If not for the improvised bickering, (I know I have said this before too) I wouldn’t care for any of it. Any. The writers Raj and D.K. and not the director Amar Kaushik’s Stree falls under the category of passable films. And yet it cannot be considered it. There is much more in there. Don’t get me wrong I don’t mean the social messages that it tries to pass on. For I am not sure on what it is trying to say. All I am focusing on are the actors and their inherent skill of improvising so effortlessly on field, on screen. The actors are so fixated, so focused in their characters and how or in what way could it serve the purpose of tickling its audience that what you get behind the stage is what you will take home after the credit starts rolling. At one point, Pankaj Tripathi utters, “Yes means yes.” To me, that summarizes the film aptly. It does not hold any profound speech. It’s just funny. They are mocking. They are having fun.

Posted by:Arth

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