A good movie, but falling short of greatness.
The plot – How a farmers suicide mocks the national media and takes it to a frenzy.
If I directed the film -
I would include some more scenes where the story actually catches on.
the distance or sequence between local reporter noting the incident to reaching the la Barkha Dutt style reporter…was too short too hurried .needed some more scenes to slowly show the build up.
there comes a time where you feel the story is not progressing, i think repositioning the scenes might do the trick.
The shit coverage episode by far was the best hilarious moment , rest were ok evoking some humor here n there.Barkha take off was good.
The ending was perhaps abrupt, I know the director would argue, that’s what happens in real life. But some questions remain unanswered.
Overall – like i said Raghubir yadav does a commendable job along with the rest of the starcast.no doubt about that. But from a direction standpoint, being Anusha’s first movie one cannot be overtly critical, but certainly she has to look into the pacing and sequencing bit.
I was really expecting it to hit hard,you know a strong dose perhaps maybe that s why I am not that thrilled with the movie. Though on a different story line, the impact of say Ardha Satya was brilliant, the frustrations came across very clearly.For that matter Well Done Abba was quite well done.
I am going to go with 3/5 for Anusha Rizvi’s first attempt. Good movie, must watch once, but that’s about it – nothing spectacular, unless that was the original intention. !