Review – Tribhanga – A film with moving emotions

Directed by: Renuka Shahane
Produced by: Ajay Devgn, Parag Desai, Deepak Dhar, Rishi Negi, Siddharth P Malhotra, Sapna Malhotra
Written by: Renuka Shahane
Starring: Kajol, Tanvi Azmi, Mithila Palkar
Music by: Sanjoy Chowdhury
Cinematography: Baba Azmi
Edited by: Jabeen Merchant
Production company: Ajay Devgn FFilms, Banijay Asia, Alchemy Films
Distributed by: Netflix
Release date: 15 January 2021[1]
Running time: 95 minutes
Country: India
Language: Hindi
Review - Tribhanga - A film with moving emotions
Kajol is doing some meaningful these days and is also playing her age in all her films. The latest film that has come out on Netflix is Tribhanga which is directed by Renuka Shahane. Read our review to find out whether the film is worth a watch or not.
Review - Tribhanga - A film with moving emotions
The film is told through the eyes of Kunal Roy Kapoor. Nayanthara(Tanvi Azmi) is a veteran and popular writer who is penning her autobiography. But she has a troubled relationship with her daughter Anuradha(Kajol). But Anuradha and her own daughter, Masha(Mithila Parkar) are very close. The film gets into an emotional mode when Nayanthara falls into a coma. The trauma and emotional bond that the women of three-generations go through is the story of this film.
Review - Tribhanga - A film with moving emotions
Kajol is undoubtedly the star of the film with her killer attitude and performance. She has done well as the frustrated daughter and the manner in which she fights and emotes with her mother in all her scenes was top-notch to see. Tanvi Azmi, the veteran actress is gold and has given one of the finest performances. The manner in which she gets bogged down and is helpless in the film, Tanvi has shown it well. Mithila Parkar is also a noted actress and she also brings out the best in her limited scenes of what she has got. 
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The film is directed by a lady director and that is the reason, she has centered her story around three strong women and brought out some of the best performances from them. The film is indeed told from a serious point of view and brings an emotional edge for the audience. 
Mithila Parkar
The troubled relationships will jolt you and have been showcased without a hitch. The music and the manner in which meaningful dialogues are said to one another look solid. The film has a slow pace and emotions take time to get over you. As the film is only one and a half hours, the three stories of women in different generations are nicely told.
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There are not many glitches in the script and scenes can get melodramatic at times. The film is serious and can get tedious as it has troubled people being showcased. If you are not having an issue with such serious subjects, then Tribhanga can be savored with a doubt.
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