Directed by – Sriram Raghavan
Produced by – Viacom 18 Movement Footage, Matchbox Footage
Written by – Sriram Raghavan, Arijit Biswas, Pooja Ladha Surti, Yogesh Chandekar
Music by – Amit Trivedi, Raftaar, Girish Nakod
Cinematography – Ok. U. Mohanan
Edited by – Pooja Ladha Surti
Manufacturing firm – Viacom 18 Movement Footage, Matchbox Footage
Film Plot – Aakash (Ayushmann Khurrana) is a Pune based mostly blind pianist who’s desperately attempting to finish a tune. He’s additionally pissed off with the expectations of individuals round him who’re stereotypical sufficient to suppose that incapacity sharpens a inventive thoughts so he can simply wrap up that melody. Aakash additionally meets a woman named Sophie (Radhika Apte) who’s the daughter of a preferred membership proprietor and is unmoved by his wrestle. She tells Aakash that it’s incompleteness which supplies sure issues their end.
Coming to the opposite aspect we meet Simi (Tabu) a glamorous girl dwelling within the posher quarter of the metropolis along with her rich husband Pramod Sinha (Anil Dhawan) who’s a forgotten Hindi movie star. Simi’s intention is to discover a profession within the movie business with the assistance of Pramod’s connection.
It’s from these two unconnected strands the director Sriram Raghavan has tried to weave a black comedy which leaves you breathless and is breathtaking on the identical time.
Film Assessment – Boasting of good plot and extraordinary screenplay, Andhadhun has a fastidiously crafted narrative. There are audacious characters and fixed twists and turns which retains you riveted all through the film. The primary half has palpitating pressure and suspense weaved in traditional comedy fashion whereas the second half as compared has a chaotic construct up. However, the spectacular climax has compensated for it.
Coming to the characters of the film, we are able to say this movie belongs to Ayushmann Khurrana who has not even as soon as stumbled in taking part in blind all through the film. Tabu has additionally given one of many best performances of her profession in Andhadhun. She has effortlessly displayed her chameleonic expertise in performing as she seems comfortable whereas taking part in a girl of many faces. Apte additionally had established her versatility in Andhadhun.
Our verdict – There are such weird conditions occurring in each 5 minutes you could’t take your eyes off all through the film. After watching Andhadhun you aren’t going to see the piano as simply one other instrument. This nerve-racking story of crime and deceit is a should watch this weekend!.