REVIEW: The style of street journeys is all the time endearing as a result of it is often in regards to the characters’ inside journeys as nicely, which one can relate to. ‘Khwabon Ke Parindey’ can also be about three buddies and a stranger they meet alongside their journey.
Bindiya Mathur, a daring individual with a cheerful manner who would quickly be flying from Melbourne to her hometown Malad (a suburb in North Mumbai) to be together with her household. Earlier than she returns to her actual world, Bindiya intends to take a street journey together with her greatest buddies—Meghna Kapoor, who is about to be married and doesn’t have any massive goals in life, and Dixit Gote, a easy and unadventurous one who is able to take over his father’s enterprise. They’re joined by Aakash Sharma, a witty hitchhiker who’s on a journey quest and loves gathering cash in reminiscence of his late father. From there, they embark on a street journey to beat their private troubles and challenges whereas getting ready themselves for all times.
This six-part sequence, co-directed by Tapasvi Mehta and Amandeep Ahluwalia, focuses on the camaraderie that develops between passengers and strangers on board. It is simple for viewers to empathise with the three protagonists, who are usually not solely benefiting from their journey but additionally have an underlying sense of insecurity and nervousness about what lies forward for them. Many Bollywood movies, comparable to ‘Dil Chahta Hai,’ ‘Zindagi Milegi Na Dobara’ and ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani,’ have comparable ideas…. however right here the writers (Tapasvi Mehta, Chirag Ratna Singh, and Amandeep Ahluwalia) have penned it in a approach that they’ve little to convey via its plot. Nevertheless, Archit & Smit and Rajarshi Sanyal present some upbeat music to accompany the story.
Finally, it’s the screenplay and dialogues (by Aarsh Vora) that preserve you all through. Regardless that the sequence strikes at a stagnant tempo, it has its personal distinctive moments that viewers will definitely like. Moreover, the cinematography (by Bernard Winter) centered on scenic locales in Australia, superbly captures the general vibe of the present and can entice you to go to these places sooner or later.
As Bindiya, Asha Negi is convincing. Her character of a loud, outspoken and celebration animal lady does, nevertheless, go overboard at instances. Mrinal Dutt’s portrayal of Dixit, who’s trapped in a 9-to-5 work tradition however aspires to be a musician, is endearing. Manasi Moghe has performed an excellent job as Meghna, and the other aspect of her persona is amusing. Tushar Sharma’s portrayal of the know-it-all Aakash, who aspires to be a author, is admirable.
All stated, ‘Khwabon Ke Parindey’ doesn’t delve deeply sufficient into the story to elicit an emotional or sturdy reference to the viewers. As an alternative, it is a easy present about– friendships, bonding, street journeys, conflicts and a few memorable moments, making it an easy-breezy watch.