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For young lovers and those obsessed with good morning, good night and all sorts of wishes on WhatsApp, Kuchh Bheega Alfaaz has a lot to offer. Despite the slow build-up, it manages to entertain with ease.
Some of the drama has the intimacy of the video that is best viewed on the smartphone. There isn't much of a plot to stretch over 116 minutes, but there are enough cute moments of youthful angst and Kolkata chic to prevent a total washout.
Despite emotionally charged sequences, the entire narrative feels a tad slow, even at 120 minutes. Unless you believe in teen love where words were more important than deeds and poetry could solve all, the film is likely to leave you untouched.
Kuch Bheege Alfaaz successfully manages to show how love in the time of social media can stay relevant. The Kolkata of trams and bridges, fish markets and open parks is shown in a stunning manner by Onir.
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