Movie -Sui Dhaaga
Director– Sharat Katariya
Producer – Maneesh Sharma and Aditya Chopra
Production Studio – Yash Raj Films
Writer– Sharat Katariya
Music -Anu Malik
Cinematography – Anil Mehta
Editor– Charu Shree Roy
Rating – 3.5
Sui Dhaaga – Made in India talks about the journey of an honest man, who comes from his humble start for becoming a celebrated social entrepreneur. The film has a heartwarming story of pride, self-reliance, and perseverance. The film simply talks about the requirement of the social entrepreneurship, which happens to be a tool that are required for the social and economic development of the artisans, who happens to be living their life over the margins owing to the changing times.
The film story’s is an attempt to promote local vendors and brands to embark upon as an emerging brand. It will help the people who love their country dearly and want to keep their country’s name alive at any cost. In a market when we have an open economy wherein the products from other countries particularly China is prospering, at this stage the love for India’s brand is significant. When the present government is taking no stone unturned to allow other brands to prosper here, at this stage, a movie that makes India the ultimate brand is really appreciable. Thus the content and idea of the film is interesting and should be appreciated. The story has the qualm to grip the audience for a longer run and to do many things for their welfare.
Such a rich content film with a tangible message, a strong star cast is required and Yash Raj is smart enough to rope in good actors in the lead role. The film’s lead role played by Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma is simply applauding. The director has given the best for the audience and would certainly going to sustain for long. The music and other elements like screenplay and dialogues were cool and so was the photography and other elements.
Sui Dhaaga – The Last Word
The film comes with a tangible message with good performance and is likely to stay here for long. It offers the best before the audience and would last long in one way or the other with its rich content. Though it becomes a onetime watch film yet can be a worthy one to catch this weekend..