Complete review of ‘Karwaan’
Star Cast: Irrfan Khan, Dulquer Salmaan, Mithila Palkar, Kriti Kharbanda
Director: Akarsh Khurana
Producer: Ronni Screwala, Prithi Rathi Gupta
Rating: 3/5 Stars
Music Director: Prateek Khuhad, Anurag Saikia, SlowCheetah, Imaad Shah
Irrfan Khan and Dulquer Salmaan starrer ‘Karwaan’ has been released in cinemas. The film revolves around three people from different walks of life who are thrown together on a somewhat bizarre journey which helps them find normalcy in their lives.
Story of the movie: The film revolves around Avinash (Dulquer Salmaan), who’s forced software engineer. His father stopped him from chasing his dream of becoming a photographer and made to switch to a 9 to 5 job. One day, the news of his father being dead in a bus accident breaks to him. Post hearing this, he heads to collect his corpse at the cargo shipping company, as informed by the tourist company. Later, when he was about to perform the last rites of his dad, Avinash comes to know that the cargo company has handed him some other person’s dead body. Knowing that, Avinash rushes to their office and finds out that his father’s body has been shipped to Kochi and interchanged with Tanya’s (Mithila Palkar) maternal grandmother’s corpse. Here begins the journey of Avinash with his friend Shaukat (Irrfan Khan) and the two of them set out on a trip to exchange the interchanged the dead body of Avinash’s father with Tanya’s grandma.
Star Performance: Irrfan Khan as Shaukat performed his role brilliantly. While, who make his bollywood debut from the film also best at his role. On the other hand, Mithila Palkar is impressive enough. And, Kriti Kharbanda, in a special appearance, doesn’t disappoint at all.
Music Direction: The film’s music is good. Songs like Chota Sa Fasana and Saansein are already hit among the audience.
Direction: The film’s direction is good. Cinematography is also amazing. Dialogues are applaud worthy. The plot of the film could be even better.
Watch Or Not: If you are a fan of Irrfan Khan, than you can watch it once.
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