In our society, it is very common for girls to be victims of body shaming. Being black or fat, he has to endure humiliation all his life, but here, director Amar Kaushik’s ‘Bala’ talks about the baldness of boys. The concept of movie is amazing and worthy to watch. Let us check it out more about it.
Bala Movie Review
- Genre – Drama, Comedy
- Star Cast – Ayushman Khurana, Yami Gautam, Bhumi Pednekar, Javed Jaffrey, Saurabh Shukla
- Director – Amar Kaushik
- Rating – 3/5
Story of The Movie
Balmukund alias Bala (Ayushman Khurana) had thick and silky hair as a child and he used to do be a quite proud on that. But by the age of twenty-five years, his dense and feeding “chaman” was so devastated that the hair of the head started going fast. Due to increasing baldness, Bala’s childhood girlfriend leaves him. It makes fun of him in society. The job gets demotion and is given the job of selling fairness cream from the post of the executive. She could not get married. Bala, who considers hair to be the crown of the head, adopts hundreds of tips to grow hair, they may be ridiculous or disgusting, but Bala is sure that his hair bag will surely blossom one day.
Although his childhood school mate Latika (Bhumi Pednekar) tries to show him the mirror, again and again, he gets irritated with Latika. Latika, a well-known lawyer by profession, has been a victim of black color but has never felt inferior. On the other hand, Bala, who has tried every trick of growing hair, when he prepares himself for a hair transplant, he realizes that he may have problems due to diabetes. After being desperate in every way, he wears a wig brought by his father (Saurabh Shukla), his confidence returns. With the same confidence, he expresses his love for Tick Talk star Pari (Yami Gautam). The matter reaches the wedding floor, but Pari is unaware of Bala’s baldness. What will happen when he learns the truth of Bala’s baldness? Will Bala be able to accept her own baldness? You will have to watch the film to know this.
Why To Watch Bala
Moving to the bottom of the issue, he decorated it with comedy flavors rather than immersing it in the syrup of melodrama. Kanpur Accent makes the characters fun in the story made in the backdrop of Kanpur. The first half is very funny, but in the second half, the speech begins to reflect in the story, but the climax gives a beautiful message.
- It would have been better if the director Bhoomi Pednekar as a black girl paid little attention to her makeup.
- One-liners such as ‘Hair Loss No Identity Loss Ho Haya Hamara’ by writer Niren Bhatt are successful.
- The song ‘Don’t be Shay’ by Badshah, Shalmali, Gurdeep and Sachin-Jigar have become visible in Sachin-Jigar’s music.
- Yami Gautam has strongly portrayed the role of Small Town Tick Talk star and his mentality. They are beautiful too.
- The choice of Bhoomi’s roles will have to be admired. After the old grandmother of the bull’s eye, she has lived up to the character of black girl Latika.
- Saurabh Shukla, Javed Jaffrey, Seema Pahwa, Deepika Chikhaliya and Abhishek Banerjee have heavily entertained in supporting roles.
- Ayushmann Khurrana once again proved that he is capable of doing all kinds of roles with superb and lively acting. Choosing a bald character as an actor could also be risky for his image, but he not only dared to pick him up but also got caught in that role.
In The Last
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