Haseen Dillruba Review in Hindi: Romance of love story and thrill of revenge, know how ‘Haseen Dilruba’ film is…
Critic Rating:Haseen Dillruba Film Review: Taapsee Pannu and Vikrant Massey and Harshvardhan Rane’s film Haseen Dilruba is streaming on Netflix. Here’s how this film directed by Vinil Mathew is.
- Taapsee Pannu and Vikrant Massey starrer Haseen Dilruba released.
- The story of revenge is shown with the romance of love story.
- Haseen Dilruba is one of the selected films with a very different story.
Haseen Dillruba Film Review :
Filmmaker Vinil Mathew’s Haseen Dilruba is not like the usual love stories. This is not a story where a boy and a girl meet, both fall in love, get married and live happily ever after. It is a story going through crazy love, passion, lust, revenge, crime, and many more. It’s not a movie that gets made every day in the commercial space, but it’s the kind of pulp-fiction you’ll want to spend your time in. Simply because it is different than the rest.
The film begins with a scene where a woman is feeding dogs on the street and suddenly she hears the sound of her house on fire. She runs inside, only to find her husband Rishabh’s tattooed hand (the tattoo of her name – Rani). The house is dilapidated, her husband does not live after this incident and a police team (with Aditya Srivastava) comes to investigate the matter.
The wife is accused of the death of her husband:
A woman named Rani is the prime suspect in the murder of her husband. The story progresses like an investigative thriller, where the audience is forced to juggle between the scene of the police station and the personal life of Rani and Rishabh. The audience knows only as much as the queen shares with the police, thus creating suspense among the spectators. Looking back, the audience is like police officers in the background, learning the story based on the conversation between Rani and the Chief Investigating Officer.
Rishabh Saxena (Vikrant Messi) is a quiet and timid person. By profession he is Engineer in Electricity Board. He is an introvert who can easily fall in love with a woman and takes a long time to move on. His family wants him to marry a ‘beautiful gentle and homely girl’ and he convinces them to meet Rani Kashyap (Taapsee Pannu) after much effort.
Rani by profession, she is a salon manager and does not like to do household chores. He also has a keen interest in the crime novels of Dinesh Pandit. She has had relationships in the past and is hesitant to go to Jwalapur, but for some reason she agrees to the marriage.
Right from the start, she believes that she is too good for Rishabh, who is now really madly in love with her. Rani and Rishabh get married. A little later, the scene sees the entry of Rishabh’s cousin Neil Tripathi (Harshvardhan Rane). He comes to the Saxena residence at a time when there are marital problems going on between Rani and Rishabh. After this Rani and Neel come together and what happens then forms the basis of the story.