Manto is a biopic, directed by Nandita Das Nandita Das is an actress and director extremely p >> Read More... . The movie is impressed by the life history of a short story writer named Saadat Hasan Manto. Nawazuddin Siddiqui Nawazuddin Siddiqui was born in Budhana in Muzaffa >> Read More... , Rasika Dugal Rasika Dugal is an Indian actress, who predominant >> Read More... , Rishi Kapoor Rishi Kapoor is an actor born in the prominent Kap >> Read More... , Rajshri Deshpande Rajshri Deshpande is an Indian actress. She was a >> Read More... , Ila Arun Ila Arun is of the star sign Pisces being born on >> Read More... , Tahir Raj Bhasin Tahir Raj Bhasin Is an Indian actor. He is a good >> Read More... , Divya Dutta Divya Dutta was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India >> Read More... and Shashank Arora Shashank arora deservingly famed personality was b >> Read More... are in the star cast. Kartik Vijay Kartik Vijay is an Indian television, and film cin >> Read More... cranked the camera. Rita Ghosh is the production designer.
The film has some interesting incidents that happened in the life of Saadat Hasan Manto. The life of a writer is well defined. Watch the film in the theaters.
With the actors like Nawazuddin Siddiqui, we need not speak about the performance. Nawazuddin has portrayed the real-life character excellently well. The rest of the stars had done their job pretty well.
Nandita had proved a lot of times her talents in all the fields and with this movie, she once again proved her directorial talents. She had sculptured the film with a lot of care. Nandita’s writing is impressive. Nandita tried to tell the story from Manto’s side. She had brought in the partition of India and Pakistan, religious issues, the different mindset of the people and many more. Her cast selection is good. The production designer should definitely be appreciated for the sets and the backdrops. He has created the pre-independence era excellently well. The cinematography by Kartik needs appreciation.
What’s Not There?
Although Manto is a biopic, Nandita tried to make it naturally and impressively. The film might not attract the people, who love to watch the commercial cinema but would welcome the audiences, who enjoy performance-oriented films. Manto – watch-worthy!