Cobalt Blue | Official Trailer | Prateik Babbar, Anjali Sivaraman, Neelay Mehendale | Netflix India
Cobalt Blue (2022) Movie Explained in Hindi | The Explanations Loop
Both the film and the book were amazing. Originally written by an Indian author and published in 2013 was one of the notable works about love, freedom and heartbreak.
Don’t compare it with or call it the Indian version of Call Me By Your Name (2017), both are different and unique. The story of a brother and sister falling for an unknown, mysterious person. Which separates two siblings.
I recommend that you clear your schedule so you don’t feel like you missed reading this I love the characters especially Tanay I love how not to spoil the ending but I am in love <3 With this book, I couldn’t stop reading, and there is no part of the book that will make you stop reading.
‘Love is a habit, habit ends, you die’, those words made me cry at the very beginning of the film. I smiled when Tanay fell in love, I was happy when they made love under the night sky, I felt warmth when they kissed each other, and suddenly I was crying when he disappeared without a note, I Seeing Tanay hiding, the heart broke, all the pain inside her. Music, dialogues everything is beautifully written and played, I was living those 112 minutes of human emotions, love and despair. The actors certainly bring to life the pain and feelings of these characters and Tanay and Anuja.
Tanay represents all those members of LGBTQ who are trying to find their place in a heterogeneous society. ‘Women stole the men we love’ his teacher told him one day. Tanay’s love was so pure and so devoted, he never questioned anything, he never doubted, he believed everything that the nameless person said.
He just loved her with all his heart, and it made me cry throughout the book and the movie. Tanay’s deep sadness and despair will haunt me for a while.
A movie that can feed you content for a long time if you are an art film consumer. Not that the story is extraordinary, but the nuances in every frame are like an artwork. I stopped at several frames and saw paintings of different genres such as still lifes, landscapes, portraits, installations in time, sculptures. The characters were the fine grains that woven this canvas. At a time when IMDB ratings are mostly given on political agenda, just to manipulate the real essence of movies, I am giving it 10 so that its average is better than what it deserves. Greetings to the team.
Never heard of it surfaced on Netflix. It was an attempt with a different theme. Where there are location scenes, good actors have done a good job. Symbol is good. It can be called an arty film of the 70s, but at least the makers tried something new instead of making a film about poor ugly Indians from a remote village in India and the struggles of the wise in some Indian city.
By no means do I agree with the story, initially it looked promising but later it turned into something that seems to be a practically wrong decision. A girl educated with a good family, gets an equally good offer to become a coach in a small town, the same way a boy leaves everyone behind for no reason as a boy who Little did he know that one day after sharing some beautiful moment disappears. Instead of coming out of it and starting anew, he gives up little.
Eventually his novel is published which is not that easy in reality. With the new theme, if the producer had used some strong narration, it would have worked for the film.