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3 Storeys Movie Review

3 Storeys Movie Review – Checkout the movie review of 3 Storeys starring Sharman Joshi , Richa Chadda, Renuka Shahane is directed by Arjun Mukerjee and it released in India on 9th March 2018.

Ratings : 2.5/5 Review By : Anupama Chopra For : Film Companion
The multi-story format isn’t novel – we’ve seen it both locally in films like Mani Ratnam’s Yuva and internationally, in classics like Alejandro Iñárritu’s Amores Perros. So the surprise has to come from the stories but the plots, except for the first, don’t deliver. The film doesn’t have the sparkle of Sai Paranjpye’s Katha, also about several characters living in a Mumbai chawl. Or the sting of the Oscar-nominated Wild Tales, six short stories about how people behave in extreme circumstances. This isn’t a film that lacks ambition but it never becomes one that is essential.

Ratings : 3.5/5 Review By : Lasyapriya Sundaram For : TOI
3 Storeys cleverly demonstrates the art of skillfully telling a story wherein all the loose ends of a plot are tied together into a neat whole. Watch it because fact is stranger than fiction, but fiction when narrated well, can make movie watching an immersive experience.

Ratings : 2.5/5 Review By : Saibal Chatterjee For : NDTV
Towards the end of the film, the narrator asserts that duniya ki tarah kahani chalti rehti hai (like the world at large, stories never stop) and that there is no such thing as “a perfect end”. Point well taken, but considering all the beginnings and endings, comings and goings, and hopes and setbacks that constitute 3 Storeys, the film could have done with a stronger culmination. It meanders to a close, leaving the audience more flummoxed than intrigued.

Ratings : 2.5/5 Review By : Shubhra Gupta For : Indian Express
Everyone plays it quite competently, despite the predictable beats. Nice to see Shahane, who aims for naturalness despite some stodginess in the way her part is written. And I always enjoy Sharman Joshi, and wonder why this terrific actor doesn’t get more work in the movies.

Ratings : 2.5/5 Review By : Umesh Punwani For : Koimoi
Watch, if you’re a regular feeder of this genre and if you don’t mind anti-Dharma presentation in movies.