Movie Review: Bala
Artists: Ayushman Khurrana, Bhumi Pednekar, Yami Gautam, Seema Pahwa and Saurabh Shukla
Director: Amar Kaushik
Producer: Dinesh Vision
The pair of producer Dinesh Vijan and director Amar Kaushik have returned after another strong film after Stree. Dinesh Vijan is making a mark in Hindi cinema as the producer of non-leaked films and Amar Kaushik has impressed audiences for the second consecutive film. While counting is going on, this is going to be the seventh consecutive hit film by actor Ayushmann Khurrana. He is again in the role of a common man who becomes a hero while living in the circumstances around us.
Balmukund of a middle-class family in Kanpur is troubled by his scalp hair. The company has hired him to sell girls fairness cream. And, he believes that looking beautiful is equal to not only girls but also boys. All his grief in life is more than just his age and due to which the hair on the head gets reduced. Eventually, he manages to find a break from it and then he finds a Ticketock star, who likes the beauty of the world to the extent.
Bala can be the story of any Balmukund around us. The problem of hair fall is also due to fast-growing diseases and also due to the increasing work pressure. Ayushmann Khurrana took a dip in this story written by Niren Bhatt from the very beginning. Ayushmann's skill to dive into the ocean of the Hindi film world and act as a crush on his performance, and the film Bala is once again seen leaning in his favour. Whether it is a standup comedy or the reality after his girlfriend opens reality, Ayushmann's art film is heavy on everyone. His cry also seems real and his laugh too.
And, Yami Gautam has played the real bright character of the fake world of small towns. Yami Gautam started the year with the hit film Uri The Surgical Strike and the year farewell to Bala. Bhumi Pednekar is another strong link in the film. Except for his bad make-up, she has also done a strong job in the film as the lawyer Latika. Saurabh Shukla and Seema Pahwa play the funniest character of Kanpuriya couple and give the film the perfect support
After watching Sunny Singh's desolate Chaman, seeing Bala, it is also understood that the film is made with the understanding of a director. The last time Amar Kaushik made a town of Madhya Pradesh alive on screen and this time Kanpur is his city. He has given each character of the story full time to establish himself and then has given wings of hope to the characters associated with these lands. Amar Kaushik's film Bala Yeh also tells how an average story can be turned into a fun entertaining film. Amar has got a lot of help from his cinematographer Anuj Rakesh Dhawan in showing Kanpur from a new angle here. Editing of Hemanti Sarkar also keeps the pace of the film.
Whether a mother looking for a son-in-law on Instagram using a filter on a dusky daughter's photo, or a tick-talk star hesitating to talk about her beauty, the first need for a partner of her choice, Bala puts forth the truth without hesitation. The speciality of the film is that it does not make any comment about the shortcomings of anyone nor does it try to pronounce any kind of judgment. Yes, somewhere a speech about beauty and whiteness seems boring. The music is a bit weak but the film's victory is the absence of its characters. Every character has some flaws but they all succeed in making a complete film. In the movie review of Amar Ujala, the film Bala gets three and a half stars.
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