A dark comedy cum thriller thats set around a celebratory evening gone awry and relationships gone askew.
Cast – Ranvir Shorey, Malti Multani, Rajat Kapoor, Tara Shrama, Cyrus Sahukar, Shruti Seth, Kalki Koechlin, Sagar Deshmukh, Palomi Ghosh, Chandrachur Rai
Writer/ Director – Rajat Kapoor
Sunil (Ranvir) and Malti (Malti) have planned Diwali celebrations at their place and invited a group of close friends. But as something drastically changes the course of the evening, they desperately try to cover up the truth which eventually gets uncovered and so do the realities and dynamics of relationships.
Rajat Kapoor brings in a good blend of various shades and moods along with an ensemble cast that breathes life into the drama.
The film starts with a bang, on a serious note, and comes along with it, the intrigue factor.
As the characters join and the celebrations begin, we get a dose of humour, realistic dynamics and slice of life conversations (though sometimes you may find them
too loud and borderline irritating).
But there’s an edginess through out that leads to a wacky climax.
Apart from the fact that Rajat Kapoor’s films are adorned with slice of life storytelling, their fine ensemble cast always add shine.
Loved everyone’s performance here.
Was impressed with Malti Multani, Chandrachoor (even in his tiny role) and Nupur Asthana.
Ranvir and Rajat are bang on as always.
With a great ensemble cast, the film is a good watch for those who love black comedy genre with some intrigue value thrown in.