KALANK Review: Nothing can stop Alia Bhatt

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Kalank Review: A Revision many Iconic of Films of Indian Cinema 


Kalank is here.  A magnificent set, a visual treat, hidden emotions, and the inputs of the caste was well witnessed in the film. This multi-starrer film Kalank had one of the amazing blends of drama, action and lots of emotions. However, writer-director Abhishek Varman keeps the propensity for excess largely contained within a tight structure of the scene, which ensures that even in its less-than-perfect moments the film does not come ordinary. The film was carried well for several reasons from the designing and hard work by the production team.

Story and Music

The film had various iconic scenes resembling to the glorious evergreen films like DDLJ, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam be it the establishing shot or train touch of Kajol and Shahrukh. The film turned out to be a little monotonous in the second half but the story of tantalizing love keeps it going. There were many heart-wrenching moments which makes your emotions question the existence of the scene in real life. You want desperately to get up close and personal with the characters on the screen, feel their pulse, hear their breath, and gain a deeper sense of their presence and sorrows, but the film’s overwhelming gloss becomes an encumbrance.

Also, the caste had their unique occupying space in the film and the audience’s mind as well. The clause to the film would be the instead of being a multi starrer each of the castes added their own flavor may be Aditya Roy Kapoor found Drinking here in this film also was a holdback catch for the audience. The songs of the film were more into meaning not really trendsetting. The film was jeweled by strong and hard-hitting dialogues which fluctuated in the delivery at moments. This film was an unapologetic resonance of contemporary love and reconciliation in a time of embankment to truth or emotions.  We rate it 3 stars.