Haseen Dillruba Review: A surprisingly sleek movie from Netflix India

Haseen Dillruba Review

Haseen Dillruba had my attention ever since the trailer blessed my youtube feed. Before getting into Haseen Dillruba Review don’t forget to check the Trailer which bagged 195K likes on it. With the title hinting at a woman’s supposed dangerous charming beauty, the movie portrays the risks of love and lust.

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Rani played by Tapsee Pannu is a Delhi Girl who settles down for an arranged marriage after a string of bad relationships. She studies Hindi honors at college and has a mind full of stories inspired by the crime thriller novels that she takes an ultimate interest in.

She marries Rishu played by Vikrant Massey, who is the quintessential small-town boy, going out of his ways to compensate for Rani’s city-colored dreams of a marriage and a power-packed conjugal life. Harshvardhan Rane who plays the role of Neel Tripathi is the third wheel in this movie set in Jwalapur, Haridwar. He is a cousin to Massey’s character, a river rafting guide with beefy muscles and everything that would entice the Delhi bride Rani.

The movie further unfolds to punch in the death of Rishu’s, peeling off the first important later of this romantic thriller. Rani, Rishu’s wife is the criminal suspect, keeping in mind her alleged affair with Rane. The movie meanders through various twists and turns as we explore the various shades of Rani, her confessions at the police station, and the unpredictable climax.

Moving to the Haseen Dilrubba Review now,

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Tapsee Pannu who plays the titular role has a layer of an enigma to her character. She’s mysterious, seductive, and intense. Tapsee brilliantly captures the essence of a woman, with failed desires as she migrates from Delhi to Haridwar. She portrays the plight of being caught in a marriage without fire. Her pull towards Rane is perfectly acted out.

Massey, as always, does appropriate justice to the character sketch provided to him. He encapsulates the character of a small-town boy trying to please his city-bred wife. He’s simple, gullible, and beautifully exhibits his emotions of embarrassment at the loudmouth demeanor of his mother.

Rane is the perfect pick for his role. He’s beefy, has bewitching glances, and performs his best at unknowingly wooing both Rani and the audience. The supporting cast delivers a solid performance on their part. Yamini Das who essays the role of Rani’s mother in law nails her performance as a small-town woman who is desirous of a beautiful, polite, homely, and coy bride for her son. In her banter and constant taunts directed towards Tapsee that one gets to realize how natural a performer she is. Aditya Srivastava who plays the role of the cop constantly questioning Rani and being irked by her prosaic responses is a believable portrayal and does the job.

Vinil Matthew puts his directive skills to the test in this visually enthralling movie. He incorporates the minute’s elements of an arranged marriage throbbing in the lap of a small town. The scenes which show the lukewarm chemistry between Rishu and Rani and the simmering chemistry between Rani and Neel are very thoughtfully choreographed. The writing by Kanika Dhillon deserves special mention. The graph dedicated to each character and the maintenance of the thrill factor is her brainchild.

The screenplay is brilliant. The cinematography captures the harrowingly beautiful images of Haridwar and the sizzling chemistry between Rane And Rani as they share a conversation over a cup of tea on a balcony overlooking the river. Haridwar is captured at its ultimate glory.

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Parting thoughts on Haseen Dillruba Review:

These preliminaries settled, he did not care to put off any longer the execution of his design, urged on to it by the thought of all the world was losing by his delay, seeing what wrongs he intended to right, grievances to redress, injustices to repair, abuses to remove, and duties to discharge.

The narrative does get a little messy as it nears the climax. It employs too many features of a crime thriller and falls short of a properly delineated narrative. For the ones on the lookout for some solid performance, some humor, and a good spin of thrill, Haseen Dilruba is the one to color your evenings with.

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The narrative does get a little messy as it nears the climax. It employs too many features of a crime thriller and falls short of a properly delineated narrative. For the ones on the lookout for some solid performance, some humor, and a good spin of thrill, Haseen Dilruba is the one to color your evenings with.

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