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Phir Ussi Mod Par is scripted and directed by Lekh Tandon and this is the final venture of the late filmmaker. Avant-garde Motion Picture bankrolled the project. The film had already been premiered in Berlin International Film Festival. Kanika Bajpai, Nadira Zaheer Babbar, Kanwaljit Singh, Govind Namdev, Parmeet Sethi, Jividha, Shikha Iktaan, SM Zaheer, Smita Jaykar, Vineeta Malik, Rajeev Verma, Haider Ali, Sanjay Sharma, Brij Bhooshan Sahani and Siddhaarth Mahan are in the star cast. KMPL production bankrolled the project. Shankar Jaikishan, Trinetra Bajpai, Agnel and Faizan composed the music. Jahangir Chaudhary cranked the camera and the editing is by Awadh Narayan Singh.
Shahid and Naaz are husband and wife. Naaz is pregnant. Due to some opinion indifference between them, Shahid gives her Triple Talaq. Naaz, who couldn’t bear this tries to commit suicide. But, Rasheed saves her and marries her. But, she had to witness the same situation, some years later. She doesn’t want to leave it as such and raises her voice against the instant talaq. Did she succeed against the instant divorce? Watch the film to know the rest of the story!
The stars have performed to the given roles.
The film deals with a most debated topic in recent times. Although the film comes with a different treatment and directed by the popular filmmaker, it has some odds too. As the cast is filled with TV actors, we couldn’t see it as a feature film, but a TV series. The characters are not much strong and hence the stars performed within the given roles. The film has a lot of songs with good lyrics. But, these many songs are unnecessary for the script. The dialogues are impressive and they add value to the film. Although the film speaks about how triple talaq affects women, they hadn’t shown enough scenes to prove it.
What’s Not There?
If the makers had strengthened the characters and the scenes to prove how women suffer, it would have been better. If you have no film to watch this weekend, you could try this!
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