Apoorv Singh Karki’s ‘Sirf Ek Bandaa Kaafi Hai’ is an earnest, well-acted courtroom drama that needed more tension

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Manoj Vajpayee’s performance is both an acting lesson and an incarnation on how to formulate a big speech and deliver it as if the words were coming out of your mouth for the first time.

Mr. Apoorub Singh Kalki Surf Ek Vandaa Kafi Hai The film is based on a child sexual abuse case filed against Asaram Bap in 2013. The case was handled by barrister Solanki who was brought to life by Manoj Vajpayee. And when I say “brought to life” I really mean it. Manoj Vajpayee’s performance is both an acting lesson and an incarnation on how to formulate a big speech and deliver it as if the words were coming out of your mouth for the first time. he uses an accent He uses gestures and pauses. He sometimes speeds up his words and sometimes slows them down for emphasis. Manoj Vajpayee may no longer be able to ‘disappear’ in roles. He’s become so famous now that we always see the actor before his role. But that’s why this performance may be even more impressive. We continue to marvel at this actor, but he never loses sight of the character of jurist PC Solanki. A tricky double game, but Manoj Vajpayee played it brilliantly.

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