Deaf movie review of Qarib Qarib Singlle
November 23, 2017
A hearing perspective:
Qarib Qarib Singlle is a Hindi comedy, romance, drama film starring Irrfan Khan and Parvathy in the main roles.
The movie is directed by Tanuja Chandra and produced by Zee Studios and Jar Pictures.
The film introduces Jaya (Parvathy) as a 35-year-old single woman who has forgotten to enjoy life after her husband's death.
Jaya has become a workaholic who finds time for helping everyone but herself. Her brother and close friends keep suggesting her to move on in life and find a life partner.
She eventually signs up an online dating website and comes across Yogi (Irrfan Khan), who is completely opposite to her.
During one of the conversations, Jaya challenges Yogi that his ex-girlfriends don't really remember him as Yogi claims to.
To prove Jaya wrong, Yogi asks her out on a short trip to Rishikesh, Bikaner and Gangtok to meet his three ex-girlfriends.
Jaya agrees to go with Yogi but the journey turns out to be full of missed trains and taxi rides, heartbreaks and patching up with old friends.
By the end of the journey and the film, Jaya and Yogi get to know each other better but do they fall in love is shown as an open-ended climax.
Qarib Qarib Singlle is a one time watch film for its funny situations, good cast and acting and graceful handling of human emotions.
I'm going with three out of five stars.
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