CAST & CREW
Simplicity has always been the X factor of all movies directed by Aziz Mirza. Chalte Chalte and Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman are some of the examples, and his new movie, KismatKonnection is no exception. Analysis The characters in this movie are quite relatable, and their problems are very similar to the ones we come across daily. Again, this movie is also not that heavy on one’s senses. It’s an interesting fare, which finds a way into one’s heart.
Plot: Raj is a young and brilliant architect, who always excelled in everything, from academics, sports to dramatics. Despite winning the trophy for best student, Raj is struggling to get an opportunity to prove his mettle. It seems that destiny is not befriending him in all his attempts. Most of the time when something good is about to happen, everything goes wrong. In order to get rid of the bad phase, Raj approaches Haseena Bano Jaan (essayed by Juhi Chawla). She tells him that he would soon get his lucky charm and that he should never let it go as it would bring him luck and success. Consequently, Raj meets Priya (essayed by VidyaBalan), who is an idealist. She is intent on converting the evil world into a place of humanity.
Analysis: Kismat Konnection is basically a love story, which viewers might find repetitive. The director has been successful in beautifully representing the lows and highs in a relationship. Even though there is less space for melodrama, Mirza could have cut short some trivial elaborate scenes.
What’s there? Something to watch out for is Shahid’s eye pleasing dance grooves in ‘Aayi Paapi’. Ahmed Khan’s choreography has worked well. Pritam Chakraborty ’s music and Binod Pradhan’s choreography will definitely take your breath away.
Star Performances: Shahid and Vidya’s pairing doesn’t make much of an impact, but the actors have acted it out completely natural. Both have acted without going overboard in many emotional scenes in the movie.
Verdict: Kismat Konnection is a film that exudes charm in a simple and special way.
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