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One of the most well-known playback singers in 1930s Kolkata, Triptii Dimri, who plays the title role in the film “Qala,” relates the tale of the titular figure. Sudha is her helper (Girija Oak). She is best friends with lyricist Majrooh and coworker Naseeban Aapa (Tasveer Kamil) (Varun Grover). Her future appears to be promising and loaded with possibilities. Her mother, Urmila (Swastika Mukherjee), who has always harbored animosity for Qala because she was the twin who survived delivery and killed her unborn baby in the process, is a ghost that haunts her.
Within the movie’s first 10 to 15 minutes, Dutt puts out the central conflict, what is at risk, and the topics she intends to address. The music industry is the setting for “Qala,” hence there is sexual assault, favoritism, and a general attitude of contempt towards lyricists. The film’s clumsy commentary on mental health loops in circles, much like the vinyl records, until it reaches its empty conclusions, and character motivations blatantly hint at certain plot twists. And the intense emphasis on the movie’s “beautiful” graphics may be the cause.
The “Qala” acting cast is a total failure. Triptii Dimri is working hard as if she has been assigned to fulfill everyone’s “acting” obligations (because everyone else is under-acting the hell out of their roles). Babil Khan made a terrible debut. Nothing he does has any lasting impact.
In conclusion, “Qala” is a visually stunning but sleep-inducing film. Given that she knows the themes, Anvita Dutt has a lot she wants to discuss. She does not, however, explore them through her characters. She does have a talent for creating stunning pictures, even at the expense of sounding monotonous. She must realize, nevertheless, that a movie is made up of more than just pretty pictures and constant reminders of its overarching themes. She’s already made the same error twice, so I hope she learns from it before starting her third project. This is Anushka Sharma’s second time working with Dutt as a producer. Triptii has worked twice with Dutt as an actor, most recently this time.