Dobaaraa Movie Review: After the failure of “Shabaash Mithu,” Taapsee Pannu released the film “Dobaaraa.” This film is an official remake of the 2018 Spanish film “Mirage” and was directed by the talented Anurag Kashyap. The film was released in theatres on August 19, following a boycott-related advertising controversy. Let’s evaluate the film’s reviews to determine if this remake is worth seeing.
After 26 years, a geomagnetic storm attacks the city, and Antara, a family-oriented woman, flees with a youngster from 1996 who resided in the same house while watching television. Antara will prevent the murder of that 12-year-old boy in the past, which had a tremendous impact on the present.
Cast & Crew
Taapsee Pannu and Pavail Gupta are the principal actors in the film; other notable actors include Rahul Bhatt, Saswata Chatterjee, Hardy Nation, and Pankaj Rajput. The film is directed by Anurag Kashyap, while Shobha and Ektaa Kapoor are the producers. Shor Police’s music was composed by Gaurav Chatterji. The cinematographer engaged is Sylvester Fonseca. Aarti Bajaj is responsible for editing.
|Music Director||Shor Police, Gaurav Chatterji|
|Producers||Shobha Kapoor & Ektaa Kapoor|
|Cast||Taapsee Pannu, Pavail Gupta, Rahul Bhatt, Saswata Chatterjee, Hardy Nation, Pankaj Rajput|
“Mirage” was produced by Anurag Kashyap with the same intensity and excitement as the original, which was a great hit in its native tongue. Other than the nativity and the language spoken, the film does not undergo any substantial modifications. The first half of the film begins slowly and progressively makes its point. The film becomes more intriguing when the lead actress’s current life significantly alters as a result of decisions she made in the past.
Taapsee Pannu delivers an adequate performance, and her emotions in the majority of instances are unremarkable. Pavail Gupta has a commanding screen presence and the ability to captivate audiences with his performances. The young actor’s portrayal of a 12-year-old child from the past was superb. Everyone else who played a role performed admirably.
Dobaara looks good on paper. The background music of Shor Police provides the scenes the appropriate force and tension. The cinematography by Sylvester Fonseca is an outstanding aspect of the picture. The film’s stunning aesthetics are more reminiscent of a Hollywood production.
Anurag Kashyap made no changes that could have affected the plot and stayed true to the original essence of the film. He never disappoints with his works, and this remake is no exception.
Lastly, Dobaaraa is an authentic reproduction of the original. This science fiction thriller deserves your attention.
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