Manmarziyaan Movie Review
Director: Anurag Kashyap
Artists: Abhishek Bachchan, Vicky Kaushal, Taapsee Pannu, Abdul Qadir Amin
Movie Type: Romance /Drama
Rating: 3.5/ 5
'Love and Relationships Are Complicated' means that love and relationships are complicated, you must have read this status somewhere tens of times. Anurag Kashyap directed and Anand L. In Rai-produced 'Manmarziyaan', the same states have been treated with great beauty and maturity. The story of the film revolves around an old idea like a love triangle, but the storytelling style of these filmmakers is new and unique, which may not embrace the traditional thinking audience, but then you have to understand that Anurag When has a rebel filmmaker like Kashyap followed the tradition?
The story begins on a simple note, where Rumi (Taapsee Pannu) and Vicky (Vicky Kaushal) are so deeply engrossed in love that they are eager to meet each other whenever they get a chance. Huh. Their love has crossed the boundaries of the body. The twist in the story comes when, one day, in Tapsee's bedroom, the two are caught red-handed by the family. Now the situation becomes such that roommates of Rumi pressurize him for marriage. Khiladi and Babaq Rumi issue a decree in front of Mastamoula and irresponsible Vicky that the next day he comes to talk about marriage with his family members, but Vicky is not matured for this situation.
He fosters Rumi and does not come. Rumi and Vicky have a lot of fighting over this, but in the meantime when Robbie (Abhishek Bachchan), who is getting married from abroad, is shown Rumi's relationship, he falls in love with her after seeing her photo. Angry with Vicky, Rumi also agrees to marry Robbie, but then Vicky convinces him to give up his love affair and convinces her to run away from home. The commitment phobic wiki is not yet mature enough to handle the responsibility of marriage, so he repeatedly turns his back on the matter of responsibility. Rumi finally gets Robbie's name and he is married the next day, but now Vicky doesn't want Rumi to be someone else. They both plan to run again, but once again Vicky turns back on his promise.
Rumi and Robbie get married, but the story does not end. To know what is the result of these characters, you have to go to the cinema hall. Anand L. Rai-produced and directed by Anurag Kashyap, Manmarziyaan portrays that interpretation of today's love, which is more or less the youth of today. Anand has gone a step ahead in terms of boldness of the characters, while Anurag is treating him tenderly. Anurag has enlivened the characters with sequences and scenes in such a way that you go with them instead of judging them. The personal love of Rumi and Vicky living in Amritsar definitely surprises you, but somewhere you become a part of their world. Anurag as director has appeared in a different style in this film. He has also got a lot of support from writers like Kanika Dhillon.
There are many scenes in the film, which have become very fun. They make you feel like multiple emotions. You don't know until last which room will Rumi go? Climax is very cute.
In terms of acting, 'Manmarziyaan' proves to be twenty in every way. Taapsee Pannu is a contemporary actress of today, but it would not be wrong to call this film an excellent film of her career. She has lived an unconventional character so convulsing that you fall in love with her. Abhishek Bachchan's restrained performance makes the story special. The drunken bar scene and Abhishek and Taapsee's dialogue at the climax prove to be the film's high points.
Vicky Kaushal has lived up to his character of Vicky, which makes love understandable, but not life and responsibility. His funky look adds to his character. The film's supporting cast is also strong. In terms of music, all the songs are soulful. All the songs like 'Halla', 'Gray Wala Shed', 'Darya' have become good in Amit Trivedi's music.