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Kee movie review: Very sensitive topic should have been dealt with a lot more sincerity

Kee movie review: Very sensitive topic should have been dealt with a lot more sincerity
Written by Shubham Dwivedi

Makers of this film need to understand that something like Blue Whale is an extremely sensitive topic and if one is dealing with that then the focus of the film should not move. They went on the parade to make it a wholesome entertainment with extremely foolish college time romance because to keep a thriller alive for 2 hours is not everybody’s cup of poison. So these people inserted stupid love story and misogynistic scenes in relation to women to make it more relatable for front benchers. Blue whale is related to the loss of actual human lives so please deal the topic with due empathy.

The entire concept of wholesome Indian films is basically foolish because they have to apparently insert 20 songs and 5000 scenes which are not serving the screenplay but acting as gags for dumb entertainment purposes. Some film makers should absolutely not mess around with certain subjects especially if they are going to treat this drama as a thriller. Something like blue whale has mostly to do with psychology of people and not so much about trying to stop some satellite thing as if that is going to cure the world of this sickness.

Blue whale is not about one person, if police is able to catch the mastermind there will be and are many others who will take use of people being emotionally vulnerable. Story of the film is flat out flop and should not have been penned in the first place. Screenplay has half of it’s scene for no reason and other half for wrong reasons. Performances are ridiculous because this project on paper makes close to no sense but some of the people related to this film will bask in the glory of there mediocrity. Overall this film should be seen by no one at all, ever.

Kee movie review: Very sensitive topic should have been dealt with a lot more sincerity

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Shubham Dwivedi

A professional journalist, passionate cinema fanatic. Alive and kicking upto the standards of entertainment beat and i always take the life one friday at a time.

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