MOVIES BOLLYWOOD SHAB
Shab is a Bollywood Thriller movie
directed by Onir.
Starring Raveena Tandon,Ashish Bisht,Arpita Chatterjee,Gaurav Nanda,
Simon Frenay,Areesz Ganddi,Sanjay Suri.
Shab Cast / Crew
BANNER: Anticlock Films,WSG Pictures,Surya Entertainment
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Sachin Krishn.
,Irene Dhar Malik.
Shab Movie News
The lesson Taapsee is horribly failing at
Actress Taapsee Pannu is having trouble understanding the
uncertainty of life.
Raveena Tandon's marital bliss story
"Perhaps the most difficult lesson to learn is that
nothing ever goes per plan! And I horribly fail in this lesson every time,"
Taapsee tweeted on Thursday.
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan understands what
she is going through, and responded to her post with "me too".
Actress Raveena Tandon walked down memory lane on her wedding
anniversary on Thursday, and said she looks forward to creating more happy
memories with her husband and film distributor Anil Thadani.
years gone by, of love and laughter, trust and honesty, equality and
companionship, happiness and togetherness through thick and thin... Seems just
like yesterday, and many more," Raveen posted on Twitter.
Thadani in 2004. They have two children -- daughter Rasha and sonRead More
Set in the cosmoplitan
city of Delhi, SHAB is a story of people coming from different walks of
life.... some in the search for love and some towards realization of
their dreams. It is the story of how destiny and the city shapes their
'Shab': Convoluted but astutely
mounted (Review By Troy Ribeiro , Rating: **)
Onir's "Shab" is a bit less stark than its title which means "night" in
Urdu, but it is just as provocative. It explores as well as gives some
substantial and interesting observations about various relationships.
However, the film only scratches the surface not delving deep into the
lives of its characters thus, leaving the audience longing for more.
Nevertheless, with what it does explore, it makes for a satisfying and
Drawn from real life incidents and characters, the plot weaves the
lives of Sonal Modi - a socialite, Mohan - a wannabe model, Raina - a
Bengali waitress, Neil - a restaurant owner, Nishant - his friend and
Benoit - a French teacher.
Set in Delhi, the narration begins with a talent hunt for models. An
ambitious small-towner, Mohan is rejected for not being up to the mark.
After the show, he goes over to Sonal, who happens to be a judge of the
show, to plead his case. Sonal, instead of helping him out leaves her
visiting card behind, subtly insinuating to him to keep in touch.
Now depressed and out of luck he lands outside Neil's restaurant where
he meets Raina who works there as a waitress. While Neil and Raina help
him out that day, he takes his last chance by calling up Sonal and
lands up becoming her toy-boy. She christens him Afzar - "The gifted
one", and showers him with gifts and herself. She introduces him to her
circle of friends as her trainer.
Mohan loses his heart to Raina, the waitress who works in Neil's
restaurant. But Raina has issues of her own. She has a younger sister
to take care of and is attracted to her neighbour Benoit, who she later
learns has a secret too.
Meanwhile, Neil is having trouble with his boyfriend Nishant who is on
the verge of getting married to a girl his parents have chosen for him.
Raina keeps insisting that he break up with Nishant.
Soon, Benoit loses his job as a teacher and Raina recommends that he
work at Neil's restaurant. Mohan finds it difficult balancing his life
with his emotions.
This slice of life tale, though complex, is relatable. Co-relating his
scenes with the seasons, though they defy logic, Onir manages to mount
the film with dexterity.
The performances of the entire cast are sincere. Ashish Bisht, in his
debut, gives a credible performance as Mohan. Raveena Tandon is almost
always dependable and she plays the bold part of Sonal with panache.
Areesz essays the character of Neil with a cheerful disposition without
being stereotypical. Simon Frenay as Benoit is charming and at home
with his role. Arpita Chatterjee has many layers to her role of Raina
and she executes each layer with flamboyance. Raj Suri as the charming
yet vindictive designer Rohan Sud is natural and Sanjay Suri in a
miniscule role as Mr. Modi is staid and unimpressive.
With moderate production values, the film manages to exude a fairly
appealing look. The visuals captured from cinematographer Sachin
Krishn's lens are impressive. So is the editing by Irene Dhar Malik and
The background score by Mithun Sharma along with the song, "Kis tarah
mein bataoon", creates an impact.
The film lacks drama and, thus, would appeal only to a limited