Taish Movie

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Taish Movie Poster

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Taish Movie Synopsis


Taish is the story of two families who destroy each other. Rohan Kalra (Gym Surf) is a resident of the UK, India. He lives with Arfa Saeed Khan (Kriti Karbanda) from Pakistan. Rohan left work to live in the countryside with his family and attended the marriage of his brother Krish (Angur Rathi) with Mahi (Sova Morani). Rohan Arfa wants to join her, but worries about how his father (Iqbal Khan) will react when he comes to know that he is dating a Muslim woman. Arfa understood and stood behind him. Rohan goes home and his mother (Monisha Hassan) tries to set him up with Simmi (Melissa Raju Thomas). Meanwhile, Rohan's best friend Sunny Lalwani (Bulak Samrat) also attended the festival. He persuades Arfa to go to the wedding and also reveals the truth about his relationship with Rohan's parents. Everything is fine until one day the whole crowd comes to the pub to celebrate. Here, Rohan Gulzinder sees Brahma Akki Gali (Abhimanyu Singh). He was screaming and had to be taken home. Sunny was confused by the turn of events. Rohan revealed that Gully underwent sodomy at the age of 10. Sunny was angry. Gully returned to the pub where he was still. He was attacked in the bathroom. Gully survived but lost his voice and ability to walk. Gali's brother is a famous gangster, Polly Brar (Harshvardhan Rane). Polly surpasses Gulal as the latter marries the love of his life, Jahan (Sanjita Sheikh). But when he came to know about Gully's condition, he went out to find out who had done it. When she realizes that Sunny is there, Pauly decides to take revenge. On the wedding day, he kills Chris. What happens next forms the rest of the film.

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Taish Movie Review


Director Bijoy Nambiar made a disastrous debut in Shaitan [2011]. The way he wore the helmet in the film Perfect made it difficult for many to believe that this was his first visit. His next Bollywood films David [2013] and WAZIR [2016] did not live up to expectations, but not all expectations lived up to him. Now he is back with TAISH and from the trailer, it looks like a sensational action gesture. So does TAISH manage to entertain and impress the audience? Or fail to impress? let's study.


Taish is the story of two families who destroy each other. Rohan Kalra (Gym Surf) is a resident of the UK, India. He lives with Arfa Saeed Khan (Kriti Karbanda) from Pakistan. Rohan left work to live in the countryside with his family and attended the marriage of his brother Krish (Angur Rathi) with Mahi (Sova Morani). Rohan Arfa wants to join her, but worries about how his father (Iqbal Khan) will react when he comes to know that he is dating a Muslim woman. Arfa understood and stood behind him. Rohan goes home and his mother (Monisha Hassan) tries to set him up with Simmi (Melissa Raju Thomas). Meanwhile, Rohan's best friend Sunny Lalwani (Bulak Samrat) also attended the festival. He persuades Arfa to go to the wedding and also reveals the truth about his relationship with Rohan's parents. Everything is fine until one day the whole crowd comes to the pub to celebrate. Here, Rohan Gulzinder sees Brahma Akki Gali (Abhimanyu Singh). He was screaming and had to be taken home. Sunny was confused by the turn of events. Rohan revealed that Gully underwent sodomy at the age of 10. Sunny was angry. Gully returned to the pub where he was still. He was attacked in the bathroom. Gully survived but lost his voice and ability to walk. Gali's brother is a famous gangster, Polly Brar (Harshvardhan Rane). Polly surpasses Gulal as the latter marries the love of his life, Jahan (Sanjita Sheikh). But when he came to know about Gully's condition, he went out to find out who had done it. When she realizes that Sunny is there, Pauly decides to take revenge. On the wedding day, he kills Chris. What happens next forms the rest of the film.


The story of Bejoy Nambiar is decent. On paper, it should sound like a big cheer. But the script by Anjali Nair, Karthik R Iyer, Bejoy Nambiar, and Nicola Louis Taylor did not do justice. Some scenes are very well written and thought out, but some scenes are very average that will only add to the length of the script. The dialogues between Kunjjit Chopra and Beyaz Nambiar were not very big, but some one-liners enjoyed it a lot in the first half. However, the use of Punjabi for Polly scenes and surrounding characters may force viewers to apply subtitles.


Begum Nambiar's movement would be better no doubt he is technically superior and he uses his knowledge and expertise to maximize impact in many scenes. The use of red lights in particular is fantastic and helps in visual feasting. Some scenes were different. However, he failed to cover the holes in the script. The way Polly and her family run is also incredible in Britain. They have no fear of the law, and they have cell phone use even though Polly is disorganized and prison officials are on their salaries! In fact, the film would have been more realistic if it had been set in Uttar Pradesh than in the UK! Second, the first half is still good, but the film disappears in the second hour. Why did Rohan breakup with Arfa? Could he live with Arfa and get angry? The second issue is Pali and Jahan's love story. The song deserves a backdrop that is not superficially known.


Taish has a brilliant debut that determines the tone and conflict between Polly and Gali. Kalra focuses on the family and how they prepare for Krishna and Mahi's marriage. A few scenes stand out here as Rohan tries to defer his mother's marriage, and Rohan confesses that he wants to marry Arfa. The scene where Rohan confesses to Arfa from his parents (the picture in the mirror is very cleverly made here) and the scene where he tortures his father to be rude to Arfa, in the first hour There are two excellent scenes. The film goes to another level when Sunny makes a serious attack on Kuni. The tragic sequence of Krishna's death also increases the impact. But the film survives from here. The way the story moves forward two years and the way Rohan spins is very difficult to digest. Scenes of issues coming from the Pro Gang also turn blue. Sunny's attempt to imprison Polly, some scenes such as the climax scene in the nightclub, again caught attention. But these shots are very few. The last without legs. Also, at 2.22 hours, the film is very long.


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Taish Movie Screenshot 3


However, TAISH is adorned with some excellent performances by artists who will try to elevate the script. It can be said that the gym surf has more time on the screen and does a better job. He often played twisted characters, where he was able to play a proper episode for a change. And he was able to judge. Harshvardhan Rane looks attractive and offers an early performance rate. He removes fear and proves beneficial to his character. The wonder of the movie Bulak Samrat. Here, he plays the role of an aggressive, stubborn man and goes completely to the skin of his character. She is even better in the action scene in the bathroom. Kriti Karbanda gives an amazing and amazing performance. Sanjita Sheikh is definitely fine and her character is not finished properly. João Morani has an outstanding screen presence. Angkor Rathe is polite. Abhimanyu Singh is as reliable as ever. Melissa Raju Thomas made a big impression. Surah Sachdeva (Sookie) provides a performance to watch. Viraf Patel (Shoshi) is good, but it has not been established how his character of Kalra is known. Other notable artists include Igloo Khan, Monisha Hassan, Armaan Kera (Jassi Poora), Saloni Batra (Sanobar Poora), Kunika Sadanand (PG), Mahavir Fuller (Kian Ji), Akanksha Kumar Sharma (Sattu), and Shivanshu Bond.


Music is a failure. 'Shehnai bane does', and Jaako 'and Mod Sawan Mod Muhar' have been partially recorded. The rest of the songs like 'Le Cole Cole', 'C Roshni Si', 'e Ri Pauri', 'Everything I Seed Light', A Milla Na Tu 'are unforgettable. Kaurava Rao Kotkindi and Govind Vasanta have better background scores. Harsher Oberoi's cinematography is appropriate. The moving camerawork is interesting. Ian von Temperley's action works because it is not so horrific. Kobialka Gulwadi dresses are particularly attractive in the wedding line. Mander de Nagankar is rich in product design. The editing of Priyank Prem Kumar can be even more smooth. The film should be less than 15-20 minutes.


Overall, TAISH relies on an interesting story and is embellished with some excellent performances. But the longer length and weaker second half reduce the effect to a great extent.

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