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If you are looking for an ensemble of slice-of-life stories that are quirky, funny and close to reality, Unpaused will surely be your cup of tea. Filmed during the ongoing continuum of the pandemic, the anthology features five different segments by Raj & DK, Nikkhil Advani, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Avinash Arun, and Nitya Mehra.
A common thread runs through each story set during the lockdown. The stories of hope among the global crisis are fewer than those delving deeply into the irreparable suffering of people. A polite reminder, if I may say, to restore our faith in humanity. That when we are all helpless and in need, a stranger might show up risking her life to deliver groceries, or save us from our (inner) demons.
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In the first of five films written by Reshu and starring Gulshan Devaiah and Saiyami Kher, Glitch is dystopian. The storyline is set in 2030 where the virus is the new terrorist, and people are apparently hostile to “(frontline) warriors”. The virus has brought human beings to their knees, and yet the instinct to survive continues.
We meet our protagonists, two strangers, on a virtual date thanks to a glitch in the system. Despite the rapidly increasing death rate, Gulshan remains alive; while Saiyani takes on the role of a scientist working on the vaccine trial. The story tries to imagine lives led during a prolonged pandemic, where every other human is craving companionship. Gulshan is charming and has the perfect comic timing. The story leaves you with a thought, “How long does it take to fall in love at first sight?” About the same time it takes one to catch a virus!
The Apartment, the second in the anthology, is slightly different from the rest. The storyline is not dependent on the infectious outbreak, and the screenplay by Sanyuktha Chawla Shaikh tackles the difficult depiction of mental health.
Devika, played by Richa Chadha, is the wife of a prominent journalist, played by a sincere Sumit Vyas. She suffers from depression and anxiety. In the beginning of Janata Curfew, Devika learns that her world is collapsing after sexual assault allegations are hurled at her husband, and struggles to maintain her mental health and her life. But she finds a rescuer in a neighbour played by Ishwak Singh. As Devika, Richa takes us on an uncomfortable emotional ride, and anyone with an iota of understanding as to how depression works, would feel her pain.
The next three stories in the anthology are personal favorites, and in fact, could have been full features.
Devika Bhagat’s screenplay in RAT-A-TAT is lifted up a notch with fine performances. The storyline is simple – a 65-year-old single woman, easily annoyed, reluctantly helps a young, broke woman living next door. An unfortunate encounter with a rat brings the two of them together. Rinku Rajguru as Priyanka lights up the screen and complements the beautiful Lillete Dubey admirably. Even when she is wearing a mask, Rinku’s expressive eyes emote wonders. While the story sees a sudden jump to the conclusion rather strangely, there are moments of subtlety, such as when Rajguru’s character retorts in a scene, “So what I don’t speak Hindi, the rest of India also doesn’t speak Marathi, right?”
It is the last story in the anthology, Chand Mubarak, that also emphasizes the subtler moments, much like Vishnu. Shardul Bharadwaj as Rafiq and Ratna Pathak Shah as Uma are nuanced and impressive. This storyline, which Nitya Mehra wrote with Vidur Nauriyal and Tarun Dudeja, will warm your heart. The segment follows Uma finding solace in Rafiq, an auto driver, who goes out of his way to help her. One of the many thoughts I had while watching the unorthodox friendship unfold was, “Can we have more of Shardul Bharadwaj on OTT, please?”
About unpaused naya safar Movie (2021)
An anthology that brings together 5 unique creators of Hindi cinema featuring stories of love, new beginnings, second chances, and a glimmer of hope. Set and filmed in the times of the Covid-19 lockdown.
unpaused naya safar full movie Cast & Crew:
Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)
|Devika Bhagat||…||(Story & Screenplay)|
|Tarun Dudeja||…||(Script, Screenplay & dialogue)|
|Nitya Mehra||…||(Script, Screenplay & dialogue)|
|Vidur Nauriyal||…||(Script, Screenplay & dialogue)|
|Sanyuktha Chawla Shaikh||…||(Screenplay & Dialogies)|