HASEEN DILRUBA Verdict: SEMI-HIT
Initial release: 2 July 2021
Songs: Amit Trivedi
Streaming Platform: Netflix
- Taapsee Pannu as Rani Kashyap
- Vikrant Massey as Rishabh Saxena “Rishu”
- Harshvardhan Rane as Neel Tripathi
- Aditya Srivastava as Inspector Kishore Rawat
- Ashish Verma as Afzar
- Yamini Das as Lata
- Daya Shankar Pandey as Brijraj Saxena
- Alka Kaushal as Mrs. Kashyap
- Amit Singh Thakur as Mr. Kashyap
- Puja Sarup as Beena Masi
- Atul Tiwari as Senior Inspector
- Deepesh Jagdish as Navrangi
Haseen Dilruba is a 2021 hindi mystery thriller movie streaming on Netflix since 2 July, 2021. It is directed by Vinil Mathew and jointly produced by Aanand L. Rai, Himanshu Sharma, Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar. The lead role includes Taapsee Pannu, Vikrant Massey and Harshvardhan Rane.
The story of the movie is undoubtedly dark, intense and engaging. Also, the writer, Kanika Dhillon take us into the starkly different worlds of Rani and Rishu that has the simplicity and relatability of a small town. In addition to it, the screenplay is good and makes the movie quite engaging, entertaining and unpredictable for the most part, as we see the lead characters go through their journey of love, lust and desires. There might be a point where you’d have cracked the plot, but that won’t be a big spoiler.
Furthermore, Director has done a nice job and has engaged the audience into the movie very intriguingly. He has also showed the uniqueness of each character in the movie which is a nice thing. Dialogues are both intense and colourful. In addition music (Amit Trivedi) and cinematography (Jayakrishna Gummadi) compliment the film’s contrasting tone.
In conclusion, Tapsee Pannu has done a nice job and plays her role effortlessly. Undoubtedly, She makes Rani look seductive and desirable with conviction and not at all distasteful. Similarly Vikrant Massey has acted very well and has showed the innocence of his character very nicely. However, Harshvardhan Rane does well within his limited scope for performance. Among the actors, at last Yamini Das brings good comic relief and innocence.
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