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N/A | Drama | 09 Dec 2022
The story of a woman who’s slowly losing her sight whilst trying to investigate the death of her twin sister.
Director: Ajay Bahl
Creator: Ajay Bahl, Pawan Sony
Actors: Taapsee Pannu, Gulshan Devaiah, Abhilash Thapliya
Download Blurr 2022 1080p, 720p & 480p – Full Hindi Movie
- Full Name: Blurr
- Language: Hindi
- Release Year: 2022
- Size: 400MB, 1GB & 2.4GB
- Quality: 480p, 720p & 1080p
- Format: Mkv
- Director: Ajay Bahl
- Writers: Ajay Bahl, Pawan Sony
- Stars: Taapsee Pannu, Gulshan Devaiah, Abhilash Thapliyal
Blurr feels that Hindi cinema is still coddled into the idea of a sociopath-haunted thriller. Blurry with its wayward execution that didn’t know whether it wanted to break out of cliches or frantically drown neck-deep into it, the Zee5 remake of Julia’s Eyes does stumble into a spoonfed conclusion, but what was the point really? Another Taapsee Pannu-led thriller unsurprisingly, although not unreasonably, excited me as it did most of you. Halfway (or even earlier) into the movie, however, one can be expected to deduce that it is an experience led by its cinematography and not an actor.
Pannu certifiably is taken by, if not obsessed with, the works of Oriol Paulo effectively enough for her to work in yet another film by the Spanish screenwriter-director, and that too as the introductory feature for her infant production house Outsiders Films. But even an irrefutably seasoned actress such as her, despite her best efforts, couldn’t save the flailing dynamic of director Ajay Bahl’s tunnel vision. Yes, the irony isn’t lost on me.