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Heeramandi Review: Welcome to the world of courtesans, but beware, what is Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Heeramandi like

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Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Hiramandi Web Series Review

Sanjay Leela Bhansali Web Series Heeramandi Review: There was a time when the name of courtesans was taken with great respect in the country. Courtesan meetings were often attended by great influential people and officials. The courtesans behaved decently. There was fun in it. The fun was appreciated. And there was charm too. And who knows how many were caught in the web of that charm. How many hearts were broken, how many were ruined. There is no account of this. But there was a time when courtesans ruled. Its strength was so great that even foreigners danced to its melodies. The status is such that the style of the great queens pales. The wealth is so much that the safes are not enough to store it. And what about jewelry/properties? The entire mansion was decorated with jewels. A legacy was complete. It was an empire. One of those empires was Hiramandi.

The empire of the courtesans who lived in Lahore during the British Raj. But when the semen is too much, things start to get worse. Respect, fame, wealth and property made these courtesans suffer. Relationships were embarrassed under the guise of wealth. Some were trampled. Desires were repressed. They were squeezed. The consequences of luxuries are bad. But the courtesan is also a human being. Her humanity also awakened. When we looked away from the glamor of diamonds and jewelry, we saw some responsibilities. And the courtesans were right in this too. Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s web series tells the story of these courtesans. We have brought the review of this web series.

What is the history?

The story of Hiramandi revolves around the rivalry between Mallika Jaan and Faradeen, two great courtesans of the area. The enmity between the two is regarding the mansion. There is enmity for all these things. Considering that there is a family relationship between the two. There is a lot of commotion in this war between the two. The courtesans clash with each other. Fights for the Nawabs. Whoever got the Nawab got the cameras. And the one who has cameras gets more respect. Here in Hiramandi there was a fight over who was the best courtesan. And on the other hand, outside of Hiramandi, crazy revolutionaries were fighting to liberate the country. One was a struggle for power and the other was to get rid of slavery. But there came a time when power no longer mattered much. He had two cents left. If there was a dream growing in the eyes of every citizen, it was that of the country’s independence. When this dream blossomed before the eyes of Hiramandi’s courtesans, they too became revolutionaries. Her beauty became her attitude. Her hood is her weapon. The courtesans started a rebellion against the British with whom they used to sleep. Hiramandi’s story was not limited to a mere display of fun and demands on her body. This story was the story of the courtesans’ revolution that was growing in Hiramandi. Some wanted to free themselves from those four walls and make their dreams fly, while others dreamed of being free. Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s 8-episode web series is based on this.

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What is the address like?

There is no doubt that Sanjay Leela Bhansali loves cinema. That’s why they make movies with passion. He also made web series with the same passion. The grandeur of the whole seemed astonishing. Actually, this is the appeal of this web series. Apart from this, more work had to be done on the script of the series, many scenes were so important that they were finished quickly. The series also seemed to veer off course in some places, but that happens when it’s a big series. But the series is very slow. In such a slow-paced series, you have to create powerful dialogue and interesting characters. Otherwise, the whole thing seems boring. If you have watched the series A Suitable Boy, then you know that there were courtesan characters in the series. What good songs were selected for them. Mehfil Barkhas Hui, Lut Woh Ishq Mein Paaye Hain songs like listening to Kabhi Bhi Suno Kya Sokoon Milta Hai. But the songs chosen and the way they were done in this series dulled the fun of this series and also made the weight of this heavy series a little lighter. The biggest disappointment of this series is that it lacks good songs. And also its picturization.

What are the dialogues like?

Urdu culture is shown in the series. But its lack is visible in the dialogues. The dialogues could have been better. It could have been more effective. But they were fine. That too somewhere. Manisha Koirala’s dialogues as Mallika Jaan were good. But the rest of the dialogues did not have such an impact. The dialogues of the nawabs could have been better too. But that could not be seen either.

Fardeen Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Aditi Rao Hydari

What is the casting like?

The casting for this series seemed mediocre based on the story and characters of the series. No project is complete with just a great stage. The quality of Bhansali’s songs has always been praiseworthy. But considering the aura of this series, she could have done more work on her casting. Furthermore, the songs selected in this series seem to be inferior. You may miss this throughout the series. 1 or 2 songs are fine because they fit the right situation.

What is the performance like?

If we talk about acting, Manisha Koirala has done the best work of her career in the role of Mallika Jaan in this series. Based on her role in the series, you will definitely like the attitude she has put into her performance. Sonakshi’s work in double roles is also no less than anyone’s. Sonakshi has given the best performance of her career so far in this series. Her character’s attitude is also high. Apart from this, Aditi Rao Hydari wreaks havoc in those roles. Sharmin Segal Mehta’s performance in the role of Alamzeb is also worth watching. Especially in the role of Tajdar, it is very nice to see his chemistry with Taha Sah Badusha. Overall, there are some flaws in the series, which Sanjiya Leela Bhansali’s great set hides in some places, but in some places the flaws become clearly visible. There is no narration in this series. If that were the case, it would have been easier for the audience to understand the complicated story and also understand the characters.

Web series: Hiramandi

Director: Sanjay Leela Bhansali

Cast: Manisha Koirala, Sonakshi Sinha, Aditi Rao Hydari, Shekhar Suman, Fardeen Khan.

Ratings- 3/5

IMDB link: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt15204292/

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