Bollywood has lately developed beyond its staple structure and is adding several artistically bold themes to the cinema. Here get the details about Gehraiyaan Review..
Gehraiyaan is one of those additions. The movie got hyped due to its casting and trailer. However, after it got released, Gehraiyaan received heavy criticism from viewers.
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In this article, we shall talk about some special eccentric moves that Gehraiyaan brought to the Bollywood industry.
The Movie Plot
Gehraiyaan revolves around the story of Alisha, played by Deepika Padukon, struggling to make ends meet. She runs a yoga center and is trying to get funding for her yoga app. She lives with her boyfriend, who’s currently unemployed.
The movie starts with Alisha’s flashback, where she is seen to be playing with her cousin Tia, played by Ananya Pandey. There’s an apparent difference in status between Tia and Alisha.
When Alisha meets Tia’s boyfriend Zain, played by Siddhant Chaturvedi, a lustful romance quickly sparks up.
Another part of the movie shows Alisha’s father, played by Nasiruddin Shah. There’s an apparent feud between the father-daughter duo and Alisha deeply misses her deceased mother.
The movie proceeds with this unstoppable romantic connection, the contrasts between lives and how Alisha gets over her past but falls victim to another reality that she now has to hide for the rest of her life.
What Stands Out?
Firstly, the cast of the movie has been selected quite carefully. It somehow fits the plot too suitably.
This A-list cast did justice to their characters. And to everyone’s surprise, we are talking about Ananya Pandey too!
Now, coming to the reasons why you need to watch Gehraiyaan—
It is a breath of fresh air, for starters.
After watching the trailer, I decided not to watch the movie. I was simply trying to avoid the glorification of the avant-garde broken society with filthy rich, promiscuous individuals.
But I was forced to watch Gehraiyaan as the only available entertainment on a Saturday evening.
To my surprise, the trailer was a hoax.
Yes, they are filthy rich and promiscuous. But no, the movie did not glorify promiscuity.
Gehraiyaan can make you feel penniless, but that’s only if you focus on the riches.
Once you get over Zain’s yacht, you can discover the eccentricities of Gehraiyaan. The movie had plenty of twists and turns in the plot.
The movie represents a strong woman with a distorted past. A past that was kept from her by her father for the sake of protection. It shows the ravages of promiscuity and how unfaithfulness can break people, shake their foundation right from the base.
However, the fresh part of the movie is that it forgives the woman and kills the man. Something that we don’t get to see on Bollywood screens.
The ending forgives Alisha for promiscuity, but not ignorance.
The burden of misunderstanding her father for most of her life would linger her life forever as she’d probably struggle with the crime she committed. She will spend the rest of her life hiding a truth just like her father did for her sake.
Unraveling one past just created another one for Alisha. This reminds us of the very essence of modern society. The more we try to break from our old patterns, thoughts, ideas and stereotypes, we just end up replacing them with another.
This modern society portrayal can be your only reason if you want to watch Gehraiyaan.
The movie, with its constant lingering loneliness, again paints modern society full of voids and distant humans. We are closer to one another than we can imagine, and at times we are farther than we seem.
If you still don’t like Gehraiyaan, we can understand. However, we’d still suggest the ones who didn’t watch it yet give it a try.
As an ending note, Gehraiyaan was a movie that moved from being overrated to underrated. The trailer and music videos got overhyped. But the movie did not receive enough appreciation after its release.
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