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Quite good movie
Mar 08, 2018 06:19 PM 575 Views (via Android App)
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Hey. I am going to give my review on my recent watch movie PARI. Anushka sharma give her best for her first horror movie. Movie is not too scary but all content is good. Some ghost acts of anushka is really make me goosebumps.Pari begins with Arnab ( Parambrata Chatterjee) , an awkward, reserved, decent manmeeting a prospective wife, Piyali ( Rithbhari Chakraborty) , a talkative, straightforward nurse who believes in the calming powers of anulom-vilom. Soon after their meeting, as Arnab and his family are heading home, there’s an accident and Kuttewaali Budhia, a destitute women in a burqa, is declared dead. While the accident takes Arnab and the cops to her hut in a secluded patch of forest where they find her daughter Rukhsana ( Anushka Sharma) , the mark on the dead woman’s arm creeps out a worker at the morgue and he dials Professor Qasim Ali ( Rajat Kapoor) . There on unfolds the story which began in a town in Bangladesh, about the Kayamat Andolan, the professor’s accident while trying to kill the unborn of an Ifrit, a female soldier ofthe scary, bad one.Pari’s story, though rooted in patriarchy’s sadiyon purana fear of powerful women, doesn’t show the witches doing much evil stuff except, for the sake of their survival and love, bite a few pain in the necks. Mostly it shows Ifrits as being sexually liberated and driven — whatever their age, they brazenly tempt men with sex. Nice. In fact, in a movie that has terribly regressive genesis and annoying pageantry that panders to misogyny, there’s a lot of clever detailing of characters. Rajat Kapoor’s Prof. Qasim Ali is a very compelling character, and the actor plays it with delicious ambiguity. He seems, at once, scholarly and more powerful, vindictive and evil than the women he is pursuing with a chain saw. The film’s narrative style is controlled and stylised. There’s a slow, gradual revelation of who Ifrits are, what Rukhsana is capable of. While the movie lovingly builds up the fear factor, revealing her Vampire-like traits, it also serenades Arnab and Rukhsana. And the climax neatly ties together Piyali’s past with Arnab’s preseParambrata Chatterjee is very good, and Rithbhari Chakraborty screams very nicely. Butthe film belongs to Rajat Kapoor and Anushka Sharma. Sharma’s witch doesn’t just bite off chunks of humans she doesn’t like, but also poor, little street dogs. And she does it with sumptuous joy and at chilling speed. That’s brave, very brave indeed for a leading Bollywood actress. And scary. I wondered if, after watching the film, Virat Kohli skipped a beat at night when Anushka extended her hand to switch off the bedroom light. I would have.All over movie is quite good but not as expectedMy rating-3/5


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