Bollywood: Famine of real stories, another remake in theatres, know what is the status of Taapsee’s ‘Do-Bara’

Hindi remake of 2018 Spanish film ‘Mirage’ again released in theaters today

There is such a trend of remakes in Bollywood at this time that four out of every five films are remakes of some film or the other. Bollywood either remakes the films of South India or the classics of Hollywood. After the recently released Lalsingh Chaddha, the remake of another English film has arrived in theaters. Taapsee Pannu and Pavail Gulati’s most awaited film ‘Do Baara’ has been released in theatres. The film is a Hindi remake of the 2018 Spanish film ‘Miraj’. Anurag Kashyap has directed this film. This film based on time travel is full of drama and thriller.

The film, which hit the theaters today, is getting a mixed response. Apart from Taapsee, actors Pavail Gulati and Rahul Bhatt are seen playing the lead roles. This film is an unmatched combination of suspense, thriller and science. Also, the actors have added charm to the film with their acting. Also, if you are fond of time-travelling, different films, then you will like this film very much. But at the same time, if you are not used to seeing the story of different frames, then this film will not fall for you.

what is the story of this movie

Talking about the story of the film, the story of the harmony between the past and the future is very much in the film. The story of the film is divided into two decades 1990 and 2020. In 1990, a 12-year-old boy, Anay, watches his neighbor murder his wife on a stormy night. When Anay panics and runs away, the fire brigade’s car crushes him, causing the child to die on the spot. After 20 years there is a new twist in the story. Antara aka Taapsee Pannu, a nurse, shifts to Pune with her child and husband. Antara and her family shift to the same house where Anay lived. Antara talks to Aany through the old TV set kept in the house. Antara peeks into the past here through that TV set and tries to save Anay from a road accident. In this film, past and present are shown connecting with each other. Antara with her understanding, the things that change in the past, all those things change in the present too.

This film, which came today, has got a better start than other films, but with the arrival of this film, an interview of Anurag and Taapsee started being shared on social media in which they are seen asking people to boycott their films. People did not disappoint him and there was a trend of boycotting the film on Twitter.

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Sahil Kothari

Sahil Kothari is a Senior Journalist at youthistaan.com Follow him on twitter @sahilkothari21
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