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When one desires to touch the Mt. Everest then it is a measurement of excellence. Is this Poorna, the movie directed by Rahul Bose, in a nutshell? Read the review to know more about the movie.
Poorna is the heart-touching story of a young tribal girl (aged1 13) from Telangana, Poorna Malavath who after realizing her true potential, climbed the tall Mt. Everest in 2014. Well, the icing on the cake is that she is the youngest to climb the tall Mt. Everest.
Nowadays its heartening to see newcomers understanding the depth of their roles and playing it with ease. Aditi Inamdar, who debuts with this film, sparkles as the innocent Poorna.S Mariya, who essays the role of her cousin, has also done a great job and one to watch out for. Mariya is also a newbie to acting. The scenes in which Inamdar and Bose share screenspace deserve special mention. Rahul Bose in his role of the mentor of Poorna, Praveen Kumar, delivers a convincing performance. The supporting cast including Harshan Vardhan and Dhrtiman Chatterjee have done a great job but they have only less screesnpace.
Poorna is the second directorial endeavor of the talented Rahul Bose, who takes the seat of director after 15 years (his first venture was Everybody Says I’m Fine). He should be appreciated for bringing the story of a real life hero that many of us are unheard of. Also, Bose is at his comfort level in directing as he is with acting.
Overcoming one’s fears is the greatest challenge and this is dealt with in an appreciable manner in Poorna.
The first half of Poorna is splendid.
The music by Salim Sulaiman is commendable and gels well with the tempo of the film.
The movie doesn’t depend on exaggeration and its simplicity adds value to it.
The movie has various aspects that are inspiring. Subhransu’s cinematography is extremely good.
The movie takes up several social issues.
What’s not there?
The movie looks stereotyped at some places.
Such stories should be inspirational and Poorna emerges a winner in finding a steady place in the minds of the audiences.
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