4 Things That Went Wrong In Kajol, Tanvi Azmi & Mithila Palkar Starrer Tribhanga
Tribhanga has a strong base and it is hard-hitting, Shahane tries to fill the bag out of proportion. There is a lot for 90 minutes. She touches child abuse, female feticide, undemanding love, personal conflicts and a few other things. All of this keeps adding up with no conclusion in sight.
In the effort to show how Anuradha (Kajol) had to face criticism for being a child to a single mother is shown in a very unreal manner. I can’t think of a primary teacher asking a child if her parents are divorced.
The melodrama and tone surrounding the actor after a point gets too high. I, for once, wanted her to tone down a bit in parts.
What lacks in Renuka Shahane's direction are smooth transitions. For, e.g. the climax comes at an abrupt spot, and it took me a good 2 minutes to digest, that is how it all sums up.