All of us know about Saina Nehwal but do you know about her struggles? Who and what helped her reach where she is right now? What did she leave to achieve her dream? What were the hurdles in her way, her mistakes and what decisions helped her achieve her goals? Saina Nehwal’s Biopic starring Parineeti Chopra is a story all about that.
Parineeti Chopra is on fire. After The Girl on the Train & Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar, this is yet another excellent performance by her. She seems to have done a lot of homework before getting into the character of Saina. From learning the badminton skills to knowing about the human that the champion is, it was a lot to grasp and implement for Pari and she has done it all with aplomb.
If Amole Gupte is a brilliant writer, he knows his job as a director as well. He treats his film like one and never misses a chance to play with your heartstrings. He has made the film with so much heart and it’s visible because there’s so much underlying beauty to every scene that the audience doesn’t even expect.Even junior artists in his film act and that’s the kind of detail he has put in the film.
Amaal Malik’s music is very good. Parinda is an aptly energetic track well sung by Amaal himself. Main Hoon Na Tere Saath (Amaal) & Chal Wahin Chalein (Shreya Ghoshal) are also beautiful. Manoj Muntashir has written Parinda and Chal Wahin Chalein and his lyrics are rich. Kunaal Vermaa has also done an amazing job writing Main Hoon Na Tere Saath. Overall, Saina is everything you need to watch this weekend.