Shab
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Shab

Hindi
Drama
14 Jul, 2017
1 hrs 49 mins
57%
253 votes
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Set in the cosmoplitan city of Delhi, Shab is a story of people coming from different walks of life... some in the search for love and some towards realization of their dreams. It is the story of how destiny and the city shapes their lives.
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Verdict: A lovely story let down by poor storytelling. Known for making critically acclaimed dramas like My BrotherNikhil and I Am, Onir tries to do something different in his latest directorial - Shab. The film talks about aspirations, heartbreak and just the need to be loved. Mohan (Ashish Bisht) hails from a small town and []... ...Read full review
Shab is a dark, haunting film about human emotions, relationships, love and betrayal that thrive in a rather opportunistic and materialistic world of Delhis elite society. ...Read full review
Shab certainly isn`t without its share of flaws, but the deliciously cryptic style that it employs in the elucidation of intricate human relationships makes it an irresistibly intriguing tale. Watch it because Shab is a rare Hindi film that respects its audience and lets them to work their way through the maze. ...Read full review
Its the relationships being portrayed in Shab that help rescue the film from its patchy screenplay. The actors do a reasonably good job. Mithoons music is spunky. The cinematography is top notch, but the editing isnt always consistent. Thankfully, the dialogue of the film is strong and the way characters respond to their lifes challenges makes the final bit of the story engaging. The maturity and the subtlety with which Onir tackles the themes of Shab make it worth a watch. ...Read full review
Onir, with cinematographer Ashish Bisht, has shot Delhi beautifully. Its interesting how the filmmaker seasons in the city to show what the characters are going through. We need filmmakers like him to have conversations about subjects like same-sex relationships, single mothers, but he needs to have his objective clear. ...Read full review

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