Rajkumar Rao and Shraddha Kapoor starrer “Stree” has hit the theaters. Stree is a best horror-comedy film which is a combination of comedy, horror, funny, scary moments. And everybody is enjoying the movie as it makes you laugh and frightened at same time. It’s an entertaining film with good dialogues delivery.
The film has most talented actor Rajkumar Rao as Vicky playing the role of ladies’ tailor who has a terrific talent of taking measurements by looking at the women in front of him. His performance in the movie is very good it’s a mixture of scary, comedy and one romantic scene which is a throwback for Shahrukh Khan. It’s the funniest scene in the film.
Vicky has two friends Aparshakti Khurana as Bittu, Abhishek Banerjee as Janna has offered a good comedic punch. In the movie, Jana has gone under the control of the ghost and that’s an entertaining part of a movie. Pankaj Tripathi plays a role of the funniest character and has entertained by his dialogues and funny jokes.
Shraddha Kapoor playing the role of a mysterious girl who visits the town during the festival and meets Vicky to stitch her lehenga and he falls in love with her.
The movie is based on the ridiculous phenomenon. In this, every year during a festival period of four days a female spirit called Stree comes to the town. When men are alone on the streets she calls them by their names and if men turn around then she takes them away by leaving their clothes. So, at every house in the town, they have written “Oh Stree Kal Aana” i.e. Oh Women come tomorrow. Then that Stree doesn’t visit the house.
In the movie theirs an item number called “Kamariya” of the sizzling and sexy Nora Fatehi. In the song, Rajkumar Rao, Aparshakti Khurana, and Abhishek Banerjee shake legs with Nora.
The movie is a madly entertaining and the writers of the movie has managed horror and comedy scenes at the same time and has given a social message to Respect Women. Stree is a fresh horror-comedy film with nifty camerawork as most of the horror scene are portrayed in funny way which is very interesting and an innovative take on feminism which makes it worth to watch for sure.