Bombay Rose is the story of 8 characters in the city and how their lives are directly or indirectly connected to each other. There’s nothing special about the story here but the storytelling, the emotions and the socio-political issues which have forever been relevant hold your attention.
Gitanjali Rao has given a fantastic direction and the viewers will be totally in awe of her after watching this cinematic gem. She has crafted each and every frame with so much love that it shows brightly. It won’t be wrong to say that the film is a big treat for art cinema lovers. It will in fact make many of you fall in love with art cinema even if you didn’t develop its taste yet. Kudos to her, and her whole team. However, the film would’ve been far better if she could take care of the detailing.
Music is a great part of the story and adds value to the narrative. The ‘Rewa’ song will stay with you for quite a long time.
Bombay Rose is a cinematic delight and it’s an irony that it’s not releasing in cinemas. To see it on the big screen would’ve been a pleasure of a different kind. Still, Watch it to know that India is full of talented filmmakers. They are trying to reach us and now the ball is in our court.