‘Bihar Ki Dulhari’ Anaarkali (Swara Bhaskar) is a symphony artist in Aarah who makes the group run beserk with her insinuation loaded lines and suggestive “latkas” and ‘jatkas’. She is unbashed about her sexuality and at a point in the film even concedes that she is no ‘Sati Savitri’. In any case, does that give a man the privilege to touch her without her assent? It so happens that one of her admirers, Dharmendra Chauhan (Sanjai Mishra) who happens to be the Vice Chancellor of a prestigious college winds up attacking her in an intoxicated state before the gathering of people amid a show. Goaded by this terrible demonstration, Anaarkali slaps him in full general visibility and demands documenting a police FIR against him. Sadly, Chauhan turns the table over her and utilizations his prosperous forces to get her captured in a substance exchange case. In the event that that isn’t sufficient, he even sends his men to knock her off. Anaarkali who is on a run soon arrives up in Delhi getting away from her followers. Will she make a new beginning there and live up our fantasies or return back to Aarah to battle for her nobility and show Chauhan and his men a lesson? Whatever remains of the film rotates around this plot.
Debutante chief Avinash Das should be hailed for taking care of a touchy subject with panache. It’s a significant assignment to make a film where the discoursed and the circumstances include crudity and depict it without depending on vulgarism. Das pulls off a great job with his skilful treatment to the film. On the other side, Anaarkali Of Aarah takes excessively of time in working up the story driving the film to lose its steam in specific segments. Post interim, things back off a bit and that won’t not speak to all. Be that as it may, it’s Swara Bhaskar’s dangerous demonstration in the peak that makes you pardon the creators a large portion of their imperfections.
Swara Bhaskar as the Aarahwali Anaarkali demonstrates the backbone of her acting ability once more. It is difficult to depict a character that is striking and in the meantime similarly powerless. Be that as it may, the performing artist flips over both the sides like a professional and leaves an enduring impression. Her Anaarkali drifts like a butterfly yet stings like a honey bee. She smokes bidis, bites paan and mishandle proudly. Pankaj Tripathi who gets the opportunity to swing his abdomen, Sanjai Mishra’s lowlife with a skill for diverting punches, Ishteyak Arif Khan who needs to help the main woman for ‘desh ke khatir’ and Mayur More as Anwar who imparts a closr-weaved attach to Anaarkali-every one of these characters add different layers to the film.
Decision: There is a line in the film where the female hero jokes, “Aaj ye toh aar paar hoga..nahi murmur toh aara ki Anaarkali nahi samjhe”. “Anaarkali” Swara remains consistent with these words. In the meantime, she likewise conveys an essential message to reclaim home about how one’s calling shouldn’t shading our feeling about their trustworthiness and good values. This show of Anaarkali Of Aarah is justified regardless of a visit!