Starring: Rajat Barmecha, Aayan Boradia, Ronit Roy, Ram Kapoor
A story of the life of Rohit (Barmecha) a teenage boy who was removed from his school due to misbehaviour. His mother died when he was young and was brought up by his father, a man whose face he hasn't seen in the past 8 years he spent at school. Bhairav Singh (Roy) fits the precise definition of a cold-hearted father. He demands to be called 'sir' at all times, would beat and abuse Rohit if he overrules any of his decisions, squashed all his hopes of becoming a writer and forced him to study engineering amongst many others. Rohit also met his half-brother, Arjun (Boradia) someone whose existence he was never aware of and also someone who goes through the same ordeal as Rohit but at a far younger age than him. The movie shows a family where the elders are orthodox and expect the household to be run as a prison camp and not as family. The words love never existed and shall never exist and the only thing that would be present is respect and silence. The movie excels with stupendous performances, especially from the child actors with Ronit Roy being an exact replication of the character. The movie is slow, which is inherent for its genre, but is recommended to all and an amazing watch.
Thumbs up: Acting
Thumbs down: A bit slow, single-story