Woh 3 Din Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast

Woh 3 Din Movie Review
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Just a few days back, Prakash Jha’s ‘Matto Ki Cycle’ was released. Was a wonderful film. Excellent filming of the life of a daily wage laborer. It was told that this was art cinema. Now another film has come Sanjay Mishra’s ‘Woh 3 Din‘. It is also called art cinema.

Woh 3 Din Movie Story:

Ram Bharosa is taking care of his family by driving a rickshaw. Apart from his wife, he has a daughter in his family. She is doing graduation. He has not paid college fees for 6 months. There is a loan on Ram Bharosa. In such a situation, he meets a man, who describes himself as Walter White. He promises to give three thousand for three days for driving a rickshaw. At the behest of his friend, Ram Bharosa agrees to accompany him. But Walter suddenly disappears on the last day without paying the money. Now the entry is of Police Inspector Dayanand. He helps Ram Bharosa to find that person. So that he can get three thousand rupees. Does that person get it? If received, is the money refunded? The story of the entire film revolves around this.

Woh 3 Din Movie Cast:

  • Sanjay Mishra
  • Payel Mukherjee
  • Purva Parag
  • Ram Singh Rajput
  • Rajesh Sharma
  • Rakesh Shrivastava
  • Chandan Roy Sanyal
  • Amjed Qureshi

Woh 3 Din Movie Release Date:

  • 30 Sept 2022 (Cinema)

Woh 3 Din Movie Trailer:

Woh 3 Din Movie Review:

How much do three thousand rupees mean for a rickshaw-wala? The film shows its cinematic peak. In some places, it also tries to show how society judges a person by his work.

The good thing about the film is that it doesn’t just stick to rickshaws and three thousand. In between, he also makes small sarcasm. It reflects the mindset of society. It also shows the troubles of a woman and her daughter living in a poor house.

The film travels throughout with the emotion of Ram Bharosa. But in many places, a little suspense also tries to be a thriller. But you feel cheated in this matter. Director Raj Ashu composes some shots of it as if something will happen in the future. But the film runs flat. There was no particular need to create an atmosphere without meaning. ‘Woh 3 Din‘ came through several international film festivals. It also got awards in some places. This was also publicized in its trailer. But this is not a film of that quality.

The biggest drawback is that this film takes less, more play. There’s nothing wrong with that though. But in such a situation the scenes should have been layered. Inside what is being said, something else should have been told. A few simple and meaningless sequences bore you. Time and again a person comes to Ram Bharosa’s house and asks for money from his wife. There it appears that it has been used as a filler. The film is such that you can even take a 10-minute power nap. It won’t matter.

Technical Aspect:

If the story is flat, then the treatment should be vigorous. Screenplay and dialogues should be fevicol-like. This is where the film falls on its face. Jigar Khan’s cinematography is good in some places. Have a view of the river. Be it drone shots or some shots used in montages. A shot in which Ram Bharosa and Walter are sitting at the table and the camera is placed under the table. Great shot composition. The song ‘Dagmag Mag Dug’ is also good. Sanjay Mishra himself sings it. Background music is also fine. The technical side is a bit weak. There may have been places where the rickshaw wala shots fell short. In those places, it is seen separately that they have been filmed by putting a greenscreen behind them.

Acting:

Sanjay Mishra has once again shown that he is a great actor. He has imbibed both the mood and the state of the rickshaw man. Rajesh Sharma, who became a police inspector, is also an accomplished artist. He has also presented a sample of this. Chandan Sanyal has also done a fine job. But it seems that his dialogues were not written. He is saying nothing in the film. Although his character is also like this. Rakesh Srivastava, who became Sanjay’s friend, has also done the right thing. Purva Parag is very loud in the role of Ram Bharosa’s wife. They haven’t done a good job. The rest of the actors are almost all very loud. It is not necessary that they should be louder than the voice. His acting is loud. Whether it is shining eyes or waving hands. Theater acting is seen everywhere, not with cameras.

Verdict:

The film could have been better. It was a great occasion. But ‘Woh 3 Din‘ is not of the kind that you can appreciate in the name of art cinema.

Woh 3 Din Movie Rating:

  • 3 / 5 (⭐⭐⭐)

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