3 Storeys movie review: Richa Chadha and Pulkit Samrat are exceptional

3 Storeys is one of those films that generally don’t get made in Hindi cinema because of it’s complicated story structure and emotions are subtle which means one has to get it in sequence. Plot of the film is untangled between many characters and how different lives are affected because of the activity of one person. World inherently is a co-herent structure and each and every life on this planet is somehow affecting the other which s the basic theory used to build the screenplay of this film.

One thing abrupt here is that film tries to hard to make sure that audience understands the philosophy that the lives are affected, which reflects in the title of the film as well. Title is trying to sell the idea that this film is of a certain kind instead of what’s in it and director could not possibly hide this with in the narrative of the film. Instead of focusing on the detailing of any character, the screenplay jumps back and forth a lot to make sure that the viewer does not forget the arc of another story which was just shown hence it becomes dis-balanced.

Performances in this film are completely top notch from the likes of Richa Chadha and Sharman Joshi. While Pulkit Samrat and Renuka Shahane also did a brilliant job but completely staying in the character and serving the script instead of trying to showcase the drama not required. Film is crafted in a way that only director would emerge as the hero if this film is liked and actors are doing very small portions by contributing their characters to a decent extent. Richa and Pulkit have recently worked with Excel entertainment, who have produced this film in a comedy called ‘Fukrey Returns’. Their role was completely diverse yet good and overall this film deserves a watch at the cinemas.

3 Storeys movie review

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