Cabaret Movie Review & Rating | Hit or Flop | Box Office Collection: Cabaret is an upcoming Indian Romantic dance film directed by Kaustav Narayan Niyogi and produced by Pooja Bhatt and Bhushan Kumar under the banner of Fisheye Network private limited. Principal photography of the film began around 9 June 2015.
This movie has not that good buzz and the reason is this is a short budget movie with the boring story plot also I didn’t like the way the presented this movie because this movie announced a lot of time ago but from that time makers are struggling to release it and now this movie is finally going to out but movie has not that good buzz.
Concept of this movie is boring even I didn’t liked the direction work and if you wanted to watch this you can but I must tell you movie has not that good screenplay and whatever I found in the movie is worse.
Story Based on-
Movie has bad story you will surely didn’t going to feel the connection also I think this movie going to be worse for the makers because movie has not ability to earn bucks Cabaret is based on dance, which Richa has been extensively learning and practicing for a long time. However, speculation is rife that the film is inspired by Helen’s life.
Positive point of the movie-
- Movie has nothing good but the story is inspired by Helen.
- A good try from the makers and that is good.
- Movie has good editing.
Negative point of the movie-
- Movie has not that good story but it’s not the main stream.
- I think screenplay is not that good and that could be the weak point for the movie.
- Movie failed to connect with emotion a lot of times and that’s important for the audience.
I don’t think that this movie deserve anything from audience even I don’t think that this movie deserve audience and that is true movie is boring and I think screenplay is too boring if you are planning to watch this movie go better watch Mtv.
Directed by: Kaustav Narayan Niyogi
Produced by: Pooja Bhatt, Bhushan Kumar
Written by: Pooja Bhatt, Bhushan Kumar
Starring: Richa chadda, Gulshan Devaiah, S. Sreesanth
Music by: Kaustav Narayan Niyogi
Cinematography: Edward Lutyens
Edited by: Pooja Bhatt