Beautiful featured movie review: a predictable love story

Parth Suri by Agasthya Manju and 'Beautiful', protagonist of Naina Ganguly, promoted and produced by RGV, today are the screens.

The film has been called an ode to Rangeela, the success of 1995 Ram Gopal Varma director protagonist Urmila Matondkar , Aamir Khan and Jackie Shroff. Despite being directed by Agasthya, 'Beautiful' is conceptualized by RGV and does not come close to the original.

Beautiful is the story of Rini (Naina Ganguly) and Mayank (Parth Suri) who live in a poor settlement in Dharavi, Mumbai. Despite his circumstances, Rini is the type who will find happiness in whatever he has, a manic pixie who will dance in the rain, will dress in good clothes despite living in a chawl and fighting foolishly with his lover, but He will also tolerate his nonsense. . Mayank, a mechanic, is her polar opposite, who wants to make him big and die before accepting Rini's help because she is a woman. He also has an ego the size of an airplane hangar where he will be able to win a race between them on purpose, but still pouches if he celebrates, which gives a hint of what follows. Rini soon gets a role in a Bollywood movie and, of course, their lives change later. There is also, of course, a manager who will ruin your love.

The first half of 'Beautiful' has too little plot and too many shots of Naina Ganguly dancing randomly in a sensual way. The film seems to be trapped between a rock and a hard place because even when the plot tries to tell a story it is not shown effectively, especially when Naina Ganguly's acting style is extremely exaggerated. Parth does a good enough job, offering serious performance with the role he has been assigned. Ravi Shankar's music is silly, but the background music is good enough. With things reaching a critical point just before the interval, it remains to be seen how the second half will do.