Aamir Khan’s film ‘Secret Superstar’ is being released on Diwali. There is no doubt that the audience was eagerly waiting for the film. Yes, why not .. This year, small budget films have been playing on Dhhamal.
Let’s say the first screening of the Secret Superstar has also been done. And we want to be happy to tell that everyone has given standing ovation to the film. The film has received much appreciation. Along with Bollywood stars, film critics also liked the film.
At the same time, according to trade pundits, no matter how good the film is. But on earnings from the second day will be done only. While the opening of the film will be more than 8 to 10 crores. Because on Diwali, people like to spend more time with home and family.
The film starts and remains with fifteen-year-old Vadodara-based Insiya (Wasim) who longs for turning into an acclaimed artist. A controlling, oppressive father (Arjun), a resigned yet strong mother (Vij), an elderly relative, a younger sibling, a simpatico school companion, and her cherished guitar: these make up Insiya’s reality. Furthermore, each of these components is so deftly presented and built up that we are completely put resources into the young lady.
The second half slides. The certainty that the account appears before all else starts to falter as it incorporates contraptions and unsurprising bends. We are pulling for Insiya the distance, and when she is made to get through no sweat, her triumph appears not sufficiently earned.
Furthermore, that damages the film, which opens with credits in Hindi, English and Urdu, as was standard when Hindi silver screen’s allure cut crosswise over dialects, gatherings of people and socioeconomics. It is a genuine excite to see that opening edge – a prepare slicing through a field, a series of antakshari being played in a compartment, and a youthful confident face watching out of the window. You see the film putting the story in the first place, and the star second, much the same as it occurred in Taare Zameen Par, however the result isn’t as valid.
The greatest quality of Secret Superstar is the magnificent Wasim who was likewise in Dangal: it is such a joy to see a 15-year-old closely resemble a 15 year old, and not a painted doll. Both Vij as the mother and Arjun as the father are awesome, particularly the last mentioned, who doesn’t put a foot off-base.
Aamir Khan appears as the out-of-season performer Shakti Kumaarr, all tight creature printed Ts and groin embracing pants, and keeping in mind that his I’m-so-overwhelming strutting schtick begins off entertaining, you wish he had more to do. Also, after a point, it begins feeling extended.
Luckily for the film, and us, we are left with youthful Insiya and her sparkling face, an encouraging sign for herself and young ladies in her circumstance. I enjoyed her massively, and Wasim plays her with extraordinary brio, a blend of shimmer and uncertainty. I wish I loved the film to such an extent.