Movie Review: 47 To 84

Cast: Natasha Rana, Zafar Dhillon, Mahaveer Bhullar, Neelam Sivia, Hardeep Gill and Ashish Duggal

Direction: Rajiv Sharma

Cast: Natasha Rana, Zafar Dhillon, Mahaveer Bhullar, Neelam Sivia, Hardeep Gill and Ashish Duggal

Direction: Rajiv Sharma

Production: Babli Singh, Shemaroo Films Pvt Ltd.

Story: ’47 to 84′ tells the saga of a nine year old girl who witnesses the chaos and massacre that erupted after the partition of India. And when she finally finds some peace and calm, her life is turned upside down as Delhi is engulfed in the madness following Indira Gandhi’s assassination leading to the brutal Sikh genocide.

Review: ’47 to 84′ is a drama movie which is based on real events. It shows the injustice and cruelty that thousands of Sikhs suffered during those terrible times. It also portrays the role of politicians and other civil officers in fanning the violence and unleashing a murderous hatred directed towards innocents. The movie also follows the subsequent desperate attempt for justice and redemption.

The movie is directed by Rajiv Sharma and produced by Babli Singh in association with Shemaroo Films Pvt Ltd. The screenplay of the movie is written by Lally Gill who conducted in depth research to incorporate the real life stories in the movie.The music of the movie is composed by R. Sheen.

Director Rajiv Sharma has to be commended for his intelligent handling of such a sensitive topic. The director however, is bit lacking in film making skills and in some sequences his lack of technique is visible. In terms of acting, the cast of the movie has had mix results. In some sequences, the acting is very good and in very next it looks amateurish which is made worse by some poor dialogue writing. The movie could have been made much better.

Babli Singh, Shemaroo Films Pvt Ltd.

Story: ’47 to 84′ tells the saga of a nine year old girl who witnesses the chaos and massacre that erupted after the partition of India. And when she finally finds some peace and calm, her life is turned upside down as Delhi is engulfed in the madness following Indira Gandhi’s assassination leading to the brutal Sikh genocide.

Review: ’47 to 84′ is a drama movie which is based on real events. It shows the injustice and cruelty that thousands of Sikhs suffered during those terrible times. It also portrays the role of politicians and other civil officers in fanning the violence and unleashing a murderous hatred directed towards innocents. The movie also follows the subsequent desperate attempt for justice and redemption.

The movie is directed by Rajiv Sharma and produced by Babli Singh in association with Shemaroo Films Pvt Ltd. The screenplay of the movie is written by Lally Gill who conducted in depth research to incorporate the real life stories in the movie.The music of the movie is composed by R. Sheen.

Director Rajiv Sharma has to be commended for his intelligent handling of such a sensitive topic. The director however, is bit lacking in film making skills and in some sequences his lack of technique is visible. In terms of acting, the cast of the movie has had mix results. In some sequences, the acting is very good and in very next it looks amateurish which is made worse by some poor dialogue writing. The movie could have been made much better.

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