Qala Movie Review: The artistry, creativity and sensitivity of the story presented from the perspective of a woman in Anvita Dutt’s film ‘Kala’ (Qala) will be less appreciated. The intensity with which the story of ‘Kala’ has been written and filmed in the environment of the 40s is rarely seen in Hindi cinema.
Know what is the story of ‘Kala’
Through ‘art’, the thinking of differentiating between women and men, by giving all kinds of exemption to the boys, the nature of pushing the girl’s desires behind the social and personal bars has been presented through such a musical story of brother and sister. Whose style-of-statement proves to be surprising.
The story of a singer who succumbs to the masculinity of thinking shown in ‘Kala’ is also a scathing comment on our society. It has also been shown in ‘Kala’ how a mother finds her happiness in her son’s aspirations of singing while giving attention to her son, but does not hesitate to crush the same aspirations of her daughter’s singing.
If we talk about acting in the film, Trupti Dimri as a troubled heroine, with her unfulfilled desires, her dreams of becoming a singer and the emotions related to not being able to live peacefully even after becoming famous, very well. has been introduced.
Babil Khan made his debut with the film
Babil, who is debuting as an actor, also lives his character with full intensity. Significantly, for some time now people will try to find the image of his late father Irfan in Babil’s acting. But Babil proves with his debut that he has the skills to become a great actor just like his father Irrfan. Every artist like Swastika Mukherjee in the role of Trupti and Babil’s mother, Amit Sial as an exploitative and arrogant musician, Varun Grover playing the role of a lyricist have played their respective characters well.
Due to giving the setting of a period film to ‘Kala’ in the 40’s of song-music, full care has been taken that all the songs of the film and the music of the film help in enlivening the environment of that period. The credit for presenting the music of that era in a dignified manner goes to Amit Trivedi as a musician, who has once again shown his brilliance through ‘Kala’. His music proves successful in providing depth to the film.
Through the film’s cinematography (Siddharth Dewan), art direction (Ramesh Yadav) and editing (Manas Mittal), each frame of the film has been made so beautiful that the eyes cannot believe what is being seen on the screen. How has it been made so visible!
First ‘Bulbul’ and now ‘Kala’. Writer and director Anvita Dutt’s stories, with which they narrate the social and personal frustrations of women in a unique environment, are highly praiseworthy. The film ‘Kala’, which is streaming on Netflix, must be seen.
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