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08 Mar, 2013 1 hr 02 mins U/A
Sagari Venkata, Sampada Harkara, Iantha
Sagari Venkata, Sampada Harkara, Iantha
Shital Morjaria
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Synopsis
Three girls — Nidhi, (Sampada) Vaijayanthi (Sagari) and Trisha (Iantha) — meet for a film appreciation course and become friends. Each girl has a story to tell. The underlying emotions of fears, desires, aspirations and well kept secrets are a part of their stories.
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Story : Three girls — Nidhi, (Sampada) Vaijayanthi (Sagari) and Trisha (Iantha) — meet for a film appreciation course and become friends. Each girl has a story to tell. The underlying emotions of fears, desires, aspirations and well kept secrets are a part of their stories.
Movie Review : It's an experimental chick flick that has nothing to do with men. The men - two helpless father characters, an uncle figure, a boy friend who gets dumped and a juvenile chai walla - are just side kicks in the scheme of things. The showstoppers are three girl friends - Nidhi, Vaijayanthi and Trisha.
Vijayanthi dreams of becoming a documentary filmmaker but is sandwiched in between an overprotective father and a domineering boy friend, both of whom don't approve of her love for cinema. But she enrolls for a month long film appreciation course without their knowledge.
The bespectacled Nidhi, is a moody child of a single mother who's fighting some demons about her sexuality. She keeps calling somebody from a coin box in the college. Trisha is a hyperactive 21-year-old sleepwalker who's in a hurry to get married to her boyfriend. She loses at a very young age and it leaves an indelible impression on her psyche.
The trio bond over random conversations ranging from sanitary napkins, homosexuality, food, cinema etc and turn into thick friends, helping each overcome their fears, anxieties and insecurities. The conversations are easily the best part of the movie, for it has little else to offer.
The content is fresh but the product is a little too rudimentary. Though the charm of the movie lies in its amateurishness, there are issues on the cinema front. The conversations are quirky but the writing could have been sharper.
The three leading ladies save the day with their spunk. Trish steals the show with her effervescence, while Nidhi and Vaijayanthi also impress. The camera work was pretty neat as well.
With a duration of a little over an hour, it ends up feeling a long short film. While it's refreshingly engaging in parts, it falls short of dishing out a cinema experience. It looks and feels like a movie made with the sensibility of a TV documentary.

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