Lost Hindi Movie Review: Yami Gautam’s Lost movie has directly opted for the OTT release on ZEE5 on February 16, 2023. Let us see Lost Review.
Cast: Yami Gautam, Rahul Khanna, Pankaj Kapur, Pia Bajpiee, Tushar Pandey, Neil Bhoopalam, and others
Director: Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury
Producers: Zee Studios, Sam Fernandez, Kishor Arora, Shareen Mantri Kedia, Indrani Mukherjee
Music Director: Shantanu Moitra
Cinematographer: Avik Mukhopadhyay
Editor: Bodhaditya Banerjee
Lost Movie Story
A young theatre artist Ishan Bharti (Tushar Pandey) goes missing, and soon, the police brand him as a Maoist. Vidhi Sahani (Yami Gautam), a crime reporter, decides to know the actual truth behind Ishan’s missing. Vidhi suspects Ankita Chauhan Vidhi Sahani (Yami Gautam), who is in a relationship with Ishan. Vidhi also doubts Varma (Rahul Khanna), who is a politician, for Ishan’s missing. Is Ishan alive or dead? What is the reason behind his missing? forms the base plot of the Lost movie.
Lost Hindi Movie Review: Positive Aspects
- The makers touched the untouchability, discrimination, vendetta politics, and violent propaganda; this attempt is very much appreciable
- Yami Gautam delivered a very fine performance and is convincing as a crime reporter
- Rahul Khanna as a politician gave a very subtle performance
- The dialogues are nice and the ending is curated nicely
Lost Hindi Movie Review: Negative Aspects
- The narration is not engaging and the movie is inconsistent
- The racy screenplay and attention-holding sequences are missing in the movie
- The overall impact of the movie was reduced due to the focus on some unwanted aspects
- The placement of songs is awful as they come as a roadblock during some interesting moments
Lost Movie Review: Technical Aspects
Shantanu Moitra’s background score is decent and the cinematography by Mukhopadhyay is good. The makers spent reasonably on the movie but the editing is below par. Director Anirudha Roy Chowdhury did a pretty ordinary job with this movie. The subject he has chosen is good but the issue is with the messy narration.
Concluding the Lost Hindi Movie Review, Lost is a so-so thriller that has a few interesting moments. Yami Gautam’s acting is good, but the presence o unnecessary scenes made the movie lose track.