29 C
Mumbai
Sunday, April 11, 2021

Sanya Malhotra’s Pagglait trailer is all things non-conforming and how

The trailer of Pagglait, featuring Sanya Malhotra is out now and it is as good as it gets, sheerly for how it shows women. Read on Platocast.

If I was being honest, I wasn’t very pumped up about Pagglait. However, I was looking forward to watching Sanya Malhotra back on the screens. But now, post the trailer of Pagglait, there’s so much more than there is to look forward to!

The movie is directed by Umesh Bist, and is an interesting tale of a widow, dealing with the grief of her husband. But, throughout this journey, there are ups and downs that are her best friend. However, this is not your traditional story, and however the end may be, the journey seems intriguing. The Pagglait trailer released just today, and it screams of wanting to break stereotypes.

The cast of Pagglait includes the likes of Ashutosh Rana, Sheeba Chaddha, Shruti Sharma, Rajesh Tailaing, among others. Sayani Gupta will be seen in a special role. While the Pagglait cast is rather diverse in more senses than one, it is the story that is the clear winner. The movie is produced by Balaji Telefilms along with Sikhya Entertainment. Well, it looks like this is truly the result of what happens when women come together!

Check out the trailer of Pagglait here:

If there’s not enough that the movie tries to highlight through various instances, the dialogues make up as well. Grief is one of the central themes of the movie, and it is interesting how it has been shown. In just a few seconds, the trailer of Pagglait encompasses so many layers. The dialogue that we dig the most says ”JAB LADKI LOG KO AKKAL AATI HAI NA, TOH SAB UNHE PAGGLAIT HI KEHTE HAIN.” Could it BE any more real?

We often tend to believe that the only way to deal with grief is by over-dramatizing it. However, everyone has their own way, and there is absolutely no need to conform to what is expected. And Sandhya (Sanya) seems to be doing what she wants. Apart from that, the trailer of Sanya Malhotra’s Pagglait also tries to show women in a different light. Sometimes, I am pleasantly appalled at the beauty of how one character can portray so much. And for that, kudos to the writers!

While there’s so much that there is to talk about the movie, there are layers yet to be unearthed. The film is going to be a rollercoaster of emotions and comedy, but also so much more!

Pagglait will stream on Netflix from March 26, 2021.

Listen to India's best podcasts.

Listen anywhere, anytime.

Platocast podcasts are sourced carefully to bring you the best stories out there.

S.J
There is no such thing as enough of reading and writing, or so I believe. While everything else might cause saturation, words always come to the rescue. A writer for a major part of my life, I take things as they come, but not without a pen and paper.

Explore More

Electoral violence in India: A look back in time on use of brutal force on the battleground

The violence outside a polling booth in the Cooch Behar district of West Bengal resulted in the death of at least four people. Comments...

Must Read

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.