One of the most awaited films of Anurag Kashyap Dobaaraa has hit the theatre. Meanwhile, Boycott Dobaaraa is trending because of Anurag and Tapsee’s controversial statements. Here is a review of Tapsee Starrer Dobaara.
About the Story
In 1996, in a colony in Pune’s Hinjewadi, Aney (Aarrian Sawant) is killed by a speeding vehicle. Aney has a penchant for making home movies and a morbid curiosity to investigate strange noises in his neighbour’s bungalow, even in the midst of a storm.Antara (Taapsee Pannu), her husband (Rahul Bhatt) and daughter Avanti have moved into the same house. They learn about the tragedy from their dinner guest, who was Aney’s childhood buddy. The old TV (still lying around the house!) turns into a portal through which Antara finds herself able to communicate with Aney. Soon enough, Antara finds herself facing a crisis, with only a police officer (Pavail Gulati) willing to believe her bizarre time travel story.
Taapsee Pannu looks suitably bewildered and harried. The only other actor who has enough of a role to match her is Gulati. Saswata Chatterjee appears in a role that could have been done by any actor. You some time may feel boring, isn't always electrifying, but it is consistently entertaining and engaging. It blends the fallout of the space-time continuum gone awry with the far simpler conventions of a crime thriller.
The film is directed by Anurag Kashyap and produced by Shobha Kapoor and Ektaa R. Kapoor and Sunir Kheterpal and Gaurav Bose.The new-age thriller reunites Tapsee and Anurag for the third time. With Dobaaraa the hit Jodi of Taapsee and Pavel Gulati will be seen again after the success of 'Thappad'.' Dobaaraa is the first film under Balaji Motion Pictures' new wing Cult Movies.