Review: Amitabh Bachchan, Boman Irani and Anupam Kher’s ‘Aachai’ will go straight to the heart -pencuri movie

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It is said that the relationship of friendship is higher than all relationships and the height that filmmaker Sooraj Barjatya has given to the beauty of this relationship through the unconditional friendship of four friends, touches the heart in itself. At the beginning of the film, there is a dialogue of megastar Amitabh Bachchan, ‘I have heard that every question gets an answer in this Everest, it is to be seen how many answers we get here?’ There are many questions in the lives of a trio of friends who have left the world to fulfill their last wish to go to Everest Base Camp, and in this journey they find answers to all those questions. There is a new perspective towards life and relationships and through this the viewer goes home with a new hope and new thoughts at the end of the film.

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The story begins as a fun road trip, where noted best seller author Amit Srivastava along with his two other Langotias (Boman Irani) and Om (Anupam Kher) pay tribute to their late friend Bhupen (Danny Dengzongpa) and seek his blessings. To fulfill the last wish, they have set out to reach the height of the base camp of Everest. After this the story goes in flash back. It’s Bhupen’s anniversary and he always wanted his old friends to accompany him to Everest, but unfortunately on the night of his birthday, Bhupen bids adieu to the world due to a heart attack. At her final farewell, friends learn that Bhupen not only wanted to make them feel the height of Everest’s base camp, but also to tell her about the love of his boyhood, which made him decide not to marry for the rest of his life. had decided. Now all these friends are battling the challenges of their aging as well as health problems, but set out to make the impossible possible for the friend’s sake. All these friends also have their own stories. Javed, who runs a women’s lingerie shop, and his estranged wife Shabana (Neena Gupta) have a beautiful relationship, they also have a married daughter, Heeba, while Om has his own bookstore, which he can sell to mall builders at any cost. don’t want to sell. On the other hand, Amit is a very celebrated writer among social media and youth, but there are some such secrets in his real life too, which he has kept hidden due to his image. Mala (Sarika) also joins them as a co-traveller on this interesting road trip, but then these friends have no idea that the string of Mala is also connected to their lives somewhere. Parineeti Chopra accompanies him in this difficult journey as his captain and guide.

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Producer-director Sooraj Barjatya has returned with height after a full seven years. It would not be an exaggeration to say that he has made the story relevant without compromising on Rajshree’s family and cultural values. The interesting thing is that the director through this journey also takes the internal journey of the characters through introspection without any rhetoric. Though the story revolves around elderly characters, Suraj does not neglect the thinking of the generation and their problems through it. Parent-child, inter-generational discord is analyzed rationally. Sooraj has taken full care of the fact that in the emotional moments, when tears flow from the eyes, then there also come such light moments, where you cannot live without laughing or smiling. It is written in the scriptures that our mountains are the symbols of our Vedas and this is the Himalayas, ‘Even though we cannot see Himalayas, but we should not forget that within us we also have the power of Himalayas, which can help us in every aspect of life. Can cross the heights,’ the dialogues go deep into the depths of the heart. According to the films of today’s era, this film is very long. The journey of Delhi-Agra-Kanpur-Lucknow-Gorakhpur-Kathmandu is heart touching and enjoyable. The first half is strong, but in the second half, the story looks a bit chaotic. The background score is excellent. Irshad Kamil’s lyrics are soulful in Amit Trivedi’s music. Manoj Kumar Khatoi’s camera lens captures all the locations of this road trip beautifully. There is also a view of the food and culture of different places.

Height: Starcast and Acting
The fortress of acting in the film is the strongest. Every artist is accurate in his cast and this is the reason why everyone’s tunes are seen in harmony. There are many layers to the character of Big B and when he portrays this central character on screen, his style and swag as well as depth of emotion are visible. Anupam Kher in the role of a temperamental friend cannot live without accolades. Neena Gupta has become a benchmark for the success of such family roles. It is nice to see Sarika in the form of a garland after a long time. Boman Irani makes Javed’s character memorable with his special performance. Danny leaves a deep impression in a small role. Parineeti Chopra does justice to her role.

Why watch – Must watch this film explaining the meaning of friendship and life.

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