Piku Movie


Initial release: May 8, 2015 (India)
Director: Shoojit Sircar
Music composed by: Anupam Roy
Star Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Deepika Padukone, Irrfan Khan, Jisshu Sengupta, Moushumi Chatterjee

What’s Good: I would have to actually run into a issue with myself over what is best about the film, its tale, the act or is it the man behind the digicam. Convenience pushes this tale that is so actual that you correspond with from its very first structure. One of the best representations of family ties on display.

In the film, Piku aka Deepika Padukone is operating lady in a sophisticated town. She is an designer by career, easy and separate lady comes from Delhi. She considers in down to world opinions and her close relatives is her concern. Piku is a lady who knows her liability very well.

Bhaskor Banerjee (Amitabh Bachchan) is Piku’s dad. He is outdated and has an attraction over age relevant issues. He is stubborn, impressive and his issue never finishes. He has very particular like and hates as well as set camp. Baba (Amitabh) is not the idol, but the film requires a look into the family.

Rana aka Irrfan Khan is the outsider who has no regards to the Banerjee close relatives, but caught with them and all their dilemma. He is the proprietor of a cab run and comes with his own allowance of issues. Factors modify and requires crazy changes when Rana gets engaged with close relatives members.

When Bhashkor psychologically blackmails Piku to take a journey from Delhi to Kolkata, the proprietor of the regional cab support Rana (Irrfan Khan) has no option but to generate them individually since none of his motorists are willing to withstand Piku or her unusual dad. During this unwanted journey they understand to cope with each other’s emotions and idiosyncrasies, and it shows more than Bhashkor’s bathing room routines.