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In “Dear Dad” movie director Tanuj Bhramar tries to come up with a realistic yet high on dramatic effect description of a film.
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The father-son relationship at start itself seems quite unconvincing. Probably the father-son relationship can be complex. Father and sons with widely different interests can find it hard to relate to one another. Sometimes their male tendencies to not communicate feelings are compounded as both want a better father-son relationship but neither one quite knows how to go about it. There is a muzzy exchange of dialogues that come across as an existent distance in their relationship.
Story is about father-son relationship. Here, Nitin (Arvind Swamy) takes a road trip to drop his son Shivam (Himanshu Sharma) to the boarding school. There is a typical father-son relationship where the teenager likes to be with his gadgets instead of a conversation with his father. But this comfortable equation changes when Nitin makes a shocking revelation.
Nitin has a life-altering confidence to share the secret with his adolescent son shivam. It takes courage for the father of a teenaged boy to come out of the closet. And even more, to affirm the truth to him. The kid, who fancies looking at adult magazines and has a crush on a girl from the neighboring school, is shattered when he discovers why his parents are getting a divorce. Director Tanuj Bhramar whips up a charming story.
Dear Dad deserves a watch for the enlighten point it makes about accepting people for who they are and loving them unconditionally. Story is simple with a lot of heart. Director paints a poignant tale filled with warmth and some genuine sweet moments.
Reviewed by: – Amee Rughani