Cast : Harshvardhan Kapoor , Saiyemi Kher , Anuj Choudhary.
Plot : Mirziya is set in two eras , one is the current one and the other one is a few centuries back . Monish and Suchi are childhood friends , but due to certain circumstances , they get separated. Love blossoms between , when they meet years later . This time , Suchi is engaged to yuvraj Karan , while Monish is working as a stable boy . Mirziya is about the hurdles they have to face .
My view : The colorful trailer and the melodious songs that were constantly played on the radio , pushed me to watch Mirziya today.
Mirziya takes place in two different timelines . One being the current and the other being centuries ago . The movement between the two timelines takes place in such a way that it doesn’t bore the viewer .
Sayami Kher plays Suchi and Sahiban. I liked her fierce portrayal of love , esp the fierceness in her eyes . I liked the body language she uses to portray both Sahiban and Suchi .
Harshvardhan kapoor, as Mirziya and Monish , plays his character subtly . He maintains a calm endevour when he is around the royal family . A lot many times , his dialogue delivery reminded me of Sonam Kapoor.
I liked the child who played young Monish . He is cute and bubbly .
Anuj chaudary as yuvraj Karan , plays his part royally by walking and talking like a prince . He knows how to respect his girl . I also liked the way he portrays his anger and anguish , when he gets to know about Suchi and Monish .
Art Malik as Suchi’s father , churns out dialogues from Shakespeare in style . He is my favorite in Mirziya .
I liked the chemistry between Monish and Suchi . A lot of scenes between the two are very emotional . I liked the scene where Suchi recognizes Monish .
The cinematography is good , it is very colorful . The beauty and color of Rajasthan has been captured , beautifully by the camera .
The dialogues are very poetic .
Mirziya is more of a musical , with the movie breaking into songs every 5 minutes . But , they form a part of the screenplay and doesn’t bore . Few of the songs have been choreographed well . I liked one of the dance scenes , where the dancers are seen exchanging hammers with each other .
Mirziya is a little longer than 2 hours . But it is a good watch . I would suggest watching Mirziya over this long weekend .
Quotes that caught me :
Roz ek page likhta hu sir .
Hota hai ,ishq mè aisa hota hai.
Modern day kings are building economic empires .
Wahi toh ghum hai, tum hai Nahi.
Lonely girl ka lol be song madam.
Motorcycle ki baat alag hai.
Main nahi pukar saktha tumhara naam .
Ab safeda bhi aapka hai.
Suchi se pyaar karta tha sir , aur abhi karta hai.
You too Brutus .
Goof up :
In one scene , the scar on Karan’s forehead is on the right . A few scenes later , it is shown on the left .
Similarly , when Monish falls off the horse , it is his left temple that hits a rock , but later he bleeds from the right side of his forehead.
Remometer : 3.5 /5
Remometer Legends :
1 : I ran out of the theater.
2 : I will never watch this again.
2.5 : average . Can skip watching on big screen.
3 : One time watch on the big screen.
3.5 : Fan girl. Will definitely watch again , that too on big screen.
4 : Overwhelmed. Can’t stop thinking of it . Deeply moved .
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