Angreji Medium: Movie Trailer Talks
The London dream!
Are you ready to watch Irrfan Khan on the silver screen? His powerful screen presence is coming with the next installment of Hindi Medium. Angrezi Medium is directed by Homi Adajania and stars Radhika Madan, Deepak Dobriyal, Kareena Kapoor Khan, and Dimple Kapadia.
It will be great to see such an actor like Irrfan Khan, who is so much passionate about his craft. After taking a break for a while due to illness, this performer is back.
The trailer reveals that this is going to be a story of valedictorian who dreams of going to the UK for further studies. The role of the college student and the daughter of Irrfan Khan is played by Radhika Madan who fits in totally.
Just like any other girl, Tarika played by Radhika Madan wants some freedom from her daunting father and wants to pursue her studies in the UK. When Irrfan says “Bharat ko angrezon se azadi lene me 200 saal lage the tu 18 tak toh ruk hi sakti hai“.
It is great to see on the screen something which everyone can relate to. Parents trying to catch up on the English language trying to speak up a few phrases during annual programs. We have all seen that! Parents are happy to see their kids flourish and reach great heights. The movie is going to be very authentic. Of course, it is not going to be SOTY!
Kareena Kapoor Khan will be on the screen as a British Police Officer. Bebo is on-screen!
Watch the fun and magical Deepak Dobriyal being a sibling to Irrfan Khan in a quirky way. It is always fun to watch him.
In short, the trailer unfolds a journey of a small-town girl with an obsession of going abroad and widening her horizon. While her father is making a way to make her dream come true by gathering a giant amount of 1 Crore, which is not an easy task at all. But, daughters are father’s love. Father can do anything for their daughters. They are their little angels!
In Hindi Cinema, it is great to see this kind of story where the father is promoting his daughter’s interest in a subtle way without asking her to marry first. Indian cinema is changing and so are the things around. I guess, after “Piku” we can see another side of the Father-daughter relationship in this movie and hence becomes a must-watch.
Oh yes! We disappoint our parents and sometimes we make our immature mind think of how boring and stupid life they are living, but when we mature a little bit and grow we understand that they toil day and night to make the ends meet and fulfill our desires for iPhones and so on.
There will be fights and there will be joyful moments, but daughters always know that he (Father) is the first man who came into their lives.
So ladies and gentlemen, carry a box of tissue papers as you visit your nearest theatres this 13th March.