How to Download Amitabh Bachchan and Rashmika Mandanna’s 2022 film Goodbye

Goodbye: Leaving a review: Amitabh Bachchan tops the list when it comes to acting because of his unwavering honesty, conviction, and masterful ability to combine emotions in each scene. In her first Hindi film, Rashmika is passable at best.

Names of actors who were cast in the movie Goodbye

  • Amitabh Bachchan
  • Rashmika Mandanna
  • Neena Gupta
  • Pavail Gulati
  • Sahil Mehra
  • Elli AvrRam

Goodbye Movie Review

Neena Gupta’s character Gayatri Bhalla, the family matriarch, passed away unexpectedly. Gayatri’s neighbours are busy deciding on a name for the WhatsApp group they are creating in honour of the deceased, while Gayatri’s family and husband, Harish Bhalla (Amitabh Bachchan), wait for their turn at the cremation site. Before they agree to title it “Chandigarh Bubblies,” they make a number of proposals aloud, including “Gone Gayatri Gone,” “Lonely Harish ji,” and “Harish ji needs us.” Why? Because Gayatri referred to the group by this name and she wants her memories to endure. Wait. And there’s more.

A new WhatsApp group necessitates a new profile photo, so the so-called group of pals pose for a happy selfie. In this emotional rollercoaster of a funeral play called Goodbye, writer-director Vikas Bahl just tosses us 0.1% of his insensitivity and silliness. I apologise for using the words drama and funeral in the same sentence. Goodbye, however, is a muddled narrative that tries to express a lot but is mired in its inadequacies to the point where it never rises beyond a funeral as you watch the plot play out.

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In fact, I kept wondering throughout the first half of the film what Bahl was attempting to convey with his tale and characters. Is the plot of Goodbye about a grieving, broken family? Or a dissident daughter who rejects the archaic and conventional rites and traditions. Is it the tale of four siblings who have made their homes in various locations and who come together to say their final goodbyes to their deceased mother?

is a conflict between science and religion. Is it a parody of the common dying rites in our culture? Or false emotional relatives. The movies Pagglait and Ram Prasad ki Tehrvi from the previous year, I must admit, provided as a solid standard for the final two components because of how brilliantly they were shown. Unfortunately, Goodbye either completely lacks or barely approaches that effect.

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Soon after hearing of Gayatri’s passing, her children return to Chandigarh, where they all live. A newly successful lawyer named Tara (Rashmika Mandanna) is consumed with regret about not picking up her mother’s final call or responding to her message. Daisy (Elli AvrRam), who travels with their husband Karan (Pavail Gulati), orders a Hindu” supper because she “loves the spicy Indian chicken.” Karan is a workaholic who is unable to function without his laptop and earbuds, even as he supports the body of his deceased mother.

Gayatri’s favourite, Angad (Sahil Mehta), orders butter chicken and butter garlic naan during his hotel layover while travelling from Dubai before his father sends him on a guilt trip during a phone conversation for indulging in party cuisine while grieving for his mother. Then, Angad does get khichdi! Another son, Nakul (Abhishekh Khan), learns of the loss much later than the rest of the family while on a hiking adventure.

The tasks to be completed for Gayatri’s burial and final rites are being discussed by Harish, his Labrador dubbed “Stupid,” and a home helper in the midst of all of this. Although Goodbye is fundamentally a comedy-drama, something doesn’t quite add up each time a joke is made while depicting death and pain. As an illustration, Harish naively complies with his buddy PP’s (Ashish Vidyarthi) requests and permits Gayatri’s body to be moved around while being maintained in a specific position. The humour around the deceased is frequently offensive and disgusting.

Goodbye has numerous heartwarming and emotionally stirring passages that may occasionally cause you to cry, but the screenplay doesn’t allow you to get lost in them for too long since the unnecessary humour interrupts the action much too frequently. Mind you, even clever humour won’t make people laugh. It’s not easy to inject humour into a delicate loss like death, in fact. But Goodbye does it a little too overtly rather than subtly.

Imagine this: After cremating their mother, Angad and Daisy indulge in an unrepentant “sambhog.” We are doing this for mum, he responds when the father asks. She desired grandchildren. I’m not sure if Bahl was attempting to convey a message or was just acting strangely.

Amitabh Bachchan tops the list when it comes to acting because of his unwavering honesty, conviction, and masterful ability to combine emotions in each scene. In her first Hindi film, Rashmika is passable at best. Although her reactions in various scenarios might have been far better, her dialogue delivery doesn’t sound forced.

Elli, Sahil, and Pavail all play their roles well and deserve the screen time they receive. Every time Neena Gupta appears in flashback scenes, the screen is lit up. She has a charming on-screen connection with Amitabh Bachchan. Sunil Grover plays the role of the priest who conducts the funeral ceremonies. He transforms the narrative from a dull and excessively drawn-out first half to a rather fascinating start to the second half. It’s intriguing to watch how he persuades Tara to put faith before reason.

Although there are many emotions involved in saying goodbye, they don’t last very long. The humour takes centre stage, and imperfections are now too obvious to ignore. Watch it nonetheless if you enjoy dramas about everyday life.

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