Lessons from “Afwaah”: Sudhir Mishra’s Insightful Take on Viral Videos and the Real Story Behind Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Bhumi Pednekar’s Breakup | Vegamovies | Moviesda
Producer: Anubhav Sinha
Director: Sudhir Mishra
Writer: Sudhir Mishra, Nisarg Mehta, Shivshankar Bajpai and Apoorva Dhar Bargaiyan
Artists: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Bhumi Pednekar, Sumit Vyas, Sumit Kaul, Sharib Hashmi, TJ Bhanu, Rocky Raina and Esha Chopra etc.
Release date: 5 May 2023
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Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui got to see a new look in last year’s release “Heropanti 2” after scoring a hat-trick of films releasing directly on OTT from “Ghoomketu,” “Raat Akeli Hai,” and “Serious Men.” Nawazuddin Siddiqui has almost exactly followed the same path as Manoj Bajpayee did in the movie “Dil Pe Mat Le Yaar,” dressing stylishly, using vibrant colours, and frequently using English in dialogue. caught on camera. Hansal now claims that he rushed through the creation of his early films. However, the director of the movie “Afwaah,” Sudhir Mishra, has no such justification. Following “Serious Men,” he cast Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the role of a US returnee who aspires to transform the nation through a mobile company in “Afwah.”
Boomerang video goes viral…
The risky use of mobile devices is the main theme of the movie “Afwaah.” This is the premise of the movie “Afwah,” and its epilogue is that this viral video or say “Afwah” if it is reversed, shows how a sizable portion of society, which finds its happiness in other people’s trouble, has been misled in the confusion of viral videos. How about making the construction workers your prey? The illusion of rumours in the political vortex opens the movie “Afwaah.” A close paddler who is a rising political figure in a religion-centered movement murders a butcher by storming into his store. This leader agrees to the police request to be hidden when the situation worsens, but he lives. The boss is focused. The wedding is about to take place. His fiancee is unwilling to accept this marriage because it is a form of political alliance. She flees her house. The leader’s followers pressure him to bring them back while he’s travelling, and the US return using the same route does not accept this. The first fiancée was running by herself. Both are currently running together.
Part 2 of This Night’s Not the Morning
The story of the movie ‘Afwaah’ appears to take place primarily in one night, much like Sudhir Mishra’s classic movie ‘Is Raat Ki Subah Nahi’ did. The basic premise of the stories is somewhat similar in that a corporate professional becomes the target of criminals due to an unintentional act. The rest of both films follow a similar pattern. The hero doesn’t strike back; instead, he just keeps running to escape death. Due to his personality, Sudhir Mishra always wants to comment on the sting. Simply put, he fails to serve his talk in accordance with the tastes of the modern era when it is eager to appear on the big screen through the camera. Since “Yeh Saali Zindagi,” he has struggled to find a way to blend the stories of the past with the cinema of the present. He still has a lot to say through film if he can revive his abilities by eschewing superfluous rhetoric.
Fixed land rate; boring performance
The daughter of a powerful leader is at the heart of the plot of the movie “Afwah.” Bhumi Pednekar portrays this role. She works for Yash Raj Talents, a company that is part of Yash Raj Films. Just as her status in the film industry is growing, so too are the films; Bhoomi isn’t working as hard to establish herself, though. His characters’ telling the truth has begun to take on a similar pattern in her films. After the release of “Pati Patni Aur Woh,” her career has come to a complete halt. ‘Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan’, ‘Bhoot’, ‘Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare’, ‘Durgamati’, ‘Badhaai Do’, ‘Raksha Bandhan’, and her prior films ‘Govinda Naam Mera’ and ‘Bheed’ are comparable. Bhumi needs directors who can assist her in undoing all of the acting techniques she has already mastered and mould her natural acting talent. Her monotonous acting is the main obstacle to her progress; instead of putting her point clearly, she rants, quarrels, and even goes so far as to become excited about it. If she develops beyond this, even in roles like those in the movie “Afwaah,” we can anticipate something better from her.
There is no place where Nawazuddin is.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui plays the role of the movie’s hero. In his plays, his persona repeatedly tells a made-up tale. To interact with the audience, he moves around the room. also occupies a seat on the stage’s steps. wears clothing with a name. wears fashionable eyewear. His automobile is also automatic. The character’s true nature, the degree of truth in his statements, and his inner strength are all things that director Sudhir Mishra tries to convey in the first half of the movie, but in the second half of the movie, he remains the same. blow off The audience is unable to relate to Nawazuddin’s character until the very end due to the character’s conflicted personality. In the movie, Sumit Vyas plays a more compelling role than he does. When a young leader uses social media to make a name for himself in national politics, his plans always go awry when he encounters the real world. On the other hand, when Sharib Hashmi first appears on screen, it is obvious what he will do next.
TJ Bhanu’s shocking performance
The actress TJ Bhanu did an outstanding job in the film “Afwaah.” The actress, who dazzled in “The Forgotten Army,” plays a police constable in the movie who is encouraged to have sex with a senior of her mother. The movie’s plot is shocking. The box office performance of this movie might have been different if it had been written and produced from the perspective of a mother who defies social conventions and whose daughter is split between two parties. The film is not great technically. A state like Rajasthan, which has a great location, has been depicted on screen in a very ordinary way by Mauricio Vidal. While filming scenes in the dead of night, even his lighting crew doesn’t seem to be much of a help. The editing of Atanu Mukherjee mostly succeeds in keeping the movie moving at a steady pace. However, the impact of Sameer Tandon and Dr. Sagar’s joint efforts to make the movie touching does not come through.
Rating : 2/5
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