3 Storeys Review & Rating|
3 Storeys tells three different stories that are happening parallelly in the same building. Richa Chadda plays a seductress who attracts everyone, including constable Ganpat of the Mumbai police. Renuka Shahane plays the role of Flory, a Catholic old lady who wants to sell her house to a good person so that she can move to Goa and live with her sister. Pulkit Samrat plays a businessman from Hyderabad who is looking to expand his business in Mumbai and buys Flory’s house.
Masumeh plays a submissive wife named Varsha who is tortured by her alcoholic husband every day, and she is in love with her next-door neighbor Shankar, played by Sharman Joshi who is a Dubai based businessman returning to his old house. Ankit Rathi plays a Muslim guy named Suhail who is in love with a Hindu girl in the same building but is struggling to marry her as their families hate each other. Directed by Arjun Mukerjee, this film tells all these stories with different points of view and different focus points which has not been seen in Bollywood for a long time.
Out of all the three stories, the best performances can be seen in the first one which stars Renuka Shahane and Pulkit Samrat. Shahane as the Catholic woman from Goa is a breath of fresh air, away from the previous stereotypical portrayal of Goan women in Bollywood. She brings truth and dedication to her performance while Pulkit supports her very well.
Debutant Aisha Ahmed gives a good performance and Richa Chadda is good as always. It is Sharman Joshi and Masumeh’s performance that brings the film a bit down. The actors who play the small characters of the tea vendors and the policeman are also cast perfectly and bring a sense of realism to the movie.
Debutant Director Arjun Mukerjee succeeds in making a powerful first impression as he tells this tightly knit story. Telling three different stories in one single film is not an easy job but he does it with perfection. He understands the intricacies of life in a small house and uses it to his advantage. The writing could have been a bit better as the end of the film does not provide proper satisfaction but overall, the twists and drama in the film are shown without any over the top music or overacting. It is a simple film about not so simple people.
Verdict: This film can be watched for the acting performances and good story telling.
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3 Storeys is an experimental film produced by Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani and is directed by Arjun Mukerjee. It stars Richa Chadda, Pulkit Samrat, Sharman Joshi and Renuka Shahane in the lead roles and tells three different stories in a parallel manner. Here is what the public has to say about this film:
People are appreciating this new style of direction by Arjun Mukerjee and the performances by the actors, especially Renuka Shahane are being applauded too. She plays the role of a poor old woman who finds some very expensive diamonds and decides to give them to the right person.
The public is loving the film and 3 Storeys is also receiving great praise from critics and trade analysts all over the country. It seems like this film has turned out to be a good investment for Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani.
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What is 3 Storeys all about?
3 Storeys is a drama film that is directed by Arjun Mukerjee and stars Richa Chadda, Sharman Joshi, Pulkit Samrat, Renuka Shahane and Masumeh in the lead roles. It is produced by Farhan Akhtar and Riteish Sidhwani under the banner of Excel Entertainment and tells three different stories of people living on 3 different storeys of the same building. Ever since the teaser of the film was released, it has gained a lot of traction and interest as the movie shows three different stories in a parallel manner.
What to expect from 3 Storeys?
3 Storeys features a huge ensemble cast that includes Pulkit Samrat and Richa Chadda, who were last seen together in the comedy film Fukrey Returns, and also critically acclaimed actors like Renuka Shahane and Sharman Joshi. Having all of these talented actors on one screen will surely work in favour of the film and help drive a big crowd to the theaters.
Interesting Story Telling Format
3 Storeys tell 3 different stories that are not connected to each other, other than the fact that they are happening in the same building but on different floors. Director Arjun Mukerjee has chosen this format of story telling which has not been seen in Bollywood for a long time and this decision has peaked the interest of the viewers.
Apart from being an interesting and entertaining drama film, 3 Storeys also speaks about socially relevant issues like inter-caste marriage and women’s rights. And this will help the film out as socially relevant films like Toilet: Ek Prem Katha and Padman have done very well in the past.
As the trailer of the film suggests, 3 Storeys is going to be a very realistic movie with none of the Bollywood masala that the audience is starting to get bored of. This film will serve as a breath of fresh air to the cinema-loving crowd of India.
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