Film Review: Daas Dev
A tepid lead triumvirate and chaotic narrative let down the latest version of 'Devdas'
Filmmakers have long been fascinated by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s 1917 Bengali novel, Devdas. For years they have reworked and rehashed this story. Now, Sudhir Mishra brings his brand of north Indian political frisson to a love story that pivots around the drunken Dev and the two women, Paro and Chandni, orbiting him.