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Sona Spa review by Times of India
Sona Spa critic rating (Times of India): 3
Sona Spa review by rediff.com
Sona Spa critic rating (rediff.com): 0.5
Sona Spa review by The Asian Age
Sona Spa critic rating (The Asian Age): 1
 
 

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Sona Spa  (2013 - Hindi)

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  • Noorulain Sayed

    Sona Spa... Strictly avoid this one...!!!

    Sona Spa rating: 1 out of 10

    By Noorulain Sayed(22 Mar 2013)

    Sona Spa begins with Naseeruddin Shah’s voice revealing how the most prized possession of us human beings is sleep (ya right as if we didn't know), and cut to we are shown a spa where girls 'do not sleep with you, but for you'. Ah! This was enough to make me squirm in my seat! But more was to come as this was just the beginning! Say hello to a couple of women, who sleep in beds, attired in robes. And these are first 15 minutes of this weird film. All the while I am thinking will I be able to survive this one?

    Meet the clients: A creep who is having not one but ... » read more

Film: Sona Spa; Actors: Naseeruddin Shah, Nivedita Bhattacharya, Ahana Kumrah, Shruti Vyas; Writer-director: Makarand Despande; Rating: ***

These women sleep for you. Not with you. These are not street walkers. They are sleep workers, who sleep for you when you are busy.

Welcome to Makarand Despande's amazing world of what-if possibilities. The hypnotic hypothesis of Makarand's play renders itself into a quirky, sometimes exasperating, and sometimes invigorating peep into the troubled psyche of sleepless souls. The film exudes a kind of tongue-in-cheek wisdom that's poised precociously between existential home-truths and plain nuttiness.

Only Makarand could stride these two incompatible worlds of the outlandish and the tragic with such a clear disdain for cinematic conventions.

Snatching sleep and stealing dreams in a sleep-spa run by an unbelievably benign non-avaricious entrepreneur (Pooja Pradhan), is» Read full review

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