Four different stories, one father drowning in the sorrow of his child, one man trying with his heart and soul to help the woman he has loved since forever, a bullied boy and a bullied girl is finding solace in each other, and a girl was chasing perfection meeting an old schoolboy with a big heart. All of their stories become one as a crime lord’s actions set a chain reaction of happenings.
DIFFERENT SHADES OF LOVE
There is no set definition of how or what love will be, and Ludo beautifully expresses that. On the one hand, Alu’s selfless unrequited love, on the other Akash’s acceptance of a love for Shruti that probably wouldn’t have a chance, then there’s Bittu learning to let go, and there’s also Rahul and Sheeja simply just in love together.
THE FINE LINE BETWEEN VICE AND VIRTUE
There are no set explanations of what is right and what is wrong; at some points, what is somebody’s right could be somebody’s wrong too. Judging people based on that is a complicated process; this fine line between vice and virtue is clearly shown here.
SIMPLICITY OF BOND
When a bond develops as simple yet lovely bond as it did between Rahul and Sheeja, the lack of a shared common language will never become a barrier. The lack of dialogues of Rahul only made Saraf shine brighter with his performance in successfully portraying the simplicity between two people and their love.
Sattu Bhaiya, played by Pankaj Tripathi, became a connector of the dots, from where the intertwining of various stories started. But the most exciting aspect is his character, who is he? Can we call him a villain who bullied Rahul and Bittu? Or a thoughtful person who assured of helping Akash? Or just a lonely person was trying to find love in Lata. Watch it to decide for yourself.
BITTU’S BOND WITH MINI
Bittu had a void in his heart that almost swallowed him whole. That’s when he met Mini, whose loneliness took the best away from her. The love that Bittu had for Mini surpassed any definition, and after all, it’s Mini who taught him that sometimes we need to let go for the happiness of the people we love.
Whom should one name first? Pankaj Tripathi, Abhishek Bacchan, Aditya Roy Kapoor, Sanya Malhotra, Rajkumar Rao, Fatima Sana Shaikh, Rohit Saraf, Pearle Maaney, Asha Negi, and many more. It felt like they weren’t cast for that roles. Those roles were written for the special mention of little Inayat Verma, who brought Mini to life.