With so many movies released this Friday, the audience can choose from plenty of options. Doctor G, Code Name Tiranga, Kantara (Hindi), Kahaani Rubber Band Ki, and many more films released. We already covered the review for Doctor G. Now we come up with the review of Kahaani Rubber Band Ki. Directed by Sarika Sanjot, the film stars Pratik Gandhi, Avika Gour, Manish Raisinghan, and Aruna Irani in pivotal roles. The film contains an important message for society, ‘safe sex.’
Kahaani Rubber Band Ki Story
A young newlyweds couple, Akash Chaudhary (Manish Raisinghan) and Kavya Patel (Avika Gour), lives in Uttar Pradesh. Kavya is not ready for the kids just after the marriage, and she needs time. However, things get complicated between them when Kavya gets pregnant despite using protection. This accidental pregnancy was caused due to condom malfunction. The couple married life gets shattered because of this, which leds to misunderstandings between the two. Akash files a case against the condom-manufacturing company to save his relationship with Kavya and also to aware people of the social stigmas.
Kahaani Rubber Band Ki Review
Recently, many films have brought this taboo subject to the screen. Aparshakti Khurana’s ‘Helmet’ and Nushratt Bharuccha‘s ‘Janhit Mein Jaari‘ are made on a similar topic. However, what makes Kahaani Rubber Band Ki different is a different storyline from the other two. In this film, the couple gets pregnant even after taking protection. Sarika Sanjot is making her directorial debut with this movie. She is a co-writer of the film Kahaani Rubber Band Ki with B S Nirmal Raj. The taboo subject that was not discussed much in the past is now being explored.
Kahaani Rubber Band Ki is based on a sensitive topic that makes the right noises. The screenplay has some funny moments and keeps the audience hooked. The best part is the film does not divert from its topic. In a 2 hour film, there are engaging moments that blend with drama and convey the message of ‘safe sex.’ The first half has humor, while the second half takes you to courtroom drama.
Talking about the acting, Manish Raisinghan has done a decent job. He has elegant chemistry with Avika Gour. Avika Gour looked charming and played the role with ease. However, her dialogue could have been sharper. Pratik Gandhi, as a lawyer and condom seller, is good but nowhere close to Scam 1992. A veteran actress Aruna Irani was superb; seeing her on a big screen after a long time was great.
Kahaani Rubber Band Ki is an engaging film with a social message. However, somewhere you might feel that it could be much better as it was based on such a sensitive and taboo subject. We give the film 3 stars out of 5.