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Director Hindilinks4u:Rakeysh Omprakash
Producer:Rohit Khattar ,Rakeysh Omprakash
Cast :Harshvardhan Kapoor , Saiyami Kher , Art Malik , Anuj Choudhry , Om Puri , K.K. Raina ,
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A timeless folktale about star-crossed lovers is played out in two parallel worlds, one real, and one fantastical. As the lovers grapple with forces that seek to keep them apart in both avatars, they discover that even a moment of true love is worth an entire lifetime.“Mirzya” is one gorgeously shot movie, and the filmmakers slow down some scenes to make sure you know it. They needn’t have bothered. Most everything in this easy-to-like story is hard to miss. Based on “Mirza Sahiban,” a Punjab folk tale of star-crossed lovers, the plot centers on Soochi (Saiyami Kher, always stunning) and Adil (Harshvardhan Kapoor, always scruffy). After a terrible crime separates them in adolescence, they are thrown together and reunited years later as adults. Adil works as a stable hand, while Soochi is on the cusp of marrying a wealthy and clean-cut man, Karan (Anuj Choudhry, always slick), who just happens to be Adil’s employer. The nearer Adil and Soochi get to rekindling their old romance, the closer they come to danger. It’s no coincidence that Shakespeare is referenced in “Mirzya”; there are echoes of “Romeo and Juliet” in several scenes. There’s more than a little contrivance too, as well as an unnecessary side story that has these lovers playing out their recurring fates in a separate, fantastical time amid cheesy special effects. That strand and its frequent slow-motion sequences detract from the main plot, which moves smartly enough on its own. Still, a brutally beautiful and tragic ending, and fine performances from the three lead actors, are enough reason to watch. Sampooran Singh Kalra’s script, Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s direction and Pawel Dyllus’s cinematography are unabashedly romantic, featuring long, lush shots of horseback riding, scenic vistas and desert sands. Sure, the filmmakers overdo their work. But it’s all in the service of love, and somehow that makes it O.K.
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