut, and directed by Prakesh Kovelamudi.
Kangana Ranaut has been absolutely magnificent and outstanding in her role and she has proved it definitely that it should always be the work that should do the talking and her work is definitely talking a lot regarding her potential. Rajkummar too has set high standards and he is living up to it in every film that he is working. There’s a surprise element of Jimmy Shergill’s presence in the film and he manages to work his way and make his presence felt within the limited screen space that he had. The music although is average, the background score is something that sets the pace of the movie well. But the best part from the technical side of things is the lighting and the cinematography. The use of lights and colors in certain scenes simply adds a different level of value to the whole scene and it is backed by some extremely good and highly dexterous and adroit cinematography. Overall, the film will surely give you vibes of a Shriram Raghavan classic and has all the makings of a cult thriller. The only factor worth worrying is the fact that some of the scenes are shots that are so intense with deeper connotations that it might just be too difficult for the general audience to understand and hence because of them probably failing to determine the subjective relevance of certain scenes, they might just label it as a film which is highly ‘intellectual’ and classify it as something beyond general public interest. Watch it for sure for the performances of Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao and it’s a must-watch if you are into the thriller zone. Ignore if ‘mysteries’ and ‘thrillers’ aren’t your comfort zone.