Miss Lovely Movie Review

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First things first, this is not for you if you are looking for entertainment! Definitely this is for you if you are looking for meaningful cinema which has some real stuff to show and shock you as well!

Directed by Ashim Ahluwalia, Miss Lovely depicts the interims of C Grade (horror & Porn) films and the crime world with all the minute details. The plot explores the intense and mutually destructive relationship between younger sibling Sonu Duggal, played by Nawazuddin Siddiqui, and his elder brother, Vicky (Anil George). Sonu finds himself drawn to a mysterious young woman named Pinky (Niharika Singh) eventually leading to his downfall.

The narrative style of the film is a mix of many things, a part thriller, a part love-story, a bit of melodrama and portrayed in a documentary manner. Period costumes and a brilliant production design takes this film to an altogether new levels.

Now we come to the core or the heart of the film, performances. Never in an Indian film have I seen such real and genuine performances. Nawazuddin has understood his part so well that he just slips into the character. Not even in a single scene you think that this guy is Nawazuddin, he is Sonu. Period. Both other leads, Anil George and Niharika Singh portray brilliance, there is no acting. They just play the part and bring the character alive on screen.

The director, Ashim Ahluwalia has actually spent years in C Grade film industry doing his secret research and it totally reflects in the film. This guy has depicted the nuances of that shady n sleazy industry as realistically as possible. No wonder that the film has garnered critical acclaim all over the world and it takes two years after completion to release it in India.

I give it 4 Shor out of 5 Shor!

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