The film begins with thinking about right and wrong in Indian traditional society. The beginning of a marriage or relationship ranges from paint and zip to bra and sex. Two cousins Konkona Sen Sharma as “Dolly” Bhumi Pednekar as “Kajal” served as presenting the real situation and playing a role in traditional ideas.
Review is on only Bhumi Pednekar as “Kajal character-
Kajal, who shifts from her sister-in-law’s hometown to Noida. Where didi husband touches her inappropriately. After a few incidents, she reveals the same to her sister. Soon After, Kajal leaves home to build a carrier and one day become something but enter a call center where she is selling romance overcalls. There she meets Vikrant Massey as Pradeep, where they both fall in love and happen to spend a romantic time together. For the first time, Kajal loses her virginity and goes to jail just after that. The drama, dialogue, music, location were indicative of a mid-life crisis and questioned every point of the new girl in the city. The new girl is getting everything new and jumping from one place to another to find a safe and secure environment.
In the beginning, Bhumi Character was raw, weak, slightly predictable but by the end of the film, on the right string, rebelling but with a fighting spirit.
Starring: Konkona Sen Sharma, Bhumi Pednekar, Amol Parashar, Kubbra Sait, Vikrant Massey, Karan Kundra and Mushtaq Khan.
Produced by: Balaji Telefilms Ltd
Music by: Arjuna Harjai, Clinton Cerejo and Sadhu S Tiwari
Alankrita Shrivastava has directed are Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare and Lipstick Under My Burkha.
Review- Two Words–Must Watch……