Malaal movie review
Meezaan Jaaferi, Sharmin Segal, Sameer Dharmadhikari, Anushk Bisht
Sanjay Leela Bhansali Productions, T-Series
Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Shreyas Puranik, Shail Hada
Sharmin Segal and Meezaan Jaaferi starrer Malaal has been released in cinemas. The film is set in the backdrop of Mumbai festivities and the political scenario. Which covers the sensitive issues such as non-Marathi’s leaving in Mumbai. Here is Malaal review which might help you to watch it.
Story of the movie:
The story of the film revolves around the Tapori boy Shiva (Meezan Jaffrey), who lives in Chawl, Mumbai, is confronted by an educated girl, Aastha(Sharmin Sehgal). Aastha’s family shifts to Chawl due to their financial condition. Shiva falls in love with Aastha after the initial small tiff. Aastha is preparing for a CA degree and is soon going to be engaged to a good family guy. However, after some time, Aastha also falls in love with Shiva. And that’s the story of this love story movie, you’ll have to watch the movie to find out how Shiva and Aastha can find their love.
Sharmin Segal and Meezaan will impress you with their performance. Meezaan lives up to the character and has shown the signs of a promising talent. For Sharmin, its about acting through eyes.
The film’s music is good.
The film’s direction is good. Each frame of the film has been done up with care and that’s evident from its striking visuals. The first half of the film is good, but the second half sometimes makes you feel bored. The script has nothing new to offer and the story is way too boring.
Watch Or Not:
You can watch it once!