6 March 2020 | shubhamtyagi-10119
Netflix should be accounted GUILTY for making it.
Indian movies has basically two stories, like writing an essay, an introduction part and then conclusion part, which is the movie post-interval, unlike hollywood or movies on streaming platforms. It's quite tough for Indian filmmakers to adapt this change.
Here Ruchi Narain, failed to keep the audience engaged throughout. Mid-movie, it all starting to seem like a dragged plain narrative,and she just escalated it with a 'twist' for which the audience is not prepared at all because of the slow pace of the movie.
With all the interrogation scenes in the 'first half' of the film, it looked like there is too much in it to get revealed but Alas!!. All the permutations and combination were cleared already in the first half itself.
This movie tried very hard to be 'Article 375' with the plot similar to 'Judgemental hai kya?' but failed miserably. The only couple of good thing about this movie atr the performances and cinematography. If you're really craving for something refreshing you can pick other titles from the Netflix else this is just one time watch.