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'Miss Lovely' Tweet Review: First day, first show

By: Rohit Vats

IBNLive.com

Last Updated: January 17, 2014, 10:05 IST

'Miss Lovely' Tweet Review: First day, first show

Set in mid 1980s, the film explores the world of sleazy horror films which still has an alternate market in tier 2 and tier 3 cities.

New Delhi: After receiving appreciation at several film festivals, 'Miss Lovely' has finally released in India. Directed by Ashim Ahluwalia, the film features Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Anil George and Niharika Singh in the lead roles.

The film is the story about two brothers who are involved in the business of C-grade films, and what happens when one of them falls in love with a mysterious woman called Pinky.

Set in mid 1980s, the film explores the world of sleazy horror films which still has an alternate market in tier 2 and tier 3 cities.

Once again, all eyes will be on Nawazuddin Siddiqui who is playing the character of Sonu Duggal in the film.

10:00 AM: Stay tuned for the tweet review of #MissLovely.

10:01 AM: Directed by Ashim Ahluwalia, #MissLovely features Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the lead role.

10:02 AM: The film also features Niharika Singh and Anil George in important roles. #MissLovely

10:04 AM: What are your expectations from #MissLovely? Do you think it will strike gold at the box office?

10:09 AM: The film begins at an interesting note. #MissLovely is based in the world of sleazy horror films.

10:13 AM: Also known as C grade films, these films still have a huge market in small towns. #MissLovely

10:15 AM: The Shakuntala painting in the background seems intentional. #MissLovely

10:22 AM: The inside story of C grade films is full of pain and anxiety. #MissLovely promises an interesting premise in the beginning.

10:28 AM: #MissLovely has been shot with a lot of imagination. Set designers have done a fabulous job.

10:36 AM: Kya be, bahut dino se daboch kharoch nahi kiya kya? #MissLovely is raw and very bold.

10:46 AM: #MissLovely is about desieres, aspirations and their conflict with the reality.

10:54 AM: You give him any role and he simply transforms into that character. Nawazuddin lives up to the expectations. #MissLovely

11:04 AM: The film is crisply edited so far but will #MissLovely survive the second half test?

11:05 AM: A good actor also gives his fellow actors ample time to adjust to the cue. Nawazuddin does this in #MissLovely.

11:07 AM: The audience needs a grey character to realise the importance of a good soul. #MissLovely

11:16 AM: Tum ek din star banogi. Probably the oldest trick in the film market. #MissLovely

11:32 AM: The jibes on moral policing through radio ads are interesting. #MissLovely

11:41 AM: The film has reached its final stage. Hope it turns out to be a fitting finale. #MissLovely

11:47 AM: The sudden transitions of mood add flavour to the climax of #MissLovely.

11:57 AM: #MissLovely ends with Nazia Hasan singing in the background.

11:59 AM: #MissLovely is a performance based film and Nawazuddin Siddiqui carries the burden on his shoulders.

12:00 PM: Anil George has also come up with a good performance. #MissLovely

12:01 PM: Ashim Ahluwalia gets carried away at times but the premise manages to hold the attention to some extent. #MissLovely

12:03 PM: The film is likely to interest those who are tired of mainstream masala flicks. #MissLovely is not a bad watch.

12:04 PM: Thanks for being with us throughout the tweet review of #MissLovely. Have a nice day.

first published:January 17, 2014, 10:05 IST
last updated:January 17, 2014, 10:05 IST