5 June 2020 | tpatoliya
Engaging film with some faults
Netflix Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai, made on the background of demonetization, focuses on the ups and downs of the relationship.
When Prime Minister Modi brings demonetization on 8 November 2016 in the film, the story takes a different pace.
The film's story is served with a historical judgment of relationship and demonetization. This film refreshes the memories associated with the 2016 note ban.
Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai also emphasizes that the effect was thought about demonetization. Did not happen as they believe.
Even middle-class families were emotionally killed here. The black money holders managed to keep it in the new note as well.
It is a smart film written by Nihit Bhave that concerns itself with more than the cause.
The film is initially complicated. But the way the film's story is presented. She keeps you tied However, the film's climax remains weak. Looking at the film, it seems like he had to finish in a hurry.
There is a lack of clarity and sharpness for which Anurag Kashyap is known.
Netflix Choked wants to say a lot but is not as hard-hitting or too entertaining as its tweets.
Saiyami Kher can save this film in terms of acting. She has been great. Her role is powerful, which she has played well.
However, the character of Saiyami repeatedly goes back to her past, which affects the pace of the film. But this is not her fault.
Roshan Mathew is well in his character Sushant. Many times his role gets angry at seeing his character, which shows his quality as an actor. This young actor has an impressive personality and speaking eyes.
Amrita Subhash's work is also good. However, she is inconsistent as it is warm and swells in parts. The character of Rajshri Deshpande is worth watching.
As I have already said, you will not see the original Anurag Kashyap, but the way the story is captured is fantastic. He has shown the middle-class in Mumbai very well.
The film's dialogues are strong, and many conversations lighten the mood of the film.
Overall Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai is an engaging film. Despite some faults, the film is successful in entertaining you, so you can give your time to watch it.