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Pari an Indian Fairy is a 2018 Indian supernatural horror film directed by newcomer Prosit Roy
Pari (2018) Movie – Directed by newcomer Prosit Roy, the monster-meets-mortal romance begins on an innocent note with Parambrata Chatterjee’s introverted character subjecting himself to an arranged marriage set-up where he’s getting to know the prospective bride. But on their way back, their car, driven by his father, hits an old woman, and that sets the film in motion.
This film is well-cast with actors such as Rajat Kapoor, the leader of a doomsday movement — a controversial group that takes pride in exorcism. Their methods of annihilating evil are visually graphic and therefore disturbing, but credit has to be given to the director for not holding back. Here’s a horror film that isn’t subtle — every gory twist is laid out in front of our eyes. Is it necessary? Not always. But do you look away? No.
Pari is the cinematic equivalent of a driver rubber-necking when there’s an accident on the road. You know you must look away, but you just can’t help yourself from turning your neck to the site of the accident. It’s compelling, but leaves you eventually disturbed.
While Sharma and Chatterjee make an unlikely pair, their relationship trajectory isn’t wholly believable. You are not alone if you feel dubious at the romantic twists in this horror film.
The first half of Pari, which means angel, seems to suffer from schizophrenia with its attempt to blend romance into a plot that’s decidedly dark and ghoulish. In a perfect demonic world, there’s no space for a romantic song, but the makers of Pari march ahead and still stick in a song anyway. However, the director seems to get his command back in the second half as its morbidity quotient goes up. There are twists that aren’t predictable, but the climax suffers from a touch of unnecessary melodrama.
Kapoor as the determined exorcist isn’t an easy man to like, but that’s his victory in such a film. Watch this if you are in the mood for a gore-filled horror film.
1. Anushka Sharma as Rukhsana
2. Parambrata Chatterjee as Arnab
3. Rajat Kapoor as Professor
4. Ritabhari Chakraborty as Piyali
5. Mansi Multani as Kalapori
Clean Slate Films
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Universal Pictures (International)