This #Traffic isn’t Jam, It clears a route for humanitarian duty!  

Saturday, May 7, 2016

Verdict: 3 /5starts

Based on a true event, this story is known to many, for already defined destination, Need and needy are set but the only thing is not manifested is journey, so despite all these predictable elements #Traffic is perfect homage to its Director Late Rajesh Pillai who manages to bring some enticing twists which certainly disquiets you for moments, coerce us to hold our breaths. It is really tough to hold the audience who already aware of the result. But believe me he broke the barrier and drove his vehicle smoothly.

I don’t want to discuss flaws; my concern is to greet this, which gave me an emotional treat, it’s kind of a multi-starrer film but not Star with Super tags, it’s a multi – most-underrated-artists film. Every character looks so authentic and properly drawn that compels you to believe in them whether its Prasenjit Chatterjee as an arrogant super star Dev Kapoor, or a helpless but very caring mother Divya Dutta or Mr. Manoj Bajpayee as traffic cop, or Jimmy Shergil, they all tied-up in a way that flung some outstanding colors to the screen. Kittu Gidwani after so long in her small role brings more sense to it.

This film is just like jammed traffic, has many threads and layers in the belly, all unknown characters living in a different time and space just brought together to accomplish one mission. But they all have some past or even running stories behind them, some are gruesome some may be blatant, nevertheless, in spite of having so much flying threads it is knitted into very convincing screenplay. And last but not the least Director Rajesh Pillai eliminates all traffic lights to give this a memorable journey for himself and for us.

Sometimes tears rolled for failure, sometimes it spills-out from pride but in both the ways it comes-out naturally and I tasted it in all circumstances and I believe that it tastes much sweeter when it flows down with pride.

NOTE: I am sure this film does the same with you. But it leaves us with one very pertinent question, What if it happens with someone who is Poor, Ordinary, Middle class citizen of the country?

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