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Haseen Dillruba | Bollywood Movie Review WATCHING ONLINE


Haseen Dillruba | Bollywood Movie Review WATCHING ONLINE

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Haseen Dillruba | Bollywood Movie Review WATCHING ONLINE

Haseen Dillruba begins with Narration – Story, Screenplay, and Dialogues by Kanika Dhillon.

Giving you a hint of things to come. Kanika is one of the most provocative writers in Hindi cinema.

They intentionally immerse us in worlds outside the city, usually small,
Torn by fierce women who refuse to live inside Lakshman Rekha, imposed by patriarchy and society.

Think of the red-haired Rumi at Manmarziyaan; Mukku, a girl from a wealthy Pundit family, falls in love with the poor Muslim porter of Kedarnath;
Or the psychopath Bobby in Judgmental Hai Kya. Rani, Haseen Dillruba from the title, is a great addition to this gallery of glowing, jagged-edged characters.

Rumi and Rani, both played by Taapsee Pannu, are described by other characters in their own stories as days.
We’ve seen enough feminist horror movies to understand that’s a big compliment – d’aan means a woman with a fiery soul.

Rani is a middle-class narcissistic girl in Delhi who has a master’s degree in Indian literature and is passionate about crime novelist Dinesh Pandit.
And a deep desire to be swept away by a broken, intelligent and volatile person.

But after a few failed relationships, Rani accepts an arranged marriage with Rishu, a moderately moral engineer from the fictitious small town of Gualapur.

Haseen Dillruba | Bollywood Movie Review WATCHING ONLINE

His hobby is homeopathy.
She works in a beauty salon and spends her time changing her father-in-law’s appearance. Even when her life is a mess, her nails are trimmed flawlessly.
Rani describes herself as ‘Khobsourat, Ladki is hot’. Rishu was so terrified by her beauty, that he became deranged in front of her.
After a few nice comedic treatments with Renishaw,

Rani announces: “Koi jwala Nahi jane wali humare beech mein”. Enter the scandalous Lotario Neal – cousin of Richo, the river rafting guide, who dresses to show off his bulging biceps –
In one scene, he’s pumping air into a boat, shirtless, sweaty, and glistening in the sun, the ultimate embodiment of lust.

Obviously, this cannot end well. Hussain Dilruba begins with the murder, then the story is mostly summarized by Rani, the prime suspect, who informs the detective police officer.
This led to this point, but Rani, like Bobby, is an unreliable narrator. Her narration is colored by her passionate reading of crime novels.

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She continued to quote her favorite author with lines such as:

‘Pandit ji kehte hain ki sambandh toh mansik hote hain’. Shaaririk toh sambhog hota hai. Rani’s story is so intriguing that it quickly gathers the audience at the police station
With listeners interjecting appreciatively, “Wah, wah.” It’s the same for us as viewers. Hussein Dilruba breaks the genre –

It’s a murder mystery but also a frenetic love story with puppets of comedy – mostly given by Risho’s mother, played by the adorable Yamini Das,

Who just wants Sundar, susheel, Gori bahu for her son. The film goes from the frenzy of hormones to the raw, confused feelings of two strangers in a marriage, to things that are darker and bloodier.
This is tight work, and Kaneka and director Vinil Matthew have only been partially successful.

What works best is the second act when Rishu and Rani start finding directions in their fractured relationship.
There is a beautiful scene in the kitchen where making tea together becomes a kind of truce.

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The elevations in the narrative are also greatly mitigated by Vikrant Masi’s impressive performance. In one scene, Richou breaks down, declaring that men like him cannot be considered heroes –
Vikrant’s tears capture the agony of being kind and gentle in a twisted world. Taapsee is also very good as a reckless and selfish woman who creates tragic chaos,
But Rani gets wiser as we watch. Haseen Dillruba | Bollywood

The two actors make this relationship roll, with Rishu’s slave devotion to Rani and her understanding that he might be just what she needs, compelling.
And Harshvardhan Rane is well represented as a chubby, misogynistic third wheel. But in the third act, Hussein Dilruba switched tracks,
Moving into territory that becomes unbelievable and emotionally unconvincing – especially a bow risha.

The final explanation for what really happened is this weird combination of a Roald Dahl short story and a movie that I won’t mention because it can be so spoiled.
Needless to say, it’s ridiculous limits. As with the latter half of both Kedarnath and Judgemental Hai Kya, Kanika loses control of the narrative, 
which becomes increasingly complex. Anything can happen, but few feel organic or learned.

The ending twist may work in one of Dinesh Pandit’s cute novels, but here she appears as Grand Guignol, which undermines everything that came before.
Hossein Dilruba is the second vinyl film after Hase Toh Phasee seven years ago.

Hase Toh Phasee, the rom-com located in the middle of Shaadi, had a real sweetness. Hussein Dilruba has a tougher view of what men and women do to each other.

But as in the first movie, the balcony plays a major role. Jwalapur is a town on a river – parts of the movie were shot in Uttarakhand.

Vinyl and DOP Jayakrishna Gummadi makes good use of the sparkling waters and multi-level house. These balconies, overlooking the flowing river, are designed for romance.

In one scene, Rani says: “Bagalban ki hood si na guzra, ooh Pyaar Hai Kiza.” I agree. But Haseen Dillruba’s page plan moves from
influential positions and eventually lost its grip. Haseen Dillruba | Bollywood  You can watch the movie on Netflix India.

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