Every actor brought their own uniqueness to their characters, but the unnecessary length of the movie, average cinematography, several loose ends and sloppy editing took away a lot from the actual storytelling process.
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Times of India
It’s a given that in today’s tough world, achieving your dreams does not comes easy. There are times you lose your loved ones, some cherished relationships, but on the way to achieve that you do realize your strengths and weaknesses. Pela Adhi Akshar too revolves around the same concept. In a fast paced world, where realizing your dreams can take away a lot from you, it is no less than a miracle when your closest relationship with friends and loved ones stands the test of time.
The movie revolves around six pivotal characters namely, Sunil (Aanshul Trivedi) a struggling director, Vishal (Parth Oza), a medical student, Prashant (Semal Bhatt) an entrepreneur, Zebra (Kaushal Shah) a web programmer, Sara (Bhakti Kubavat) a young dreamer and Pooja Puparel (Isha)a free spirited model. The movie starts with Sunil who is nervous on the day of his movie’s premier, and is narrating the entire story, from his point of view. While the story seems to be a classic concoction of several well-known movies that talks about love and friendship, the treatment lacks soul. Every actor brought their own uniqueness to their characters, but the unnecessary length of the movie, average cinematography, several loose ends and sloppy editing took away a lot from the actual storytelling process. Except for Maro Halo, the songs weren’t quite catchy. The overall background score, too lacked at many places, given that this is a romantic movie, the music was quite disappointing.
One thing that the new filmmakers and directors must learn is that editing and a crisp story can take their movie notches up. Although making a movie on one of the oldest tried and tested method could have been a sure shot success, there were many flawed aspects, because of which the audience gets easily distracted.