22 Days Review By Our Critic

Film : 22 Days

Banner: QatreBornes Film

Production, D S Film Entertainment

Producer: Adhir S. Gunness

Director: Shiivam Tiwari

Music: Parivesh Singh

The Story

Mauritian tycoon Vishal Shivratan (Shiivam Tiwari) is aiming for the top slot and joins hands with Omitino Zaprio (Rahul Dev). Vishal’s wife aditi (Kritika Mishra) is a doting wife. Aditi’s best friend Jenny (Sophia Singh) seduces Vishal. Vishal’s business thrives and he finally replaces Omtino as the top gun. But Vishal faces bankruptcy after being cheated. By now, Aditi has filed for a divorce. Vishal’s loyal secretary Sonal (Kriti Chaudhary) finally saves him.

CRITICAL & TRADE ANALYSIS

The film has been tailor made to showcase the talent out of Shivam Tiwari, both as an actor and also as director. Performancewise, Shivam Tiwari takes the cake. Next best is Rahul Dev. Kritika Mishra and Sophia Singh add the glamour appeal and are also good in their respective roles. Rajkumar Kanojia and Hemant Pandey are good. The rest are adequate. The film’s music is the biggest pluspoint. All songs have been tuned very well and also picturised with painstaking effort. The three best songs are ‘Elahi’, rendered by Palak Mucchal, filmed on Vishal and Aditi, second best being ‘Black Magic’, filmed on Aditya Narayan who also has taken part on the song, third being ‘Mehfooz’, rendered by Ankit Tiwari. The other two songs ‘Khaali Sa Hoon’ and ‘Madhoshiyaan’, are also very enjoyable. The director explores the natural beauty of Mauritius. Camerawork (Kamal Chaurasia, Arvind Singh) is outstanding. Editing (Nagendra Yadav) is crisp. Production and technical values are of high standard. The publicity was very good with aggressive marketing and promotion.

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