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Tuesday, 24 September 2013

‘The Lunchbox’ Movie Review 2013

 ‘The Lunchbox’ Movie Review 2013
Rating : 3.5/5
Released On : 2013-09-20
Banner : UTV Motion Pictures, Dharma Productions, DAR Motion Pictures, Sikhya Entertainment
Casting : Irrfan Khan, Nimrat Kaur, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Nakul Vaid, Bharti Achrekar, Denzil Smith and others
Music : Max Richter
Producer(s) : Guneet Monga, Anurag Kashyap, Arun Rangachari
Director : Ritesh Batra

Movie Story:
Ila (Nimrat) is a young housewife who wants to show her feelings to her husband (Nakul) and she does this by writing a handwritten letter and putting it in the lunch box. But her attempts don’t show any impact. Just when everything seems to be falling off, Ila’s letter lands by mistake in the hands of an unassuming and simple Saajan (Irrfan Khan). How life changes turns from there forms the rest of the story.

There is a general perception that Indian cinema has come down in terms of quality content and the focus is more on coming up with commercial potboilers because box office numbers are important. But it may not be the entire truth. There is a still an ocean of talent which believes in their ideas and coming up with high quality movies. This is one such project. With a timid focus on relationships and how a wrong move can take a right direction in life, the director has woven this movie beautifully. The dialogues are sensible, the script might sound irrational but is convincing, the screenplay is astounding. Background score adds the feel of juice and cinematography was marvelous. Editing was professional. Costumes and art department are realistic. The big pie comes from acting department. Irrfan Khan steals the show with his attention and keeps the proceedings sharp. Nimrat Kaur was equally good and made her presence felt. Nawazuddin Siddiqui was impeccable. Nakul Vaid was natural. Lilette Dubey was entertaining. The first half of the film deals with the layering of the plot and the second half deals with the twists and turns. Overall, this is a film which has the right ingredients to strike a chord with the lovers of cinema. At the box office, this is going to be a wonderful treat. - indiabells

My Review: Touching yet entertaining, don’t miss it!

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