Laapataa Ladies Movie review

Laapataa Ladies Movie review

Laapataa Ladies Movie review

The problems of women and many films have been made so far in Patriyaki. Above all, female directors have discussed many times from their films on the condition and direction of women, but director Kiran Rao in his film “Lapat Ladies” has a disturbing thought, gender inequality, education, dowry system, self -sufficiency, all these Problems such as domestic violence, inferiority increases the pro layer. The quality of his film is that not only takes away the problems related to women, but also tries to solve them and this also in a cheerful way.

Story of ‘Missing Ladies’

The background of the story belongs to the rural area of ​​about two decades, which comes from the imagination Nirmal Pradesh in Madhya Pradesh. DeePak (Sparsh Srivastava) has come to make his new marriage flower (Nitanshi Goyal). If the wedding climate is in full swing, the new brides are seen everywhere with veils in the red joints. The train on which Deepak and flowers rise, there is another wedding. The turn in the story comes when Deepk returns home and learns that his girlfriend has changed. The bride of another person (Pratabha Ranta) brought home with a long confusion of the veil.

The flowers somehow protect themselves from going to another boyfriend’s house and remain at the station. Here the lamp is looking for the flower aloud and goes to the police station and presents a relationship with Daroga (Ravi Kishan), then Pushpa’s husband hosts a relationship to steal the jewels in Pushpa there. In the investigations, the suspect of the police that Pushpa is part of a gang. Is Pushpa involved in a crime? Can you find your flower? Once found, will the brides be able to reach their destination? You will get the answers to all these questions after watching the movie.

Laapataa Ladies Movie review

Kiran, who directed the film as  ‘Dhobi Ghat’, raised many problems through his film, but did not allow the film to be prey anywhere. The veil with which the bride has changed, also unites the powerful thought in a certain sense and at this point establishes the mood of the film. There are many female characters in the rural scenario and through each character identify a problem, just as the illiterate flowers are happy to marry, but while staying at the station, discover their ability to cook and become self -sufficient. On the other side there is Pushpa, who wants to read something else. Manju (Chhaya Kadam), who manages a tea shop at the station, has decided to live her life alone denying domestic violence and Nakara’s husband. The sister -in -Law of Deepak is the character of a woman who has spent a drawing of a husband who lives at a long time.

Laapataa Ladies Movie review

Kirane also deeply Sarcanta that the “dignified girl” of society is the greatest fraud, because I could never question this tamula. But Kirand’s quality is that the film is not heavy with so many problems. It has a lot of fun. He laughs, cries. The film emphasizes women in the thought of realizing their dreams together with women who are self -sufficient.

‘Missing Ladies ‘ Hand writing is quite interesting. The story of Biplav Goswami, the screenplay of Sneha Desai and Divya Nidhi Sharma are flashing. The casting is another strong side of the film, which Romil modes has played well. The director of photography Naulakha carried out a competent job. Speaking of music, the composer Ram Sampat gave music to adapt to the topic.

The strong side of the artists acts as a gold honeymoon. The main cast of Nitanshi Goyal, Sparsh Srivastava and Pratabha Ranta played on the small screen, but these artists, who debuted on the big screen of the film, lived very magnificently with their important characters. Like Fiore, Nitanshi has maintained innocence and naivety, then talent in his acute and rebellious style

 

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