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BGM , Some scenes in First Half.
Second half, Climax.
Despite some sparks here and there, the film in totality becomes a pale version of the original Malayalam movie and the set-up is completely unfamiliar and looks unrealistic.
For those who’re looking for a story which would make sense, Falaknuma Das is not the film for you. If you’re looking for something messy but different, even if a tad bit juvenile, this one’s for you.
The film narrates the rise, fall and rise of a small-time rowdy named Das. The story is wafer-thin, the film presents some solid moments but many scenes are monotonous. Neat performances are a plus but there are also some over-indulgences.
Overall, Falaknuma Das deserves appreciation for the attempt. The local flavour would be tempting to resist, especially for Hyderabadi’s. But, it is the kind of narrative that is hard to pull off. Despite best efforts from everyone, the remake falls short. In the end, it is just a glossy fare with no real soul. Ultimately it is a test of our patience, and we run out of it and look for a way out.
On the whole, Falaknuma Das is an intense and realistic crime drama which has a decent first half. The setup, earthy characters, and performances are big assets. But the second half is a let down as the film is clearly made for the masses and will only appeal to them.
Though this is a remake, the hero cum director Viswaksen failed to prepare an interesting story for this film. Instead of what people usually do with the remakes, he has come up with necessary changes to the movie but could not execute them properly. When we look at the film, it looks extremely horrible in some scenes. Not even a single scene in the film will increase the curiosity among the audience.