Shiddat Journey Beyond Love is a Hindi drama film directed by Kunal Deshmukh. Its official release date is December, 2020, on this film occasion we bring you its consolidated reviews and ratings.
Popular Bollywood celebs Sunny Kaushal, Radhika Madan, Mohit Raina, Diana Penty played an important role in this movie Shiddat Journey Beyond Love.
- Initial release: 1 October 2021
- Director: Kunal Deshmukh
- Produced by: Bhushan Kumar; Dinesh Vijan
- Production; companies: T-Series; Maddock Films
Shiddat Journey Beyond Love is a Hindi movie starring Sunny Kaushal, Radhika Madan, Mohit Raina and Diana Penty in lead roles. It is a drama directed by Kunal Deshmukh.
what is love? to be and let them be. Freedom to express, to be true to your feelings, to let yourself fly like an expanse of wind, to feel that you have power over your decisions, to understand what really makes you happy Joins, and respects those choices.
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Well, if you are watching a Bollywood romantic movie where ‘Shiddat Wala Pyaar’ just means chasing and intimidating a woman till she accepts you to stop torturing you and her family. Don’t be forced to do it. The formula is the same, the characters differ – sometimes you add some beautiful music and get Kabir Singh, and sometimes you fly out of India and get Badrinath Ki Dulhania. This time, you got the movie Shiddat starring Sunny Kaushal (Vicky Kaushal’s brother) and Radhika Madan.
Directed by Kunal Deshmukh, Shiddat begins with the love story of Gautam (Mohit Raina) and Ira (Diana Penty) – two completely opposite people who fall in love and decide to be together for life. In his beautiful speech during their wedding reception, Gautham talks about how he was meant to be with Ira and that he could find her wherever she was because that is his destiny.
The magic of that speech works wonders on Jaggi (Sunny), a happy, carefree soul who was there to enjoy ‘Free Ki Daru’ with her friends. Few months later and we see Jaggi trying to enter UK illegally. Only to be caught in France and exiled by Gautam who has now become an Indian diplomat in Europe. Jaggi sees Gautham and tells him how his speech inspired him to become such a great lover, who was not afraid to come to Europe to meet the love of his life aka Kartika (Radhika), who was told about this. She has no clue that this man is following her and has a whole plan to ruin her marriage which is happening in a few days with a man she herself agreed to marry and actually is happy.
The flashback of the story begins and we see Jaggi falling for Kartika while she takes it very casually and goes back to her home in London and clarifies that it was all for fun. She tells him that she is happily married to someone in London and that she doesn’t need to make a fuss as it is over from her side.
Jaggi, as the Indian lover grew up glorifying the chase as an attempt to impress the girl, tries her best to reach out to Kartika and sabotage her marriage. What happens during his journey as he has to face many terrible setbacks, it is believed that you will feel sympathetic towards the man. After all, he’s even come here to prove to a girl that ‘she’s not. 1’ in his life. How can you not appreciate the risk you have taken and the folly he has shown!
Shiddat could easily have been a progressive film featuring the girl as a national level swimmer and the boy as a hockey player. Or a simple love story by showing how they both overcome their delusions and fight the world to prove how much they want to be with each other.
But, the makers had to take an impractical path that seems more impossible than the prospect of finding sanity in Bollywood’s love stories (barring a few). Who decides to swim through the 560 km long English Channel between Paris and England to reach a girl? Can we stop fooling our men in international waters, please?
Shiddat could easily have been a progressive film, but the makers had to take an impractical path that seems more impossible than the prospect of finding sanity in Bollywood love stories. Who decides to swim through the 560 km long English Channel between Paris and England to reach a girl? Can we stop fooling our men in international waters, please?
Another extremely problematic scene in the film is the writer’s solution to the manhandling and harassment. When Jaggi goes to click and post his picture on social media without Kartika’s permission, she goes inside the boy’s locker room and clicks him naked by tearing off his clothes and removing his towels. Bringing men back is not the way to stop molesters and abusers. Seeing this as an act of retaliation would be a short-sighted view of the problem. We can write and show better than that!
Even with good acting, Shiddat’s story is impractical and the love it talks about is not for ordinary, normal people. Love knows no boundaries but you don’t have to go about it literally!