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'Four Pillars Of Basement' - Movie Review By 'G9 Divya Solgama' (*ing - Dilzan Wadia, Allya Singh, Shawar Ali, Imran Khan & Anant Jog)


'Four Pillars Of Basement'

Movie Review By 'G9 Divya Solgama'

'Debris Of Overacting'


Expectations:

Every week along with the popular films there are few small films which get released including few non-starrer films. Most of these non-starrer small films have new faces associated with it along with some noticeable character actors, whose faces are highlighted in the posters in order to attract the viewers. These films are made with small budget without any proper screenplay or technicalities attached to it. Many times, the films are produced by one of the lead actors in order to launch themselves in this glamorous world of Hindi cinema. The posters are pasted in the film based areas of the tinsel town for few days with couple of shows to its credit and within few days disappears without any trace. This week we witness ‘Four Pillars Of Basement’ which claims to be an out and out thriller. Thus, let’s find out if this movie matches up to its tall claims or might end up being yet another low grade film made only to fulfil some personal commitments. 

Story:

‘Four Pillars Of Basement’ is a story of Riya (Allya Singh) who ends up working late in her office on the Diwali night. She and her boss (Anant Jog) are the last ones to leave the office but Riya’s tyre gets punctured. At that time she meets up the security guard Sameer (Dilzan Wadia) who is obsessed with her and traps her in the basement of the building. Riya tries hard to contact her fianc√©e (Shawar Ali) and brother (Imran Khan) but fails due to network failure. Riya keeps hiding in the basement but Sameer has some other plans for her. What happens next is what the entire film is all about. 

Screenplay & Technicalities:

The story is shamelessly copied from an American/Canadian thriller film ‘P2’. The scenes are frame to frame placed from the original film without any creative input. The screenplay lacks proper adaptation and has abrupt scenes attached to it. The girl gets molested by her boss and in next scene she is absolutely normal. Similarly, no one can escape from the building but Shawar Ali and Imran Khan manage to sneak in from nowhere. Even in an intense moment the movie breaks in to a romantic song where Dilzan is obsessed with himself only and has majority of scenes shot only on him. The C.G.I work is terrible and matches up to the level of 90’s TV serials. The bad camera angles trying to focus on the cleavage of Allya Singh makes the movie look cheap and vulgar at times. 

Direction:

The director makes a bad and cheap version of the movie ‘P2’ and ends up torturing his audience with loud performances by its lead actors. The actors are not only loud in terms of their vocals but also by their acts. The movie has loads of repetitive moments and illogical scenes attached to it. 

Performances

Dilzan Wadia looks like an uglier version of actor Sahil Khan (‘Style’ fame). He keeps on blabbering throughout the film with his loud ‘Gabbar’ style of dialogue delivery. Not only this, he also sing songs with his bad voice and horrible facial expressions. Dilzan has a face which can be used as a mask in some cheap TV horror show. It’s tough to decide between Dilzan and Allya, who screams badly in the film. Allya Singh tries to do unnecessary skin show and fails to act. All she has to do is scream and run in the film, she ends up doing both the parts very badly. Shawar Ali, Zakir Hussain, Anant Jog, Imran Khan and others are wasted.

So bol meri 'Filmi Khopdi' iss film mein kitna hain Dum???

Dum??? Well, there is no dum in this terrible film which ends up like a debris of overacting and never ending torture for its viewers. 

Ratings - 0*/5


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