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Love Sonia: Journey of two sisters

Love Sonia: Journey of two sisters

This is a great work of art; it reflects the bitter side of life as many females go missing each year but no one knows what happens with those missing females. Being a debut director, Tabrez Noorani has done proper justice to the film.

Love Sonia is a story set somewhere far away from the cry and chaos of metropolitan cities. It’s the story revolving around two sisters Sonia (Mrunal Thakur) and Preeti (Riya Sisodiya). Their father Shiva (Adil Hussain), who is a farmer, is burdened under the monetary pressure of Dada Thakur (Anupam Kher). Shiva, a poor farmer, is helpless against the nature’s curse and hence decides to do the worst thing a father can do unbelievable thing about his daughters. Anyone cannot predict it. His inhuman decision resulted in a very tragic life of his daughters.

Shiva sells Preeti out to Dada Thakur and he then transports her to Mumbai in a whorehouse. Sonia loses herself on a quest of finding Preeti in a place full of inhumanity. The brothel is managed by Faizal aka Baabu Bhai (Manoj Bajpayee) and Madhuri (Richa Chadha). Major of the story is about how Sonia makes every possible effort, even if it was against her conscience, to reunite with Preeti.

Tabrez Noorani has designed this compilation of shocking facts in a film. Ritesh Shah’s Hindi dialogues are as barbaric as the script which goes very well with the story. Some situations are so well depicted they are too dark to be true.

Manoj Bajpayee as the cold-blooded brothel owner Baabu Bhai makes you hate him. Love the way how he has worked with his voice for this role, a very wicked addition. Richa Chadha as Madhuri adapts the very peculiar characteristics of a pimp flawlessly. Freida Pinto overplays her role at places but is a treat to watch because of her physical kinesics. Rajkummar Rao, in a little role, is very limited. This fling also might be because of the recent explosion of Rao’s talent; everyone wants to see the maximum of him.

 

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Sai Tamhankar – why you not doing Bollywood films on a regular basis? She has marvellously adapted all the mannerisms; from walk to talk. Adil Hussain does a fine job too; as a helpless farmer and father he expresses well.

Tabrez Noorani makes his debut as a director with Love Sonia and makes you wonder why he took this decision so late. His direction is top-notch which gleams this infernal story. One of the best things about the film is the metaphorical end in which Sonia writes out to every girl in this world who is suffering from human trafficking.

Over all film makes you think twice about these girls. Watch it once.

FilmiBhonga rates it 3.5 out of  5 stars

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