3 Storeys Movie Review : You cannot view life though the rose tinted glasses as the reality is often tough to sorrow
Director– Arjun Mukerjee
Genre – Thriller Drama
Studio – Excel Entertainment, B4U and Open Air Films
Rating – 3.0
The film has three different stories that are made at the backdrop of Mumbai Chawl. The very first narrative deals with a businessman who is looking for accommodation in the city who finally ends up taking up an overpriced home. The story deals with a lady who has to deal with his abusive and alcoholic husband. And the third story in film talks about the saga of forbidden love when we see a Hindu girl and a Muslim boy falling in love with each other.
The film is directed by Arjun Mukerjee who is doing his debut with 3 Storeys. Though the stories seems to be made at the backdrop of Mumbai Chawl, however, we see every story ending up with a cool twist, which showcases the light on human frailties along with some interesting circumstances that come along with different wishes and desires. Now if you look at the performances of the lead stars, we see Renuka Shahane playing the lady landlord giving her home in huge money seemed to have done a decent job. On the other side, Masumeh Makhija playing the character of a housewife who has to deal with his abusive husband too did cool role. Similar is the story with Pulkit Samrat and Sharman Joshi. Others also remain competitive in their roles and the lady that needs a standing ovation is Richa Chadha who despite having a small presence did a wonderful role in a seductress lady.
3 Storeys – The Last Word
The film smartly demonstrates the competitive art of skillfully narrating a story wherein all the loose ends of a story that remain tied together into a neat whole. You can think of catching it as we know the fact is stranger than the fiction, however, the latter when narrated well can give you a good entertainment experience.