Dobaaraa' review:Tapsee Pannu's latest is one of the most engaging films of the year

Dobaaraa' review : Most engaging movies of the year

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Anurag Kashyap's new film' Dobaaraa' featuring Taapsee Pannu in the lead, has such a sophisticated, bending story that it noway lets the Viewers 's attention slip. An sanctioned remake of the Spanish film' Mirage',' Dobaaraa' stays true to the original story but Indianises it to suit the audience back home. The result is a engaging watch. 

What's the film about? Dobaaraa film explanatio

The film dives straight into the plot. 12- year-old Anay( Arrian Sawant) is killed one stormy night in Pune in 1996 after witnessing his coming- door neighbour( Saswat Chatterjee) murder his wife. 26 years latterly, Antara( Taapsee Pannu) moves into Anay's house as the new owner with her hubby Vikas( Rahul Bhatt) and daughter. On a analogous stormy night, Antara manages to communicate with Anay via an old television set and saves his life but the coming morning when she wakes up, she finds her reality altered. Her husband is married to someone differently, her daughter doesn't live and she has no recollection of her present life as a successful surgeon. 

Dobaaraa movie review: It’s a shocker from Anurag Kashyap, Taapsee Pannu

Written by Nihit Bhave, the film introduces the conception of time travel and parallel universe. With anon-linear narrative, the film demands your unremitting attention all throught with multiple twists and turns. A little over two hours long,' Dobaaraa' narrative noway misses a beat and keeps the observers hooked throughout. 

Anurag Kashyap is known to claw deep into his movies that are also social commentaries but' Dobaaraa' seems like one out in this regard which is a good thing, as the film sticks to the main plot which is concentrated and twisted and noway tries to divert the attention of the audience with any other' frills'. The script is so tense that you do not maybe need any diversion. 

Taapsee Pannu- Anurag Kashyap — a winning duo 

This is Taapsee Pannu and Anurag Kashyap's another film together as actor- director. The brace clearly complements and brings the best out of each other. Their last film together,' Manmarziyaan' was strikingly different from' Dobaaraa' but the duo exceed in the thriller genre well. Taapsee's character is complex and she delivers a nuanced performance. The film reunites her with her' Thappad'co-star Pavail Gulati, who delivers a subdued performance. Actor Rahul Bhatt's performance as the tired husband is also estimable. 
Bollywood has narrated stories of time trip before and not all have been believable.' Dobaaraa', still, excels in creating a presumptive theory of alternate universe and time travel. The story remains true to its title indeed;' Dobaaraa' in Hindi means' formerly again' as well as 12 past 2- the time is significant to the plot. 

Kashyap's unique, dry style of humour is apparent in a many scenes which give entertainment amid a tense plot. The film has two songs which feel gratuitous in a tense plot which anyway has so important going for it. 
For those who have scarfed at Bollywood's attempt at making sci- fi films,' Dobaaraa' provides a wholesome sci- fi suspenser which engages the audience and keeps it guessing till the end with multiple plot twists. Hollywood in the recent history has introduced the conception of multiverse in some of its movies. Unlike the west,' Dobaaraa' doesn't calculate on VFX, but on credible writing and performances. Do not miss it. It's truly one of the most engaging films of the year. 

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