Did Tapsee’s THAPPAD really hit hard against all remorseless men?

Cast: Tapsee Pannu, Pavali Gulati, Ratna Pathak Shah, Tanvi Azmi, Dia Mirza, Ram Kapoor, Naila Grewal

Director: Anubhav Sinha

Cinematography: Soumik Mukherjee

Music: Mangesh Dhakde

Language: Hindi

The plot revolves around Amrita (Tapsee) who’s a home maker and her husband (Vikram) who is gearing up to start their new life abroad. When Vikram (Pavali Gulati) faces some odd situations he slaps his wife (Amrita) in a party which later turns things upside down between them. She decides to keep up her self respect while others in her family doesn’t bother about her remorseless husband.

” Tapsee’s subtle performance makes it lovely when she dances and makes us feel sorry when she’s experiencing  pain. “

Tapsee’s bond with her father in this film adds beauty in the plot and Pavali’s performance is also commendable. The visuals look so pleasant. The plot reveals that many women may want their own identity, chase their passion and do what they love rather than being a proud home maker alone.

But they almost forgot their dreams while they where busy trying to keep their husbands happy. The scene where Amrita’s mother-in-law confesses that it was her mistake and all parents mistake that they didn’t teach their sons  don’t have any rights to slap a woman is definitely noteworthy.

Almost all the women (like amrita’s mom, her brother’s girlfriend , maid, her advocate) in this plot would be mishandled by their men, which makes us to raise question if the writer wants to accuse all men (on the whole) for ill treating their wife.

” This movie will open up many perspectives in our minds and will have a take a away. “
Also , few of us might feel the entire drama would have ended if Vikram had asked sorry and really felt bad for slapping her.
The background score could have been better since the script demands many emotional scenes it lacked a good background score.
Tapsee definitely makes this film more and more better with her excellent performance.
Definitely THAPPAD would be a WORTH watch.

Stream it in Amazon prime and blow your minds with new perspectives.


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