Vikram Bhatt is good to go to engage groups of onlookers with three changed web arrangement featuring unmistakable TV stars.
While “Bent” features Nia Sharma in her sexiest symbol till date, “Gehraiyaan” is a loathsomeness thriller that has the ‘Ek Hasina Thi’ jodi Sanjeeda Shaikh and Vatsal Sheth, and Spotlight has “Dahleez” popularity Tridha Choudhury as Sana Sanyal noticeably guaranteeing all the spotlight.
What’s more, after a survey of the “Gehraiyaan” trailer, we are back with an investigation of the trailer of Spotlight!
What is Spotlight about?
Spotlight follows the voyage Sana Sanyal, a best in class performer in the Hindi film industry whose desire knows no limits. Yet, similar to all others, her heart pines for intimate romance, that she finds while taking a shot at her first huge spending film inverse a youthful and dashing wedded on-screen character.
After Sana pursuing him, they begin a tornado sentiment and both fall for each other.
At the point when there are chances that news of this sentiment can break her vocation, Sana keenly accomplishes something which stuns everybody! She talks freely about her undertaking which picks up her brownie focuses in the outside world yet harms her adoration life and all the while, she begins making more foes.
Furthermore, what takes after is disrupting vocations, mean moves, court cases and mud throwing. Will Sana maintain the inconvenience that she is welcoming? What will be the ultimate result of the “messy” Bollywood control amusement?
What we enjoyed:
The slogan of the web arrangement proposes ‘Bollywood Exposed’ and it remains consistent with these words. The web arrangement gives a look into the huge terrible universe of Bollywood and serves unforgiving reality and truth to us on a plate.
We get the opportunity to see Tridha Choudhury in a never-seen symbol, that of an attractive sensation who has shed every one of her hindrances. Also, we like it.
What we didn’t care for:
The idea, as we specified in the feature, is done and tidied. We have seen comparable ideas in the motion pictures ‘Page 3’, “Design” and “Courageous woman” and there is nothing that we haven’t seen some time recently.
Likely the storyline has been changed a bit, yet there is nothing in “Spotlight” that we haven’t seen some time recently. Be that as it may, we do extol Tridha for taking up a striking symbol and an intense idea.
Appraisals: 2 stars (**)