Short Film Roop Ki Rani Review : The story has a unique thought to it

26 . Sep . 2018
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Inspired by the title of a 90s Bollywood film is the new short film Roop Ki Rani. The film revolves around two characters and how they bond together.

The film starts with a burglar, played by Arjun Radhakrishnan, entering a house at night, and he meets a young girl, Sanya Bansal, who is wide awake. Her father is also present in the house, but is sleeping.

Instead of the usual fight, the audiences get a shock when the two characters sit down to actually discuss about their lives. The two freely talk about all that happens in their lives, the problems and abuse they have to face.

While the two carefully sit on their couch talking about host of things, the owner of the house wakes up. With a verbal scuffle, the burglar ends up hitting him dead. His daughter is happy with this, and the two elope.

What’s Wow? The story has a unique thought to it. The actors, Arjun and Sanya play their parts to the tee. The dialogues that they share have been carefully written and set the pace of the film.

What’s Blah? Nothing faulty in the film to complain about.

Parting Shot: Roop Ki Rani does what very few short films manage – say a lot with in a small span of time. It is a fast paced film that one can enjoy on the go.

Cast and Crew

Cast: Arjun Radhakrishnan, Sanya Bansal

Director: Rohit Mittal