Star cast: Rajkumar Rao, Shraddha Kapoor, Pakhun Tripathi, Abarashakti Khurana, Abhishek Banerjee
Director: Amar Kaushik
To give pain to men, the ‘Stree’ has knocked on cinemas. With this ‘Stree’ the society did a lot of things because of which she decided to take revenge as a witch. You must have heard such stories of the witch but Amar Kaushik has brought it in front of you in a new way. The witch of this movie is read-written, obedient, he does not coerce anyone. It does not mean a sensor, it is known. The most important thing is to tell you that this movie makes you scared very scared. For about two hours, the 10-minute film enters you from the beginning to the end. Even in the most horrific scenes of the film, you will not be able to stop yourself from laughing. All the actors have done a fine job. Every character seems real There is another special telling that the suspense remains in the story along with the horror. There has been no attempt to intimidate and neither its comedy is a non-sense.
The director has coined the story so well that somewhere it seems to be real. The old-fashioned story has been fabricated by connecting with the atmosphere from today, that the oppression of the witch also seems right and the sympathy of the audience is accompanied by it. Here the story is of the witch but Dasha is shown to women. Such stories of oppression of women are heard on the day. Here the laughing director has said many such things which will hurt the heart directly. This film is true in every case. That is why it is one of the best horror comedy films of Bollywood.
The story of ‘Bride’ is from Chanderi of Madhya Pradesh, where Taylor Vicky is so famous that people know him as Manish Malhotra. At this place, there is a witch’s hood which raises the men in the night and leaves their clothes. But the witch does not come where outside the house – ‘O Stree Kal Aana.’ On a daily basis, one day Vicky meets Shraddha Kapoor, who comes to worship only every year. Vicky’s friend Bittu (Aparashakti Khurana) suspects Shraddha Kapoor. When Vicky’s friend Jana (Abhishek Banerjee) gets picked up the witch, the friend tells him that his girlfriend is a ghost. After this, they meet Rudra (Pankaj Tripathi) to find him. After all, that ‘woman’ Who is it? Why does he pick up Murdo? Is Shraddha Kapoor the Witch? If he is, then what does he want from Vicky? All this will know after watching the movie.
Amar Kaushik is debuting in this movie from the movie. Through this film, he has shown to Bollywood that he can do comedy with a good story. The special thing about his direction is that he has not tried to drag the movie out of the way. Everything in her story is “to the point” and it is fast. Have not done anything differently for scary scenes but still fears. The film seems tired and the rhythm is intact. You are not bored anywhere. In 2008, Amar Kaushik started his career as an Assistant Director from the film ‘Aamir’. Prior to this film, Amar Kaushik has assisted about 9 films including ‘Go Goa Gone’, ‘Fukrey’ and ‘Beyond the Cloud’. His hard work of last 10 years has brought color here. From ‘Woman’ he started his directorial debut.
There are four songs in this movie, including Aao Kabhi Haveli. ‘Kamariya’ item song is compelled to be filmed on Noora Fatehi. The songs of the songs are quite seductive, yet there is no such song which is remembered even after watching the movie.
The story of the film is written by Sumit Arora. This story is very old when the women in the villages were writing to come outside the house. Presenting this story so relevant in today’s time is not easy. Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK’s screenplay are also amazing. If it is a matter of the film and its name is not dishonest then it would be dishonest.