Honestly, wasn’t sure if I would be so proud of a movie I just happened to watched. Writing this Ramprasad ki Tehrvi movie review does fill me up with joy, and rightly so. The story is basically that of the rituals that follow in a Hindu family after the death, here, the patriarch i.e. Ramprasad. During the due course of the movie, as family members come together, a lot is unearthed within the family. The Ramprasad ki Tehrvi cast is another highlight.
The Ramprasad ki Tehrvi cast includes Naseeruddin Shah, Supriya Pathak Kapur, Konkona Sen Sharma, Parambrata Chattopadhyay, Vikrant Massey, Manoj Pahwa, Vinay Pathak, among others. While they are a handful bunch of talented actors, there are many more. To add more, we have Alka Kaushal, Mohd. Zeeshan Ayyub, and many others. (Yes, a short paragraph is also not enough to fit in all the names here)
Written by Seema Pahwa, the movie does manage to highlight so many aspects of life. Something that it does highlight at first is the titular bit, about the tehrvi. It speaks about the hope of Amma to see the family come together, but alas, not many do. While everyone has their own worries after the death that follows, the real trouble just doesn’t seem to sink in. Some scenes leave you a little too full of emotions, while some, drive you into nostalgia.
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Something that is given a highlgy dramatic treatment upon deaths, are wills, and here was no less. The fact is, it does manage to expose just how materialistic things and people can get. While there are constant scenes that delve onto that, we do have more to talk about in Ramprasad ki Tehrvi movie review.
With six core members in the family, upon Raprasad’s death, there is conversation about paying off the loans. While we would have expected certain things to follow here, what follows melts our hearts. Some might happen to recall isntances in their families, and see how different things were, or similar for that matter. Of the six core members, Nishant (Parambrata) kind of steps up. However, this Ramprasad ki Tehrvi movie review needs to mention just how subtly Pahwa has presented all of this, yet made a point.
Another interesting character here is that of Rahul (Vikrant) and just how he is so casual about things. While we seem to find an imbalance between Rahul and Nishant, they are just two different possibilities of what is, and could be. It is funny how all these words cannot seem to just about summarize all the feelings this movie makes you feel. None the less, rest assured, there is a lot that you as a viewer will love about it.
To sum up the Ramprasad ki Tehrvi movie review, it is possibly the best of the lot we will get this year. In addition, it also leaves you thinking, wandering to so many places in the past, and much more. No matter what you view on family, this shall help you dig deeper with a wider perspective. Due credits to the Ramprasad ki Tehrvi cast for the absolutely brilliant job, and of course, great writing. The film is as close to the best as it can get, with some subtle and not so subtle highlights all through it.