Sharad Chandra Chattopadhyay’s ‘Devdas‘ has attracted many Indian filmmakers towards him. He has been a favorite character of Indian filmmakers from silent cinema to modern age. That is why filmmakers like Naresh Mitra, Paresh Chandra Barua, Bimal Roy, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Anurag Kashyap and now Sudhir Mishra have presented it according to their views.
Paresh Barua made him in two languages (1935-37) in three languages- Bengali, Hindi and Assamese. In the film, Sudhir Mishra has presented Devdas in a completely different way. He has presented the story of Dev, Paro and Chandramukhi in a ruthless background of politics, in which there is trick, conspiracy, violence on every side, but love is also present with full conviction.
Sudhir Mishra has taken inspiration from Daas dev, but he is not completely dependent on that. He has also added some shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’ in Sharad chandra ‘Devdas’ and has also put a few ‘Gangs of Wasseypur‘ in the Climax. In a way, it is a vomiting journey of Sudhir Mishra’s ‘Das Dev’ Devdas. It decides the population travel to waste rather than waste from the population. And yes, Chuni Lal in this movie is also in a different style. In the form of Milan Shukla He is not a friend of God, he has not introduced God to Chandramukhi. He does not go to Chandramukhi, but wants Paro.
Dev Pratap Chauhan (Rahul Bhatt) is the successor of a royal political family of Uttar Pradesh. Her father Vishvaraj Singh (Anurag Kashyap) and uncle Avdesh Singh (Saurabh Shukla) are big leaders in their area. Paro (Richa Chadda) is a friend of her diagnosis. Both of them are good friends and both families have very close relationship. But things suddenly change, when God’s father Vishambhar dies in an accident.
Dev grows up his uncle by tending and wants him to handle his political heritage. But the insensitive god in the addiction is not interested in it. Paro, who is also the sister of his cousin, wants this too. Chandwani (Aditi Rao Hydari), a Chandramukhi of this story, is a girl in a political corridor, who, with the help of her brain, her Hussein, barely finds difficult work.
She works with Avdhas Singh’s friend Sahay (Dalip Tahil) and wants Dev. He creates some situations that God is ready to handle the political heritage of his family. And when Dev encounters such political mess and there are such disclosures that he remains stunned … There is a dialogue of moonlight- “There is a problem with political fixing that you can not fix everything. ‘This is also in the case of God taking the field of politics in a planned manner and many things come out of the hands of the layers, whose consequences are frightening.
Director Sudhir Mishra likes dark cinema and intense characters He is interested in portraying complex human aspects. ‘Das Dev’ is also no exception. In this too, he has introduced the love triangle among political dirt. He has presented the rhetoric of politics in a very effective manner and has also fashioned the characters in an interesting manner. But there are many flaws in the script, which prevent ‘Das Dev’ from becoming a memorable movie.
The answer to many questions remains incomplete. For instance, when Ramashray Shukla (Vipin Sharma) was very loyal to Awadhesh, why do his political opponents, etc. etc. There are also many non-essential things in the film, and sometimes it is a victim of extreme drama. But yes, Sudhir Mishra has certainly succeeded in presenting an interesting story. The film’s speed is fast and it does not boil. The audience’s interest remains in general.
The film’s dialogues are good and song-music is also suited to the subject. The songs playing in the background look good and background music is good. Rahul Bhatt influenced as Dev. If you like dark movies then you will love this movie.