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Plot: An anthology of four stories that sheds light on modern relationships from the viewpoint of the Indian woman.
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Staring at a wall for 2 hours would have been worth it
First of all, i am not a Bollywood fan. I think most of the Bollywood movies out there are just money grabbing machines, although some are worth watching( Rajkumar hiranis and aamir khan movies). Bollywood seems to apply the formula of women +feminism+love- mens views= a women crowd puller. Coming to this movie they have cheated netflix by saying that they are adding a new concept and wonder what? Lust!!. What a new concept right? Just the right formula to get both critics appraisal and grab money from the poor audience, mostly feminists. The movie started with radhika aptes story, who is a teacher obsessed with one of her students. There are mental thoughts happening with her which are shown as an interview section. The end was pretty average for general audience and mind blowing for feminists. The second movie was literally us staring at a wall for over 30 minutes. The movie was pointless and didnt knew where it was going. The third movie can be described as another wall which the audience needs to stare for a long time except one difference.. the wall is painted with a new colour. The best part was the last film by karan johar. This film had some life in it and provides occassional laughs. The end scene could have been funny if it was not copied from the Gerard butler movie ‘The ugly truth’. The scene was hilarious except the fact that it doesnt have the charm of the original movie. Overall this movie is just a typical movie which feminists can hold debates and appreciate. But for a regular movie buff this is just a money grabbing fare and can give it a skip. Watch The little death instead.
Capsule Review: Lust Stories (4 Stars)
There comes a film every once in a while that tries too hard to convey a message but falls flat on its own face mostly due to a lack of substantial content and heavy doses of embellishments. Netflix’s Lust Stories is one such anthology film with four 30-minute stories that aspire to break taboos associated with women’s sexuality but are, in fact, purveyors of nonsense. Except for Karan Johar and Anurag Kashyap hitting one or two right chords with their stories about vaginal pleasure and emotional attachment respectively, Lust Stories gasps for freshness and logic. While Johar’s young housewife (Kiara Advani) is dissatisfied with her husband’s performance on bed and so looks for external stimuli in a righteous way, Kashyap’s teacher (Radhika Apte) is obsessed with a youngster who she had a poontang with despite telling him herself to not take it to the heart. Zoya Akhtar comes in third with her excellently acted trash about a housemaid (Bhumi Pednekar) taken for granted by her bachelor employer after they engage in some nasty sex. There’s not even a sprinkle of inference you can gather from the story other than the subtle performance by the cast which also include Neil Bhoopalam. Dibakar Banerjee certainly did not get the memo as his story looks like a nonsensical excerpt from an awful book. Manisha Koirala takes cues from Banerjee to take marital decisions for her character while enjoying the mess she has made the lives of two men and vice versa. (I mean it, don’t tell me otherwise.) The music and overall cast performance is good and high-energy, thanks to Netflix, but the content seems like it was concocted just to frame it with the word ‘feminism’ and then sent for human consumption. I get it when Johar tries to highlight the importance of women’s sexuality but it does not have to be forced, just like the little humor that Lust Stories overall boasts of. Don’t waste your time unless you want to have a look at how the actors look when they act ‘it’. TN.
Original Language hi
Runtime 2 hr (120 min)
Genre Drama, Romance
Director Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee, Karan Johar, Anurag Kashyap
Writer Radhika Apte (segment), Dibakar Banerjee (segment), Anurag Kashyap (segment), Ruchika Oberoi (segment), Sumit Saxena (segment)
Actors Radhika Apte, Bhumi Pednekar, Kiara Advani, Vicky Kaushal
Awards 2 nominations.
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