CAST & CREW
Darbaan is directed by Bipin Nadkarni Bipin Nadkarni is a film director in Indian Cinema >> Read More... . Yogesh Beldar produced the film along with Bipin Nadkarni. The movie has Sharib Hashmi Sharib Hashmi is a very popular Hindi film actor w >> Read More... , , Flora Saini Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , Rasika Dugal Rasika Dugal is an Indian actress, who predominant >> Read More... , Suneeta Sengupta "Suneeta Sengupta is a well-known name in the Beng >> Read More... , and Varun Sharma in important roles. Amartya Bobo Rahut composed the music and Amalendu Chaudhary cranked the camera. Jayant Jathar and Vandita Chakradeo edited the film.
Raicharan works under Naresh Tripathi, a mining magnate. Ankul is Tripathi’s son and he moves close with Raicharan. In a few years, due to some reasons, Tripathi becomes bankrupt. He moves to another city with his family. After a few years, Ankul, who had been close to Raicharan, visits him once again. He is now married and has children. He requests Raicharan to come with him and take care of his children. Raicharan happily goes with him. But, an unexpected incident made Ankul hate Raicharan. Watch the film to know about it.
Sharib did his best, once again and impressed the audience. His expressions are perfect and he fits in the role well, which has two different life stages. Sharad’s character is also impressive and he adds value to the script. Rasika is impressive too.
The film showcases the bonding between two people. Although the stars play perfectly, the narration seems to be in an old-style. That doesn’t mean it is boring. But, the second half should have been better. The director has done his job well by developing the characters well and showcased the scenes without any jerks. Cinematography and BGM are good. The production design is neat and the art director had perfectly made the 60s period well.
What’s Not There?
The film comes with good performances. Although there are no twists and the story is predictable, the film can be watched for the stars' excellence!
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