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Friday, August 31, 2018

Stree Movie Review: Shraddha Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao Are Awesome In Madcap Film

Stree movie cast:

Rajkummar Rao, Shraddha Kapoor, Aparshakti Khurrana, Abhishek Banerjee, Pankaj Tripathi, Vijay Raaz

Stree movie director: Amar Kaushik
Stree movie rating: Two and a half stars
Rating: 3.5 Stars (out of 5)

Stree Movie 2018 Film Story Detail: 

In the town of Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh, there is a popular very old story/untrue story about a female ghost known as Stree who haunts the community and kidnaps men, leaving nothing but their clothes behind. She is not as not flexible as you might think though - if you write "OhStree Kal aana (oh woman return tomorrow)" on the edge-related wall of your home, she actually obeys, and returns the next day, only to be confused once again by the instruction.

It is fully appropriate that these poisonous ideas are sent up in a horror-comedy, written by Raj and DK. Stree's (reason for doing or saying something) is a cracker, leaving you grinning in the dark. But the execution comes off a little bit half-broken: (weakening or destroying authority)in a film willing to agree supports silliness can be very effective, but it can get watered down if your message is mixed.
Stree Movie Review: Shraddha Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao Are Awesome In Madcap Film

Stree Movie Review 2018: 

In the town of Chanderi (MP, suddenly on the map after Padman), there lives a likely young man called Vicky (Rao), blessed by a well-developed eye and kind heart. That doesn't stop him from making yourself look good, and falling for a mysterious girl's (Shraddha Kapoor) charms. When she says come, he follows, casting aside fears of the 'stree' who haunts the town, hunting alone men. There's a 'bhootni' about, be aware of something dangerous.

There's some fun to be had, especially in the shape of town 'gyaanis', played by the excellently weird but funny Tripathi and the always entertaining Raaz, and we get to see a lot of mumbo-jumbo about women with bloody 'ulte paair' and how the power of a female evil spirit lives in her 'choti'. And that's where the problem lies: if a film really wants to interfere with these (beliefs in the power of magic, bad luck, spirits, etc.) beliefs, it has to be able to treat these ideas/expressions with clear reject/rejection. Stree, in many places, is confused, not being able to make up its mind whether it wants us to shrink away in fear or laugh, especially when it slips into Four Easy Ways To (bring under control) A Bhootni mode.

But still, Stree is enjoyable mostly. Kapoor's part is a bit laughably ridiculous, but she has some breathy moments with Rao. The three fellows feel like real friends, not just brought together by a casting director, and both Khurrana, who is sprouting from everywhere these days, and Banerjee a good job of looking scared and foolish at the same time. Rao, whose Bicky seems like an extension of his Bareilly Ki Barfi symbolic picture, carries the film: as a 'ladies tailor' whose eye is enough to take the measure of the woman in front of him, he is terrific.

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