Cast: Bhumi Pednekar, Konkana Sen Sharma, Vikrant Massey, Amol Parashar
Director: Alankara Srivastava
Editor: Aarti Bajaj
During this lockdown, the series of web series reviewing with movies continues Today's film 'Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare'. Alankara Srivastava directed. The film is available on 'Netflix'. Let's see how this film is in the review.
'Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare' is a story of two sisters. Also, the film has its own problems in Delhi city. Dali (Konkan Sen Sharma) is a working woman who is unhappy with her romantic life. Kitty (Bhumi Pednekar) is lonely. You have to work in an online dating app. Both of them have their own problems. Dolly has an affair with the delivery boy (Amol Prasha). Kitty also falls in love with her college Pradeep (Vikrant Massey). But their love lives do not go so smoothly. How did their lives change? is the rest of the story.
In terms of the performance of the actors, the film is at the top. All the actors perform their abilities best. Konkana Sengupta's performance as a woman who is associated with a young man is amazing. There are different variations in her role. Konkan a strong showcase of those variations.
Bhumi Pednekar, the role is amazing. Earth gives a twist in her role with subtle acting. The film is completely going on with women's re-wishes. The arrangement of both characters is very realistic. The film's build-up and the scenes in the first half are very good.
Vikrant Massey has played well in his role. Some scenes that show women how to move forward in life and choose their priorities in life are very good.
The first one starts in a very gripping play and then slows down. But the middle class is very beautiful. Both the female characters are well-produced, but the climax is at a little basic level.
This film is in complete contradiction to the general rules of how women live their lives. So, some may not like the plot of the film. Also, the sub-plots that have been elevated for a long time are not liked.
The final word is -
Overall, 'Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare' is very bold, good content and the film is a superb performance of the actors. But the second half will hurt the interest of the audience. If you like lipstick under my burqa, the film will also be almost the same theme. Once you can see this movie.