FATAFAT MOVIE REVIEW

FATAFAT MOVIE REVIEW

Released on April Fools day, Fatafat has all the ingredients a commendable short movie should have, Hitting hard on the reality that today everyone wants to achieve everything instantly, director Parijat Joshi and writer Tarun Dudeja blazingly tell a sweet paradoxical tale about a young call center employee, Kumar Vishwas, who has fallen pray to the "fatafat" rat race and just needs a little patience to solve all his life's troubles. Meanwhile Kumar Vishwas's way of finding patience is "hard to digest" While travelling back home from a disappointing day at work, the protagonist, comes across a salesman who is confidently selling patience pills in the bus and Vishwas decides to buy them, What happens next changes his life forever. Divyenndu Sharma is simply apt for his part as Kumar Vishwas and does not falter at all throughout, he is convincing in every scene and his expressions to portray a impatient man comes with great ease. Ishtiyak Khan as the salesman adds a much needed humor quotient to his character and has a smaller yet important part in the movie. The script keeps you connected and has no disengaging scenes, there is a tinge of humor and the plot is held tightly preparing the audience for what is gonna come towards the end. Overall the movie not only impresses but also somewhere between the lines there is a touch of relevance, releasing on 1st April, (fools day) on ZEE5, works well for what is already a nice play of words with the title. Rating 3.5 / 5 


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