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Photograph movie review: Emotionally captivating but test your patience due to its pace.

Modified On: 18 March 2019 | Reviewed By:

The film sometimes gets trapped into the arthouse cinema scenario due to long pauses, which makes the audience impatient.

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Director: Ritesh Batra | Music Director:


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Director: Ritesh Batra

Cast: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Sanya Malhotra

Photograph is set in Mumbai and the story talks about the two characters and their unconventional togetherness.

Ritesh Batra tried to give a different take to the same scenario which he used in his last film The LunchBox.

But here the situation looks little forced as its premise: a photographer Rafi who shoots visitors to Mumbai’s Gateway of India monument persuades a vastly younger chartered accountancy student Miloni to pose as his girlfriend to deflect pressure from his grandmother to get married.

If you have to consume into the film then you have to forgive this disbelief with the scenario of the film. Then the film looks poetic.


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I liked the way the film used the retro song for the narrative which actually helps to cope up with the mood of the film.

It’s never a surprise that Nawazuddin character’s name is Rafi.

Sanya Malhotra gives a subtle and matured performance. Though her character is underdeveloped, there are suggestions of love for acting in school.

But mostly we see her parents dictating her life while she remains submissive and subdued.

Nawaz gives and astute performance, his expressions say it all without uttering any dialogues.


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Pay close attention to the expressions in his eyes when he is near Miloni.

Farrukh Jaffar as the irrepressible dadi is commendable.

Pay close attention to the expressions in his eyes when he is near Miloni. There’s also Farrukh Jaffar as the irrepressible dadi – she’s spot on.

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