Alankrita Srivastava, the hand behind notable movies like ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ and ‘Made in heaven’ comes with another women-centric movie, battling feminism, sexism, misogyny to portray what goes through the daily life of women and what they want. Konkana Sen Sharma’s character Dolly is a normal Delhi-based working woman, who is extremely unsatisfied with her life. Her life takes a turn when her cousin comes to Delhi to live with her family. Kitty, who is an aspiring young girl knows what she wants and changes Dolly’s life too.
Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare Storyline:
The movie starts with a series of scenes where Dolly and Kitty (Bhumi Pendekar) go for a family trip, where Dolly’s husband inappropriately touches Kitty and while Kitty opens up to her sister about this, Dolly not only shook it up with a laugh but also blames her ‘hormones’ for the act. After that the story takes many twist and turns focuses on what these two women want from their life and how they realize at the end of it. The movie also focuses on freedom, not only from the society’s mindset but also from our own barriers. Vikrant Massey, Amol Parashar, Karan Kundra were seen portraying basic men of our society whom we come across daily.
Alankrita tried again to give that “Oh so womaniya” touch but somehow failed to match up with her own target. The story line was going good in the first half but somehow loses its route later. Konkana –
Bhumi duo was a hit, as they did complete justice to the characters but again if the screenplay was better the movie would definitely hit a star more. Overall it was a good one-time watch.
Cast: Bhumi Pednekar, Konkana Sen Sharma, Vikrant Massey, Amol Parashar, Karan Kundra
Director: Alankrita Srivastava