Qala Movie Review (Download Qala Movie in Hindi)
Qala Movie Review Conclusion
Netflix is really getting Indian. A bit scared, a bit scared. Netflix, which used to show the worst movies a week before its release, now keeps its best movies close to its chest till the day of release. Being afraid in the field of art is a sign of good days. This fear remains within every artist regarding his new artwork. What is called ‘Butterflies in Stomach’ in English and also called Narbhasana in Hindi, Netflix seems to be in the same condition. But, His selection of stories is getting better here.
‘Kala’ immediately followed by ‘Monica o my darling’. One more such movie which can be really enjoyed watching as well as listening in the cinema hall only. Nevertheless, if you watch this movie on your Smart TV with a good music system, then the passing year will become a bit more cinematic. Art film is a strong knock of Hindi films coming back to ‘Cinema’ and it is also a knock of the fact that if the big producers of Hindi films give a free hand to Amit Trivedi, then he can still pull the audience to the theaters only on the basis of his songs. Can bring up to
Story of Bapu’s visit to Solan
Son na pa
The Arts Behind Cinema Music The
Anvita Dutt champion again!
Amazing Art of Art Department
Amit, Sameer and Babil shine in a female oriented film!
In terms of acting, Tripti Dimri from the film ‘Bulbul’ is not nineteen but eighteen this time. The expressions of insecurity remain the same on their faces. Whether it is the fear of mother’s disapproval or the musician looking for another chance to enjoy. Swastika Mukherjee also kept lightening her art in just one gesture throughout the film.
In Himachal Pradesh, why would the one who used to wear a nose ring and a bracelet as heavy as a bracelet come to Calcutta and leave it? Varun Grover is good in the role of the lyricist who gives him comfort. Amit Sial and Samir Kochhar have also impressed with their acting chops in a film where both the main characters are played by women. By the way, Anvita Dutt forgot to tell why Varun Grover applied nail polish in only one scene. Set in the era where beedis could be smoked inside the studios, this film is the top film for adults this weekend. And yes, Babil is also there in the film. He looks a little bit like his father Irrfan Khan but his acting in ‘Hans Akela..’ is a test of his art, it is understood that the acting is real.