Cast – Meezaan, Sharmin Segal
Director – Mangesh Hadawle
Before getting into the deep review we just can’t ignore that Meezaan & Sharmin Segal were perfect into the role and they also performed well also they couldn’t have got a better launch.
The movie starts from the 90s where Shiva (Meezaan) is shown as a local tapori living in a chawl meets Aastha Tripathi (Sharmin) who shifted recently into the chawl due to his dad’s loss in the share market and facing financial issues. She is also pursuing her Chartered Accountant degree. After their meet, it starts as a deep-rooted hatred (Chattis ka aakda) but as a typical love story Shiva falls in love with Aastha and eventually she also fell for him but as Aastha was from a very conservative family, her father wanted her to marry a guy who was well reputed, educated and a wealthy person. Aastha’s family has tagged Shiva as a good for nothing person and they wanted their daughter to stay away from him, but as you know Aastha has already fallen for him so it was difficult for them to manage.
Talking about the Acting both Meezaan & Sharmin have done a wonderful job and their chemistry onscreen was also lovely because of their turning hatred into love. Meezaan was very much impactful in his acting, he was raw with his character.
The Director Mangesh Hadawale tried hard to remake the Tamil version 7G Rainbow Colony and he reaches nearby to it & he has crafted the flavor and essence of Chawls of Mumbai & especially the festivals which gave a pure Marathi feel. The film is set in the 90s so the poster of Titanic with its original release date & Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam showed that period of time. Being Sanjay Leela Bhansali production who always has larger than life films and concepts so direction can not go wrong in anyway.
Songs are also good as it gives you the Marathi feel in the dance steps and the Festives. Udhal Ho gives Ganesh festival feel and the title track is very touching.
Cinespeaks Verdict – Do they marry each other, Do they Go apart? To know about their chemistry of love you should surely go and watch it in your nearby theatre as it will also take you back in the ’90s
Review By – Rupal Purohit