Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain – Movie Review
Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain – Even ordinary people can have extraordinary love stories…
Romance is ageless. Besides good physique and charming face there’s a lot more involved in love. Whether it’s a love marriage or a marriage that stands on fine elements of care, nurture and feelings, the bottom-line is to care and let the significant one know how much one loves them. Harish Vyas has bring a team of wonderful actors in his latest venture titled Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain. The film features Sanjay Mishra, Ekavali Khanna and Shivani Raghuvanshi in main leads who are supported by Pankaj Tripathi and Brijendra Kala. With an able cast like this Harish planned to come out with a common person’s love story lost in day to day chores and suppressed by responsibilities. Let’s see what Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain has in store for its viewers.
Trailer: Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain
Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain revolves around Yashwant Batra who is married to Kiran Batra and in the last 24 years of their marriage has never expressed his feelings towards his wife. The reason behind his inadequacy to express his love is the fact that he never thought love could be a feeling that ever existed in his relationship with his wife. Yash always fulfilled his duties and responsibilities ably, and to him that’s how love can be defined. One day Yashwant and Kiran decide to part ways and what happens next is what Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain is all about. It’s about late blossoming of love.
Sanjay Mishra gives a very unusual performance; no one would have ever imagined him in such a character. Being an able actor who has done some phenomenal work in the past, Mishra performs his role very sensibly and smartly. Although at places, Mishra seems misfit in the character that’s probably because of the image which he has based on his previous films. Ekavali Khanna is first rate. She impresses in every scene, whether she’s given lines to speak or not, she makes sure audience notice her expressions. Ekavali is one of the finest actresses hands down. Pankaj Tripathi is effective and Brijendra Kala is as always adorable and charming.
Shivani Raghuvanshi is good but Anshuman Jha needs t work really hard on him as a natural actor.
The music of Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain is pleasantly unusual sort, it reminds of the 80’s and 70’s music. Songs are soothing, classical and feel-good kind. Piya Mo Se Rooth Gaye, Tera hua main jab se and Gori So Sej Pe are a few to name.
Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, it’s a film for mature audience; those who have gone through similar situations in lives or have witnessed such people who are still found in our society where instant messaging and fast paced lifestyle are very much popular. A few scenes are brilliantly directed and performed; it needed a mature team to pull off those acts.
It’s a huge gamble by Harish as mainstream audience (read: younger generation) will not be able to associate with Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain, story and concept – for most it can fall under the category of a “Boring Film”. But as a cinematic experience based on performances, music, dialogues and message Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain is a good time-pass.
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