Amazon miniTV's latest launch is a relatable and congenial short film Sorry Bhaisaab, which is produced by Arre Studios, directed by Suman Adhikary and written by Sumit Ghildiyal. The short film features talented actors Sharib Hashmi and Gauahar Khan in lead roles. As seen in the trailer, Sorry Bhaisaab revolves around a middle-class couple, residing in the South Delhi DDA flats, who get duped and robbed, leaving the audience intrigued to know what happens next.
The short film, that encapsulates the desires, aspirations of a common middle-class family and how their excitement of getting things for free, costs them dearly. And this sentence rightly summarized what the movie beholds until the very end. While you are left stumped wondering just how does this work, when the movie comes to a close, you get a clear picture of the whys and hows.
Gauahar and Sharib take on the role of a typical middle-class couple with their woes being the kind where one wishes to and hopes to brag about their accolades, because that's what precedes oneself in such situations. Gauahar as the nagging wife is actually fun to watch and you see that she has gotten the role like the back of her hand. Sharib, on the other hand, plays a rather helpless man and husband, trying to keep up with events inside and outside the house.
The movie is quick and you don't realise when do 20 minutes pass by, however, you are entertained for every minute. Though some might find the ending predictable, it is the assurity of how something might happen, but what? No one could've guesses that! All in all, its a quirky quick watch!
Ratings: 3.5/5 stars