STORY: Kajal, a young girl, who wants to live an independent life, comes to Noida to live with her cousin Dolly while she looks for a job. In her face, Dolly has a perfect family with her husband and two children, but is that really the case? And will Kajal be able to live the life of his dreams in the end?
REVIEW: 'Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare' calls the hypocrisy in marriage seemingly endless, when Kajal (Bhumi Pednekar) tells her cousin, Dolly (Konkona Sen Sharma) that her husband Amit (Aamir Bashir) has been beating her up. While Dolly insists that Kajal may not have understood her friendly and defensive behavior, she tells her cousin, "Amit ji humse *** karna chahte hain." But there is more to Dolly's mind than just working on the details, such as planning to move into a new apartment, where the couple's new apartment is being built. When money runs out in their installments, Dolly is in a hurry - stealing from her office or selling her jewelry. Her day at work usually starts with three cups of tea - one for her boss, one for her colleague and one for her.
Kajal, on the other hand, gets a job at a love center and talks ***. She goes out to stay in the hostel, without revealing to Dolly what kind of work she is doing. Kajal now working under the pseudonym Kitty is beginning to enjoy the freedom that comes with her decisions. Along the way, you encounter exciting and unpleasant experiences. And when a series of events leads Dolly to find out where Kajal works - she takes a higher moral position, like Kajal who knows her cousin's marriage is empty inside.
The film by director Alankrita Shrivastava strongly emphasizes gender roles, social norms and moral judgments. As Dolly and Kajal's lives go through different situations, they begin to go out and judge each other's life decisions, but in the end, they realize that they are not very different. Deep down, women want the same things, wanting the same freedom. Although on flipside the narrative of the film has too many angles and subtitles and in some cases, it leaves some threads undeveloped. Also, some of the narrative changes feel very sudden. But all in all, 'Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare' conveys the message. The film opens the discussion of women's needs and desires and is a talk on police ethics, gender, sexism and speculation.
Performance is a very high quality text. Konkona Sen Sharma as Mrs. Yadav or Dolly is very important as her character travels throughout the line in the film, exploring her relationship with her husband, her son Pappu and her mother. Bhumi Pednekar also produces a stellar act. Amol Parasher stands out as a fun delivery boy, Osmaan. Vikrant Massey as Kajal's lover, Pradeep, is very good, as is Aamir Bashir as Dolly's dissatisfied husband, Amit.
Finally, ‘Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare’ brings out the different drawings of being a woman with full narratives and advancing to be what they want to be. And **** it, if society has other dreams for you.
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