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REVIEW : UDAAN

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REVIEW : UDAAN

Film: UDAAN
Rating: 3/5
Banner: UTV Motion Pictures
Cast: Rajat Barmecha, Ronit Roy, Aayan Boradia, Ram Kapoor, Manjot Singh, Anand Tiwari, Suman Mastkar, Raja Hudda, Varun Khettry, Shaunak Sengupta, Akshay Sachdev
Music: Amit Trivedi
Cinematography: Mahendra Shetty
Director: Vikramaditya Motwane
Producers: Anurag Kashyap, Ronnie Screwvala, Sanjay Singh
Release Date: July 16, 2010
 
Story:
A heart touching tale, the story begins with the life of Rohan (rajat) who has been staying at the boarding school for eight years and then he returns to the steel town of Jamshedpur. However, hell awaits him in the form of his tyrant father (ronit roy) who has already designed the future for his son. Added to that, Rohan then discovers that he has got a step brother (ram kapoor) whom he never met or saw. Rohan is forced to be a part of his father's steel industry while at heart, he dreams of becoming a writer. How does he get along with what he has got and whether he fulfills his dreams or not forms the rest of the story.
 
Presentation:
The director has come up with a simple storyline but then it is the presentation and narrative that takes the audience along. The dialogues were powerful at few points, the script was sensible and the screenplay was impressive. Background score adds to the moods but not much in the songs. Cinematography was effective. Editing was missing during the second half. Costumes were natural and the art department was lively. Rajat was a showstealer and came up with an apt performance, equally good was Aayan Boradia, the seniors Ronit and Ram played their part to the T and created an impact. The others added their performances and brought value to the film.
 
Conclusion:
This is a film for all those who are passing through the teenage phase and especially for parents of such teenagers. This is not about generation gap and a difference in thinking. It is about the experiences an individual goes through during such times and how situations tend to suffocate and compel you to break free. The film would have been lot better if only the second half was trimmed for nearly twenty minutes but overall the film has got the sensitivity and the realistic approach to convey a message to the audience. This film has full potential to strike a hit if promoted properly.
 
Bharatstudent Verdict: Sensitive and Thought provoking, recommended

Tags: Review: Udaan, Rajat Barmecha, Ronit Roy, Aayan Boradia, Ram Kapoor, Manjot Singh, Anand Tiwari, Suman Mastkar, Vikramaditya Motwane
Posted On : 16th July, 2010
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