Ribbon Movie Review

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RIBBON STORY: Architect Karan Mehra (Sumeet Vyas) learns from his panic-stricken spouse Sahana (Kalki Koechlin) that he’s going to be a father quickly, one thing neither of them have been ready for.

RIBBON REVIEW: In an city setting, with a younger and unbiased couple at its centre, the newborn naturally turns into the topic of battle —Sahana was only a whisk away from her dream promotion and Karan was engrossed in his skilled endeavours.

Similar to any director’s actor, each Sumeet and Kalki have devoted substantial period of time in rehearsing their scenes — the lengthy, laden-with-dialogues pictures would have been an entire downer in any other case.

Kalki’s portrayal of a cranky, muddled mother-to-be arouses empathy and will have very properly proved to be cathartic for just a few, however simply while you begin to set up a join with the characters, particularly Kalki’s, you’re distanced from them with an annoying and completely uncalled for lapse of time. Not simply as soon as, however on 4 totally different (and essential) events. The pair’s wrestle to return to phrases with this new addition to their lives is fairly evident however what occurs to that internal chaos later has not been defined within the film.

Sumeet Vyas, because the distraught husband of a vexed lady, is convincing and much more plausible than Kalki’s portrayal of a really useless, immodest Sahana and the swift adjustments of coronary heart she bestows on us. A seasoned actress like Kalki Koechlin can’t stoop under mediocrity and he or she would not, however solely in elements. Saving grace, apart from Vyas, is after all the naivety of the kid artiste.

With out delving a lot into particulars, Ribbon may have resonated with as we speak’s ambition-seeking kids, had the director (Rakhee Sandilya) and writers caught to 1 major plot and never launched a sub-plot within the second half. Regardless of the aspect of realism within the movie, each the episodes don’t appear to succeed in a conclusion. And lack each in depth and province. The second half is dragged past creativeness and the tip is a bit abrupt and disappointing, given the build-up.

All in all, Ribbon begins off with one storyline and ends with one other, however fails to seize the gamut of each. Rakhee Sandilya has began a dialog on a less-spoken human emotion, very humanely. If solely she had taken one route and explored it to its optimum stage.

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