That’s all you can say of a movie script like Qala. What a immersive experience the movie is, a bit tacky here and there but overall a great experience.
The toxicity of the family ties and the consequences on personality development of children is well captured in the movie.
The fragile, almost transparent appearance of the heroine, struggling with the complexities of her relationship with her mother and the desperation for validation, acceptance and the tragic consequences of her actions and circumstances lead us into a heady cocktail of emotions.
In the struggle of the artist to make a name, it faintly reminds me of Gurudutt’s Pyaasa and Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Badhuri’s Abhiman but stands entirely on its own!