Pari Movie review : Less horror, more disturbing
Less Horror, More Disturbing
Anushka Sharma’s home production film ‘Pari’ has been released in cinemas. The film has been directed by Prosit Roy with Anushka, Parambrata Chatterjee, Rajat Kapoor and Ritabhari Chakraborty play an important role. This is Anushka Sharma’s first film after marriage.
According to the story, Arnab (Parambrata Chatterjee) returns home with parents after meeting Piyali (Ritabhari Chakraborty). On the way, there is a road accident with them and under Arnab, a strange incident is met by the stereotypical Rukhsana Khatoon (Anushka Sharma) in the boats. For some reason Arnav takes Rukhsana to her house, where she is living separately from her parents.
Twist comes in the story, when Hashim Ali (Rajat Kapoor) makes his entry. After that many veils arise from many mysteries. What is the story of Rukhsana? What happens to Arnab’s life after taking Rukhsana to his house and what is the result of this story? To know the answers to all these questions, you have to watch the film.
The music of the movie is Anup Roy and background score Ketan Sobha delivered. Music is fine in terms of story. But there is no such song in the film, which can be humming or remembered.
Watch or Not?
If you have been waiting for a horror movie for a long time, you can watch this movie once. However, it has got an A certificate. That is, only people 18 or older can see it.