Sherni is scripted and directed by Amit Masurkar Amit Masurkar is a film director, who mainly works >> Read More... . It is co-scripted by Aastha Tiku. The dialogues are by Amit Masurkar and Yashasvi Mishra. The film has Vidya Balan Vidya Balan is an award winning Bollywood actress >> Read More... in the lead role. Mukul Chadda Mukul Chadda is an Indian movie actor who has also >> Read More... , Vijay Raaz Vijay Raaz (Born: 5th June 1963) is an Indian film >> Read More... , Neeraj Kabi Neeraj is an actor, trainer and director. He was t >> Read More... , Ashwini Ladekar Ashwini Ladekar is an Indian actress, television p >> Read More... , Rajesh Bonik, Sharat Saxena Sharat Saxena was born on 17th August 1950 in Satn >> Read More... , Ila Arun Ila Arun is of the star sign Pisces being born on >> Read More... , Brijendra Kala Born in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, Brijendra Kala is >> Read More... , Satyakam Anand, Mukesh Prajapati Mukesh Prajapati is an Indian actor and theatre ar >> Read More... , Rohit Modi, Ram Rawat, and Shivanshu Mehta. The BGM is by Benedict Taylor Benedict Taylor is a notable British experimental >> Read More... and Naren Chandavarkar Naren Chandavarkar is a music composer. Originally >> Read More... . The songs are by Bandish Projekt and Utkarsh Dhotekar Known best for the music score of Lapachhapi, Utka >> Read More... . Rakesh Haridas cranked the camera. Dipika Karla edited the film. Bhushan Kumar Bhushan Kumar was born on 27 November in 1977 in D >> Read More... , Krishan Kumar, Vikram Malhotra Vikram Malhotra is a producer, Chief Executive Off >> Read More... , and Amit Masurkar produced the film.
Vidya Vincent is a Divisional Forest Officer. Nearing a decade of experience, she is getting a duty in Bijaspur forests. As she didn’t get any promotion, she is fed up with the job, and she speaks about this to her husband, Pawan, in a video chat. But, Pawan couldn’t ask her to quit her job, as he doesn’t know how long he could continue his job. She is much worried and left alone in a male-dominated job. Soon, the forest department identifies T12, a tigress hunting people and farm animals. Although the people had witnessed tigers passing through the fields many times, hunting the lives makes them shiver. Vidya’s senior officers want the problem to be solved soon. She wants to capture the tigress alive. Hassan Noorani, a Zoology professor, supports Vidya. A few villagers are ready to help Vidya in this. What happened next? Did they catch the tigress alive? The rest of the film deals with it.
Vidya has given a fantastic performance as ever. Satyakam Anand has also given a notable performance in the limited time. Vijay Raaz, Sharat Saxena, Neeraj Kabi, and Brijendra Kala, did a good job.
Whether a story is simple or complicated, it becomes lively only with narration. Amit Masurkar has done an excellent job. His screenplay, direction, and dialogues are appreciable. The BGM is fantastic, and it makes us feel as if we are in the middle of the woods. There is only one song in the film, and that is a good composition. The cinematography is awesome. The cinematographer had made us travel through the forest with his beautiful capture. Everything is added beautifully, from the tiny chirping sound to the huge roar - a good effort by the sound department. Similarly, the VFX works are fantabulous. When the animal approaches near, we feel that it is the real tiger and could never think it is a digital creation. When we hear the dialogue about the tigers watching us all around while we enter the forest, but we couldn’t witness them, we will surely get caught with fear.
What’s Not There?
Unlike regular movies, Sherni comes with a unique plot, performance, and direction. With the beautiful visuals and sound effects, the movie audience gets a good feel. Sherni – watchable!