Manmarziyaan Movie Review Hit or Flop
Cast of Manmarziyaan Movie
- Abhishek Bachchan as Rajbir ‘Robbie’ Bhatia
- Vicky Kaushal as Vicky Sandhu
- Taapsee Pannu as Rumi Bagga
- Ashnoor Kaur as Kiran
- Saurabh Sachdeva as Kakaji (Anal Sachdeva)
- Vikram Kochhar as Robbie’s brother
- Arun Bali as Robbie’s Grandfather
- Neelu Kohli as Robbie’s Mother
SwairajSandhu as Robbie’s Father
- Sukhmani Sadana as Lovely Singh
- Rajinder Singh as Lawyer Bhalla
- Jasmine Bajwa as Keerat
QuadirAmin as Samar
manmarziyaan kam se kam hinsak anuraag kashyap philm kalpanaasheel hai. koee bhee apana sir dhakata nahin hai, koee bhee apane kattar pratidvandvee darjanon baar golee maarata hai; yahaan tak ki hokee stik ko ek vaastavik hathiyaar kee tulana mein khatare ke roop mein aur adhik bachaaya jaata hai. phir bhee, nirdeshak ke lie ek kadam aage, mantaramaariyaan any prakaar kee hinsa kee padataal karata hai, jaise yuvaon dvaara pyaar mein maukhik aur bhaavanaatmak ghaavon ko ek-doosare se nipataaya jaata hai. yah kshama kee chikitsa shakti ko bhee dekhata hai-phir, kashyap vishay ke roop mein kya soch sakata hai.
ek nirdeshak ke lie jisaka varnan charitr manovigyaan kee tulana mein naatakeey ghatana se adhik prerit hota hai, manamaaraziyaan ek prayog ka thoda sa pratinidhitv karata hai. haalaanki philm apane 150-ajeeb minaton mein lagaataar vyast hai, phir bhee thodee aage kee aavaajaahee hai, aur bahut se raaste ghoomate hain. haaphave ke maadhyam se, aap soch sakate hain ki kuchh bhee “hua” hai, jis tarah se ham aksar philmon ke saath karate hain aur shaayad hee kabhee jeevan ke saath. yah ek durlabh philm hai jo pooree tarah se anishchitata par banaee gaee hai, paatron par doosare-anumaan lagaate hue, apane pahiyon ko kataee karate hain.
Of course, the wiki does not change. Rumi sticks to his word, some perform a protest because his family has arranged for marriage with Robi (Abhishek Bachchan), who has recently been a banker
Manmarziyaan reminded me of a deliberate girl about a complex love life, about the 2001 Tamil film of Millennium Mambo, Hou Hsiao-Hsien. Both films have bright surfaces; Kashyap, working with screenwriter Kanika Dhillon, composer Amit Trivedi and photographer Sylvester Fonseca, lose himself in food and graffiti in Amritsar and a herd of youth. Like the magnificent coolie of that city, it is sometimes a little over full. The dance twins that appear in the music sequences first feel fake after some time, and the nature documentary about the season of simian sex during the first night of the couple, will be a smart gag in a
All this leads to a remarkable final scene. There is no potentially deadly punch, not a disintegrated body, no bullet-rudal corpse – only an extended walk and talk. In a near-continuous music film, the soundtrack only registers the ambient noise. Some issues are resolved, others are wisely left alone. It is very beautifully written and acted that when the music finally swells in a nutshell and has a slo-mo shot, it seems like the betrayal of the mood.