Mirror Game Movie Review

Bollywood  filmmakers are trying their best to experiment with different genres, but one genre which is yet to make a mark in the indust...

Mirror Game movie review
Bollywood filmmakers are trying their best to experiment with different genres, but one genre which is yet to make a mark in the industry is psychological thriller. There have been films like ‘Kaun’, ‘Madhoshi’, ‘Phobia’, etc. which created a good mark, but then while in the West we have this genre being explored a lot, in Bollywood we rarely get to see it. Today we saw a film titled ‘Mirror Game’ which comes under this genre. The trailer of the film was intriguing, but it didn’t give out much detail about the film. So, is this game worth your time? Find out in our ‘Mirror Game’ movie review…
‘Mirror Game’ is about Dr Jay Verma (Parvin Dabas) who is a psychology professor. One of his students Ronnie (Dhruv Bali) wants his guidance in completing a thesis. Well, in return Jay asks him to kill his wife as she is having an affair with someone else. They make a foolproof plan, but things go upside down, and police gets involved. Well, investigation starts as Jay’s wife goes missing. In the investigation, it is proved that it was Jay who has killed his wife and the man Ronnie doesn’t exist, it is just his alter-ego, and he suffers from schizophrenia. The movie proceeds with some twist and turns, and we are left to think whether it is Jay who has killed his wife or there is someone called Ronnie who exists.
Written by Vijit Sharma who has also helmed the film, the plot of the film is quite interesting, but what fails here is the slow paced screenplay. The story of the film is nice, but thanks to the screenplay, the movie falls flat. While watching a psychological thriller one would really expect some shock elements, but here, there’s nothing. There are twists and turns in the plot, but they are not effective to make our eyes go wide with a shock or a surprise. When you make a thriller which has a suspense element, the biggest challenge is to keep audiences hooked till the end to know what the suspense is. However, here that doesn’t happen. The film becomes predictable after a point. One more negative factor in this movie is the background score. It has such a thanda background score that it doesn’t really make any impact.
Well, we have spoken about too many negative things, but there are a few good things about the movie as well. One thing that Vijit has done is that in the climax he very well clears all the doubts, and doesn’t even miss a single point which makes us question ‘arre yeh kaise hua’, he surely used brains here. The other good thing about the movie is the performance of Parvin Dabas and Sneha Ramachander. The former proves that Bollywood has not yet utilised him, and the latter just stuns us with her brilliant performance as the detective. Dhruv Bali is good only in the sequences where he is seen as the simple boy, but as soon as his character turns grey, he fails miserably. Pooja Batra’s role can be regarded as an extended cameo in the film, and we wished those two-three scenes were her best. Omi Vaidya could have been utilised better, considering the immense talent that he is bestowed with.

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