4 Reasons Viewers Will Definitely Love Seeing Deepika Padukone Go Deep!

Last year until Christmas, the process of releasing new films was seen, the corona epidemic suddenly put a brake on it. Because of this, no film could be released in January. Although now the pace of Corona has begun to weaken, the release of films seems to continue from the month of February. Many major movies are set to be released in theaters and on major platforms in February. One of them is ‘depths’. However, there was a preparation to release the depths first only in theaters. But later, the creators decided to stream it directly OTT. The film will stream on Amazon Prime Video on February 11.

The depths were in the discussion of the people from the very process of elaboration. Let us know about the five reasons that are the biggest draw of this movie.

Deepika Padukone and Ananya Pandey

1) Chemistry of relationships

Gheeriyaan is actually a romantic drama set in urban life, in which the entanglements of relationships have become the central theme of the story. Deepika Padukone is married. Her cousin is Ananya Pandey’s boyfriend. Things take such a turn that she strikes up a relationship with a cousin’s boyfriend. The chemistry of relationships has always been a selling point for Bollywood. In every era of Bollywood, you see love triangle movies based on the complexities of relationships. Needless to say, the spicy stories entertained the audience and also made a lot of money at the box office. From the confluence of Raj Kapoor-Rajendra Kumar and Vyjayanthi Mala to Devdas, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, all the movies have been highly entertaining. The chemistry of deep relationships can, in a way, be considered the confidence of entertainment.

2) Deepika Padukone’s movie

After Chhapaak in the year 2020, there has been no Deepika Padukone film in which she has a central role. Although she was definitely seen in the sports drama 83 at the end of 2021, Deepika’s character in the movie was not very important. He played the role of Acid Attack Survivor in Chhapaak, which was also highly appreciated. Deepika Padukone looks different from her actress counterparts. She has carved a niche for herself as a hero in the hero-dominated industry and in many movies, she is also greatly affected by her heroes. Her character rank also looks different. Whether it’s Padmavat or Bajirao Mastani, Deepika seems more powerful than the male lead. As far as depth goes, Deepika actually looks like the ‘Hero’ of the movie. Once again, Deepika’s avatar can look alluring in the deep.

3) For secondary actors

Why only Deepika Padukone? Gheeriyaan’s second supporting cast also looks amazing and strange. There is also a new innovator, Siddhant Chaturvedi. The character’s vision of him in the trailer draws attention. While Chunky Pandey’s daughter Ananya Pandey, who is trying to make a mark on the next generation of Bollywood heroines, is also the center of attraction. The cinema circle should also have an eye on having patience with this film. Dhairya plays the role of Deepika’s husband. Veterans like Naseeruddin Shah and Rajat Kapoor also have important roles. Naseer Sahab plays Deepika’s father while Rajat plays Siddhant’s father. From the casting, it seems that something different can be seen in the second week of February.

4) For Shakun Batra

Shakun Batra’s age is only 39 years old. As a director, he is active in Bollywood for the last 10 years. During this, only two of his films and a documentary have arrived. Gheeiyaan is his third film. His two previous films: Ek Main Aur Ek Tu, Kapoor & Sons were not very successful, but Tajaji caught the attention of the audience along with the critics. Shakun has yet to prove himself to be a successful director. As far as his work is concerned, he has presented the stories of the urban age in a new light. His two films are examples. The movie that he has chosen as Gheeiyaan seems to be pursuing his interests. A fresh and entertaining story from Shakun can be expected.

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