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a few years back, actress Vidya Balan’s film ‘Dirty Picture’ was released. He had a huge response from the audience. Vidya’s performance in the film, based on the life of a southern actress, was well received.
The story of the film was also loved by the audience. But, this time Richa ChaddaAll the actors have done a great job in terms of acting in the movie ‘Shakila’. But, the story of the film fails to hold on to the chair till the end.
That was not the case with ‘Dirty Picture’. Written and directed by Inderjit Lankesh, it is a biopic of southern superstar actress Shakila. The choice of actors for the various characters in the film is accurate
Shakila, a young woman from a small village, lost her father’s umbrella in her school life. There is no one to earn at home. Mother, a family of four younger sisters. My mother used to work as a junior artist in movies.
Shakila is also interested in acting. At school, she participates in plays. According to her mother, she entered the southern film world at a young age. She gets work in adult movies. But, what he is doing is not right; This is what Shakila feels. But, for the sake of Nila, she accepts the work. However, this decision has caused her to suffer physically and mentally.
After that, the director has tried to tell a simple story about her journey to becoming a superstar, the ban on her adult movies, the upheaval in society due to cinema. But, In telling this story, the directorial grip on the movie is not very visible.
The story of the film goes on in a molded manner. As a flashback, Shakila is telling her own story to a film writer. So that the filmmaker will write her character. But, why has Shakila put all this ghat in this letter? What is the reason behind making your own biopic? If you want to know this, you can watch a movie once.
The movie underlines the argument that watching Shakila’s films has increased the incidence of sexual harassment against women in the state. But in refuting these allegations, Shakila’s oral dialogue is pertinent and poignant.
They will not live without raising their eyebrows. Richa Chadda has done a great job in the role of Shakila. She has brought the simplicity and sexiness of the character to the screen accurately. In the role of a superstar in the movie
expressions and body language often convey a message inspired by the relevant scene on screen, even when there is no dialogue. The filming and compilation have been brilliant. The songs composed by Veer Samarth and Meet Brothers are also interesting.
But, if more work had been done on the story and screenplay of the movie, ‘Shakila’ would have been as effective as the film which is now looking like a documentary.