Talvar – A Thriller
Bollywood is making movies based on real stories these days. And Talvar is also a fiction on true life events of Aarushi Talwar. It is based on the double murder case of a teenage girl Aarushi and her servant. Earlier the movie title was Nyodda. But later it was changed to Talvar when approved by Talwar family. Talvar was premiered as Guilty in Toronto International Film Festival on 14th September 2015. The movie is releasing all over on October 2nd, 2015. But we could see this awesome thriller murder mystery 5 days before its release on its screening in Delhi.
The screening was in Delite Cinema on 27th September 2015 at 10 am which is around 1.5 km from New Delhi Metro Station. And the Sunday morning show was kept for all the 40 bloggers from Delhi. The entries were allowed from Gate No. 1.
Before saying anything about the movie, we shall watch the trailer that will surely build interest for the movie.
Talvar is based on contradictory accounts of the case, which variously portray the parents as guilty and innocent both. Three teams worked on the case. Initially Local Police investigated the case which is further investigated by CDI team 1 (headed by Irrfan Khan). Again the case is handed over to a new CDI team. All three investigations brings out with 2 faces of truth. One is proving the parents as murderer and another team proves servant as the murderer.
The film is produced by Junglee Pictures with the runtime of 132 minutes. The movie is written by Vishal Bhardwaj and directed by Meghna Gulzar. The director states that the script is objective and unbiased.
Why One shouldn’t miss Talvar?
- First, the movie is full of suspense. Audience will love the thriller.
- Irrfan Khan as Ashwin Kumar has again done a fab job as Investigation officer.
- One’s mind will flow with the movie to solve the case. With the movie your interest will build up more.
- Climax of the movie is just awesome when both investigation teams submit their reports.
One shouldn’t miss the movie. The movie portrays how local police, office politics and professional rivalries can affect the course of Justice. Having a great storyline, the movie has 4 beautiful songs. Insaaf (by Arooj Aftab) & Shaam ke Saaye (by Arijit Singh) are my favourite.
Irrfan Khan as Ashwin Kumar, Investigation Officer.
Tabu as Reema Kumar, Irrfan Khan’s wife.
Ayesha Parveen as Shruti Tondon, based on Aarushi
Neeraj Kabi, as Shruti’s father Ramesh Tondon
Konkana Sen Sharma, as Shruti’s mother Nutan Tondon
I enjoyed the movie till last minute. And my rating for it is 3.8/5.0