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Movie Genres: Biography, Crime, Thriller
Movie Language Is: Hindi
Movie Quality Is: DVDRip
Director Is: Apoorva Lakhia
Writers: Suresh Nair
Movie Cast Is: Shraddha Kapoor, Ankur Bhatia, Siddhant Kapoor
In 2007 arrest warrant has been issued against Haseena Parkar following which she is missing. She surrenders herself to the court on the day of the hearing. Haseena is accused of extortion money from builder and looking after the illegal business of her brother settled in Dubai, several allegations are made against which Haseena denies being part of. As no witness turns up against Haseena she is granted bail by the judge.
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A leaden-footed gangster flick that barely skims the surface of the done- to-death Mumbai underworld and the story of its notorious Kaskar clan, Haseena Parkar is bereft of frisson and focus. It crafts a morally dodgy portrait of the ‘godmother’ of Nagpada, Dawood Ibrahim’s tough-minded sibling who ran the dreaded mafia don’s crime syndicate by proxy in the 1990s and the nineties without ever being brought to book. It falls off the deep end in the process. Shraddha Kapoor, for whom this is meant to be a career-altering outing, bites off more than she can chew. When she delivers her vapid lines, it is hard to tell whether she is biting or chewing. Seeking to convey menace and power via a darkened skin tone, puffed-up cheeks and prosthetic enhancements around her jaw, she hisses and growls to no effect, making rather heavy weather of carrying the flimsy film on her shoulders.
I have a few questions for people who made this film (actors, director etc). Have you guys seen movies like satya and company? Either try to show the reality or show drama. Show the reality and let that create drama. Also, Shraddha’s dialogue delivery in the court scenes, is similar to Amitabh Bachhan’s in Agneepath, which is ridiculous, cause agneepath was not based on true story and it was made in the 90s. Siddhant kapoor, please find a different profession.
Why shraddha kapoor?!!…why her..why not vidya balan or someone else.she totally acted like a dead woman with no expression on her face.the only thing which is relevant to the real life character is the makeup on her face. The screenplay was very bad and the dialogue delivery is very slow that you will sleep halfway through the movie.the background music is okay but similar to every other gangster movie out there. The only reason i have given 2 stars instead of 1 star is the story.if anurag kashyap would have directed it.this movie could would have been a masterpiece like gangs of waseypur. Overall this movie is very boring and the story narration was very bad and outdated.
Where the movie begins with a courtroom drama with flashback versions of the main story. Right from the first scene, the entire courtroom drama is jarring, clichéd and baseless. The lawyer despite of not having a single witness keeps arguing for hours and screams on top of her voice. These scenes are worst scenes of the film where a courtroom drama seems like a TV news channel’s breaking story. There are some light moments related to Ankur Bhatia which fails to go with the flow of the film. Siddhant Kapoor’s entry into crime world is shown in flashes and it’s left on the audience to remember his character from all the movies we have seen in the past (Shootout At Wadala, Once Upon A Time In Mumbai, etc). The story fails to grab your attention and keeps wobbling at every level. Ankur’s assignation scenes, police interrogating Shraddha, Shraddha’s humiliation, her son’s track and such scenes are forcefully stretched to the fullest only to make you feel the pain of her character. The second half starts with the super slow narration. The pace of the film suddenly drops as Shraddha starts aging. It was tough to decide that what was more lethargic – her dialogue delivery, background music or the minimal screenplay happenings. The transformation part was all of sudden and lacked the conviction factor. Shraddha’s family members get happy when she fires someone or tries to show her power. On the positive side, Siddhant’s fight scene along with his initial bonding scenes with Shraddha are decent among the worst. The transformation of Shraddha, from a naive girl to a powerful one is bit interesting. Besides, these few tiny scenes there is nothing much worth cherishing in this over glorified drama. The dialogues are horrible. There is a scene in which a goon tells to a prostitute ‘Agar main Tamara Saab baat manga, to tum Mari izzat karna band kar dogi’. Well, that’s the caliber and the mind- set of this film. The cinematography is decent and has nothing much to boast.