Turning 30

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  • NR
  • 2011
  • 2 hr 1 min
  • 5.3  (410)

Turning 30 is a Bollywood romantic drama released in 2011, directed by Alankrita Shrivastava and produced by Prakash Jha. The movie features Gul Panag, Purab Kohli, and Sid Makkar in the lead roles. The film revolves around the life of Naina (Gul Panag), a successful woman who is turning 30. The story begins with Naina’s birthday, and she seems to be living her life perfectly. She is a successful writer and has a loving boyfriend, Rishabh (Siddharth Makkar). But things take an unexpected turn when she discovers that her boyfriend is cheating on her. This incident turns her life upside down, and she begins to question her career, personal life, and friendships.

Naina then meets two men who change her perspective on life: Rohan (Purab Kohli) and Bikram (Jeneva Talwar). Rohan is her ex-boyfriend, who still has feelings for her, while Bikram is a younger man whom she meets at a coffee shop. Naina is confused about her feelings for both of them, and she starts to navigate through her emotions.

The movie deals with some of the common issues that women face in their 30s, such as dealing with breakups, career goals, and finding true love. It portrays the challenges faced by a woman in modern-day India and how she deals with them.

Gul Panag has done a fantastic job in portraying the character of Naina, an independent, successful young woman. She embodies the modern Indian woman, who is confident, ambitious, and knows her priorities. Purab Kohli does an excellent job in playing Rohan, Naina’s ex-boyfriend, who is charming, sensitive, and has a great sense of humor. Sid Makkar, who plays Rishabh, Naina’s cheating ex-boyfriend, portrays the character with ease, making the audience despise him for his actions.

The film’s direction and cinematography are commendable. The director successfully captures the essence of Mumbai city and the lifestyle of its people. The colors and music used in the movie are vibrant and add to the overall feel of the film.

The movie’s music is also noteworthy, with songs like "I Will Do The Talking" and "Turning 30" adding to the film’s atmosphere. The soundtrack is composed by Sangeet and Siddharth Haldipur, with lyrics provided by Sanjay Chhel.

The plot of the film may seem predictable at times, but the execution and acting make it a delightful watch. The script is well-written, and the movie accurately portrays the life of a young, independent woman living in a major city in India. It touches upon topics like career aspirations, relationships, and social pressures that are prevalent in Indian society.

Turning 30 is a relatable and insightful movie that caters to the modern Indian woman. It captures the essence of the struggles and joys of a young woman on the verge of turning 30. The film’s portrayal of a woman’s emotional journey is inspiring, and it depicts the message that life can be challenging, but it’s always worth living to the fullest.

Overall, Turning 30 is a well-crafted, enjoyable movie that will leave the audience feeling inspired and touched. It takes the audience on a journey that is both emotional and uplifting, making it a must-watch for anyone seeking an insightful, modern-day romantic drama.

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    5.3  (410)