SHERNI (2021): Film Review | Vidya Balan, Vijay Raaz, Neeraj Kabi
The best part of the movie is it’s real locations, real people, real acting, real life scenarios and real lioness. There is nothing commercial about this movie. It doesn’t leave any impact on viewers. But, Yes, it gives a lot of information. All actings are realistic but not impressive. The film is directed by Amit V Masurkar after his earlier release “Newton” as director. The film is produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Vikram Malhotra and Amit V. Masurkar. The production team must have faced many challenges during the shooting in real forest areas of Madhya Pradesh including Kanha National Park. There is nothing to talk about the music by Bandish Projekt and Utkarsh Dhotekar.
The film gives a wake up call to mankind to strengthen its bond with the surrounding ecological environment, take suitable steps to preserve wild life and to honour the rights of wild animals. It’s thought provoking to have vision to preserve wild life in such a way so as not to affect human population. Overall, it’s a one time watch with family.
Rating: 3 out of 5