This film stands as one of the classic movies I have seen in years. The film is a poignant exploration of relationship between mother and daughter. It is a story of a daughter's quest for her mother's love. The film has been directed with remarkable skill and showcases some truly commendable performances by the actors. The lead actress, Tripti Dimri, in particular, has done a fantastic job of portraying the pain, struggle, and longing of a daughter who is constantly in search of her mother's love.
The film is a testament to the immense conviction that is required to make movies based on psychology, and the director, Anvita Dutt, has done a fantastic job of bringing the story to life in an emotionally impactful way.
A few of the most important aspects of the film that deserves recognition are 1. Music by Amit Trivedi, 2. Cinematography by Siddharth Diwan, and 3. Art Direction. These elements are the pillars that support the story and bring it to life, making Qala a visual feast for the eyes and ears. The music in particular is beautiful and perfectly complements the story, making it an integral part of the film.
In conclusion, Qala is a must-watch film that is sure to leave a lasting impact on its audience. If you're a fan of Indian cinema, you won't want to miss this one. This film is available on Netflix.
Directed by Anvita Dutt
Written by Anvita Dutt
Produced by Karnesh Ssharma and Anoushka Sharma
Starring: Tripti Dimri, Swastika Mukherjee, Babil Khan
Cinematography: Siddharth Diwan
Edited by Manas Mittal
Music by Amit Trivedi
Production company: Clean Slate Filmz
Distributed by Netflix
Release date: 01 December 2022
Running time: 119 minutes