Friday 21 December 2018

Andhadhun Movie Review by Suvas Agam

Movie review of "Andhadhun"

Adopted from a short movie DL'Accordeur (The Piano Tuner) directed by Oliver Treiner this movie has created a new wonder world with a musician who thinks that blind people possess more focus on their art then people with full functioning eye. People with eye tend to divert their focus to unnecessary stuffs around. Ayushmann Khurrana wants to focus on music. It is said that great musician composer Beethoven had bad ear. He could hardly hear so he uses to have a small machine to hear people around him. In spot of that he became world renowned musician. May be he has this understanding that if he close his eye he will have more focus on his music practice so he could join a competition on London. Though he had eye but he was taken as a blind person. So he gets to witness some extraordinary Incidents which makes movie so unpredictable that each new scene amazes you.

This movie has made an expedition on unknown and unexplored domain of human life. This movie also can be taken a tribute to all those musicians who want to undergo some unique experiments to create some great work of art. This movie juxtaposes thrill or horror and suspense. I will not say that it is a must watch movie but if you are tired of soft romance and predictable Hindi main stream movie this movie will rock your brain. This movie also is caution for those who are thinking to walk some unexplored road of experimentation with life to create art of to focus for art. But I am sure you will not get bored throughout the movie. In summary a blind pianist's life is turned upside down by a series of mysterious events, and a crime that he did not witness and we witness amazing tale of knowing the value of life. Therefore its simply great and simple movie
My overall rating for movie will be 3.5 out of 5 stars.  
In-depth Analysis:
Direction: 4/5
Screenplay: 4/5
Music: 3.5/5
Visual appeal: 3.5/5

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