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Narayan- A film on the bondage between a father and his son.


Director:
Jogesh Sehdeva

Writer:
Jogesh Sehdeva

Stars:
Rahuul Aamath, Eklavey Kashyap, Deepak Mehrotra.

 

Story

The story revolves around a teenaged guy who has faces inferior complex from childhood due to his father’s low income he can’t give a push to his teenage dreams. When ‘Kabir finds out that his friend has got a new bike he decides to follow his friend’s path and falls into the well. Once during a fight with his girlfriend he misses out a bag in an auto, that bag had some twenty lakhs drugs Kabir tries to hide from the gang leader “Rana” but fails. “Kabir’s father Narayan (Jogesh Sehdeva) requests to Rana for the forgiveness but he rather confiscates Kabir and asks his father to fight in an underground fight in Delhi. Narayan goes to take training from the match under his friend’s supervision and comes back to fight and take his son back home. In the end, Narayan kills Rana and saves his family.

What’s Good
The storyline is something which we don’t get to see that often, so it’s a plus point for the makers. Also, the actors who have acted in this film are quite good actors- they all have acted well with fine expression real feel of the character. At the end, the story gives out a message about ‘family’ ‘love’ and ‘bond’- all of them were framed nicely. Locations the film was shot was nice and few shots where appreciable as well. The wishlist that the teenager wants to get in the film, wasn’t affordable by his parents so his inferiority gave him a push to join the wrong path and get the money- this delivers a strong message for the parents to be alert about their children and meanwhile it has also shown the strength in someone’s willpower- which led the protagonist to pursue his goal and gave the film a proper ending.

What’s Bad 
Well, the film quality was the first thing I noticed which annoyed me, the focus was not set properly in some shots, the cinematography wasn’t that impressive. The most annoying thing is the film’s dubbing, which was completely distorted and dialogues were not synced properly with the lipsyncing of the actors. Coming to the frame- again there were not many but too many issues with the framings, this whole movie lacks a proper screenplay and the most importantly a good film camera, not a cheap mirrorless DSLR camera.

Cinespeaks verdict
Keeping all the goods and bads I think this movie is a one time film, but I won’t really suggest anyone spend money to watch this film when the picture quality doesn’t impress the audience.
By Pramit Chakraborty

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