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My Birthday Song

My Birthday Song

The film opens to a person going through a psychological evaluation. The brooding lead, Rajiv Kaul (Sanjay Suri), an ad agency boss, reveals that he hasn’t slept in a year. The camera closes in on his eyes and for some reason, his beard to confirm. But this excessively-used technique of infusing intensity into a scene by zooming into people and objects takes an off turn when in another scene, it magnifies a shrub-like growth in someone’s ears.

The disturbed 40-something narrates the events that took place on a certain birthday that left him dented and altered. A married man, Kaul remembers partying with his friends in his wife’s absence. It is here that he meets a Canadian PYT of Indian origin, Sandy (Nora Fatehi) and the two hit it off. Since the dialogue in this film was surely an afterthought, their foreplay includes lines such as “you’re tough on the outside and a kid inside”. When she accidentally scratches him while riding her hands over his body, she apologises. But he says, “It’s OK, I like it.” But this isn’t a film about sadistic fetishes. It’s not even a tale of infidelity as a means to break away from one’s dulled existence. A tragic event and a shocking revelation tears Kaul apart and he begins re-living the day, every single day. Unlike Groundhog Day, where Bill Murray’s character is stuck in a similar situation, Kaul can’t alter his circumstance through evolution or a personality makeover.

Sanjay Suri is tasked with quite a responsibility here. Essaying a man with compromised faculties could push many to resort to epic hamming. To his credit, Suri is well restrained for a large part of the film and manages to hold one’s attention till the film and his character’s hallucinations go from obscure to absurd. Nora Fatehi’s Sandy is a very one-dimensional character and barely gives her the opportunity to express her talent. None of the supporting cast members stand out or alter the film’s mood sufficiently to deserve a mention.

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Genre: Thriller

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Duration: 95 min

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