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One of the most awaited movie of the year has finally arrived. The expectations are high as it is directed by Rakeysh Ompraksh Mehra, the director who delivered Rang De Basanti and Bhaag Milkha Bhaag. Also, the movie cast includes Harshvardhan Kapoor and Saiyami kher.
Mirzya is set in the Punbaj territory and is intensely impacted by Punjabi old stories. Harshvardhan Kapoor and Saiyami Kher are adolescence companions, they additionally go to the same school. Harshvardhan is a kid from a poor family and Saiyami is the little girl of a rich man. The blameless young man abruptly vanishes one fine day and Saiyami has no idea about his wherabouts.
She grows up and begins to look all starry eyed at another man and the couple chooses to get hitched and have a decent life. Harshvardhan enters Saiyami’s life after a long stretch and he is still enamored with her and does everything to win her adoration. Since Harshvardhan is from a poor foundation her dad rejects the marriage and conflicts with his affection. The film all of a sudden takes a U-turn and about-faces to an alternate time in history and shows Harshvardhan as a warrior who battles against a gathering of rulers, and Saiyami has a place with the ruler’s tribe.
The warrior experiences passionate feelings for Saiyami yet the war, position framework and class separate ruins the pair to be as one for whatever remains of their lives, leaving the affection to kick the bucket an appalling demise. The film moves its center back to the present and demonstrates that regardless of quite a long while of advancement and development, the seeds of division is sown so profoundly into everybody’s lives that the rank framework and class division between the rich poor still wins, ruling out genuine romance to sprout. Will Harshvardhan conquer the societal divisions and win over Saiyami’s dad? Will intimate romance break all hindrances and keep the couple together? Then again will they fall prey to the underhanded society and end their affection simply like the past? For that you will need to hit the theaters!
Harshvardhan Kapoor comes from a filmy bakground so the desires from him were high and the newcomer has unquestionably not baffled anybody. His acting aptitudes are on full show and he is quiet and balanced in whatever scenes given to him. He can be forceful amid the battle scenes, he is an aggregate darling kid amid the sentimental scenes and his exchange conveyance is adept and to the point. Harshvardhan Kapoor is setting down deep roots in Bollywood, and Mirzya is only the beginning stage of his splendid profession. Saiyami Kher stole the show in depicting her part as a cutting edge lady. She has conveyed the look, disposition and style effortlessly. Notwithstanding when the motion picture movements to an alternate time ever, Saiyami was all around mixed with the character and has won over the crowds. There’s doubtlessly Harshvardhan Kapoor and Saiyami Kher are digging in for the long haul in Bollywood.
The executive Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra has benefited work in showcasing how humankind is getting destroyed with pomposity, cash, force and status in the general public. The sentimental scenes are taken care of well as are the battle scenes.
Decision: If you need to enjoy some intriguing ideas about affection, war, rank divisions and matchless quality, all peppered with a ton of sentiment and clashes then this film is most likely for you.
Review by Adi