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Goodbye Review
October 8, 2022 0 Comments

When a family member leaves, the void is not easy to fill & the final Goodbye is even harder. In the movie, the Bhalla family is trying to cope with one such loss.

Directed by Vikas Bahl and produced under the banner of Balaji Telefilms, Goodbye is a touching movie where Amitabh Bachchan aka Harish Bhalla loses his wife Neena Gupta aka Gayatri Bhalla unexpectedly and the family is finding it difficult to cope with the loss. 

The movie portrays the pain of a family that has lost a member and each one in the family has its own way of reacting to the situation, some keep quiet while others mourn.

Harish has 4 children namely Tara (Rashmika Mandanna), Karan (Pavel Gulati), Nakul (Abhishekh Khan), and Angad (Sahil Mehta). The story depicts dysfunction in the house where everyone is in the dysfunction of guilt, the guilt of something left to be said or heard.

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Tara is a lawyer and lives with her boyfriend Mudassar (Shivin Narang). She just won her first case and partied hard while ignoring the calls from her parents. The next morning she learns through the bar employee that her mother passed away last night and this comes to her as a shock.

Later on in Chandigarh, where her mother died, she and her father argue over last rites. None of the sons live with their parents and Nakul is even unavailable at the last right. Harish is so disturbed by his spouse’s death that he squabbles and fights with everyone. He even gets angry over the two sons that have come because they don’t seem to be affected by the death of their mother to him.

 
 
 
 
 
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The sorrow, the father-daughter contention, & the sarcasm are the essence of the movie. ‘Jab kala javan hoti hai to kalakar boodha ho jata hai’, par yahan to kala bhi javan hai aur kalakar (Amitabh Bachchan and Neena Gupta) bhi kuch khas bodhey nahin hue. Rashmika Mandanna as a self-assertive & independent girl is impressive. Divya (with the company) & Sunil add color to the gloomy situation.

Ashish Vidyarthi as an old-timer makes you remind of somebody in your own family. Other cast & proper use of symbolism supported the storyline. However, the only unconvincing point is the father-daughter reconciliation. 

Music suits the situation and the soundtracks like Maaya and Chann Pardesi are also very touchy. 

 
 
 
 
 
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Overall, Goodbye is a sentimental and family-oriented movie and you can relate a lot while watching it.

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