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Soulmates are found in the most unexpected places. The two individuals are divided by social norms and become united in their silent love, understanding, and mutual respect, empowering each other when they exchange glimpses of meaning, speak through silence, and wonder what lies ahead of them. The film’s male protagonist – Architect Ashwin (Vivek Gomber), who has returned to the United States, said during a discussion about the plight of his relationship with a friend that he could not be a person who texted or randomly called a woman if she expected him to. After a few scenes, he picks up the phone and calls his live-in maid Ratna (Tillotama Shome) from Maharashtra, who was on a 3-day vacation for her sister’s wedding in a village.
He was a little lost in his own house without her when he was asked, “Sir, some cum the kya?, He replied after a pause, “No, I have a high phone call.” They don’t talk much but the phone call is enough to know what it means. Love lets you do things you wouldn’t say yourself. Director Rohena Gera’s SIR consists of great moments like these. They help you explain the unnecessary feelings between the two, who find their relatives in a highly unlikely scene. Gera skillfully uses the language of silence and justifies the main characters to bring their generality to the fore despite the differences of the main class.
Loneliness and emotional turmoil do not differentiate between rich and poor. Unlike most of the stories in this genre, the romantic drama does not follow the ‘rich boy-poor girl’ template which expects the woman to be a silent patient or a sacrificer and the man to be a savior. Who advises on social customs. A young widow, she knows more about life and survival than a broken relationship with a New Yorker in Mumbai. He completes it in a way that he finds hard to understand. He has the courage to pursue his dreams despite his limited resources. This is not your fairy tale to raise a poor woman of a rich man.
Here the prince does not need his Cinderella to show off in a very beautiful gown, great makeup, and glass stiletto. She also fell for him while doing her daily household chores because she understands him better than anyone else. Ratna tells him that when she asks Ashwin ‘Sir’ if she expects him to be a tailor, she wants to be a fashion designer. Dreams in her world do not bring class certificates. And in that, social labels gain more reputation than feeling. In the Julia Roberts- Esco scene of Pretty Woman, the working girl is insulted by showing the door while trying to test a high-quality fashion boutique in Mumbai. But nothing prevents him from saying to himself that a servant has the right to be what he is. This writing is not superstitious or hateful but inspires optimism and hope, as the treatment remains unimportant and realistic. When Ashwin’s friend asks him, ‘How can you possibly date your work girl! The comment is not trivial but for a third person who is not blinded by love.
With a run-time of fewer than 2 hours, the film has a somewhat, sensual mood to it. The thing that stands out is the captivating emotional intimacy that is manifested in a unique way. The proximity is evident when the characters touch or talk to each other. It’s hard to find it in contemporary love stories. If it seems biased, it’s because women write beautiful love stories because their minds see things that men avoid. Moody Cinematography cleverly uses the spaces between Mumbai, the sea, and spacious houses as a significant character in the city, an equivalent of a land of opportunities. Two people who are attracted to each other but refrain from saying that, live in the same house next door. The walls that separate them also symbolize, so close to Ratna and Ashwin still the status.
Tilotoma Shome and Vivek Gambar are outstanding as two individuals who have to reveal and conceal what they understand. To balance between expression and restraint, innocence and courage – a humorous character to portray Ratna and Ashwin. The actor feels the simplicity, sincerity, and innate empathy, and niche of the story. Without these two, it is impossible to understand SIR. Tilotama in particular gives the gift of one of his best performances. He keeps you invested in the story emotionally and empathizes with his character without drowning in self-esteem.
Weak yet flexible, Gitanjali Kulkarni, in recognition of Ratna, has provided an out-of-class perspective in her significant supporting role in Lakshmi’s role. Ratna and Lakshmi’s spiritual conversation and the scooter ride are being released.