3 STOREYS REVIEW – An Intriguing Thriller

3 Stories are three tales on various levels of the same chawl (a type of residential building found in India).They’re not precisely interconnected like Anurag Basu’s Life: In A Metro but rather the main thing normal between them is the chawl. To start with track rotates around how a businessperson Vilas Naik (Pulkit Samrat) paying special mind to a house in Mumbai, lands at Auntie Florie’s (Renuka Shahane) house. Presently, it’s not straightforward as it would seem that both of these characters have a backstory which has been uncovered as the time advances.

The second story is about a threadbare Bollywood couple of Varsha (Masumeh Makhija) and Shankar (Sharman Joshi). It’s about the destiny of their romantic tale and how they give each other span of one year to go and make it big in life. The third one is about a youthful couple in Suhel (Ankit Rathi) and Malini (Aisha Ahmed) and how their cast comes in the middle of their adoration. But, again as the rest two stories, this additionally has a twist towards the end.

Written by Althea Delmas Kaushal, the tale of the film gets the benefit of describing three distinct tracks without making the people bore. In spite of the fact that Renuka Shahane’s track has insane yet it remains my most loved of every one of the three. Arjun sagaciously discloses the secret behind it.Also, the whole atmosphere made of the chawl interests you till the end. The panning shots have a vital impact in the film, through all the three stories and afterwards while uncovering the twists and turns.

Renuka Shahane with her trimmed wig has an incredible action depicting the part of Auntie Florie. Masumeh Makhija comes as an extremely normal entertainer with this one.Sharman Joshi completes a fine work, however, he was not as much as a fundamental piece of that story. Tarun Anand, the actor playing Varsha’s better half had the part like the lines of Raj Arjun from Secret Superstar. He is great and truly influences us to loathe him. Aisha Ahmed and Ankit Rathi fascinate their way in – natural and natural. Aisha is absolutely in her part and never crosses the obscured lines.Thought the film ends up in pretty much underneath two hours, still, it loses to keep up the grasp of the plot.

Arjun Mukherjee focusing on a constrained group of viewers with the debut movie is dependably a major bet for any filmmaker. He didn’t go for a base assurance film like other filmmakers.The whole climate of Mumbai chawl made by Arjun Mukherjee, Renuka Shahane’s skilful nearness and a couple of sensational twists and turns are the main encouraging points in this film.This movie is for the individuals who appreciate suspense thrillers. Keep your desires in charge and you’ll clearly get worth your ticket cost.

My Rating 3/5 


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