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QARIB QARIB SINGLLE - Not as bright, lively and entertaining as its trailer. (Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing)
12 Nov, 2017 | Movie Reviews / 2017 Releases / Just In

The short review of QARIB QARIB SINGLLE by Bobby Sing can be read at the following link @UCNews app/portal.


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Shared below are views - Beyond the initial write-up with more interesting insights.
 
Relying completely on its lead couple, asking them to perform some magic instead of the script, the characterization in QARIB QARIB SINGLLE remains seriously questionable throughout showcasing a mysterious and supposedly mature man missing his flight (just like that) travelling with a lady, and then boarding an altogether different looking train standing at the opposite platform on the station, as if that can happen with anyone in real life and is nothing uncommon. 
 
On the other hand, a mature woman agrees to travel with a stranger (an eccentric sounding man) met through a dating website, about whom he doesn’t even know much as a person, seems hard to believe even if you consider it to be an off-beat romantic drama representing the present times. In fact it becomes even more unbelievable, if you think about it realistically in the current scary scenario.
 
Anyway that still would have worked as a romantic comedy, if their interactions were more entertaining and engaging throughout the two hours and some interesting twists were there introducing the three old girlfriends. But nothing of that sort happens in the entire duration resulting in a below average, less engrossing film that literally wastes two exceptionally capable actors, that wasn’t expected from Tanuja Chandra and her comeback project.
 
Moreover, at times the camera zooms into Parvathi and she starts looking into it as if she is talking to the viewers. But again with no verbal communication in such moments, the ‘House of Cards’ inspired insertion simply falls flat resulting in nothing. 
 
In short, this can only be seen if you are a fan and just interested in either of the two lead actors more than anything else.
 
Rating : 2 / 5

Tags : QARIB QARIB SINGLLE Beyond The Review by Bobby Sing at bobbytalkscinema.com, New Films Reviews by Bobby Sing, Irrfan Khan films, Parvathy debut in Hindi films.
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