Haryana feeds into the rest of Indian with a constant supply of women wrestlers and champions as we have already been told in stories from movies like Dangal and Sultan.
An actor-filmmaker, was shunned by the fraternity in his lifetime (Guru Dutt), so a self-proclaimed successor plans to take revenge for the lifetime of wrong done to his idol, and for that, he kills the the entire community he feels is responsible. You know the thin line I am talking about now.
Director Ratna Sinha who has also written the story, keeps it youthful with Yudi’s pranks to catch Saisha’s eye. His cockiness does bring him into Saisha’s but he has a condition to fulfil before he can be with her. Saisha needs Yudi to hook up with her rival Aisha (Eisha Singh). ‘Hook up with Ash, break up with her, break her heart and come to me.’
Netflix Original “Jogi” directed by Ali Abbas Zafar is a movie that tells the story of the Anti-Sikh Riots in 1984 following the assassination of Indira Gandhi by her two Sikh bodyguards. For context, the assassination occurred after the order of Operation Blue Star to secure the Harmandir Sahib Sikh temple complex in Amritsar, Punjab. The riots that place afterwards took the lives of anywhere between 8000-17000 Sikhs.
A frame by frame remake of a Tamil Classic, Ratsasan, Cuttputtli, in its 2hr 14 mins of runtime seems to be a lame frame by frame copy of the original. It looks lacklustre in its approach to recreate the thrill of the original. In its attempt to stick to another format, it comes off as a patch work job.
Liger is a film that tells the story of Liger,
Dobaaraa, set in a Pune suburb in India, complies with the original storyline but also stands out in its style, script and pace in very unique ways that only Anurag Kashyap can pull off as he puts in opposition different characters playing mind games in a disruptive thunderstorm.