‘Mirzya’ first half movie review: Fair watch so far

The eternal saga of Mirzya and Sahiban remains evergreen because lovers, through ages, swear by its timelessness. Rakesh Omprakash Mehra’s ‘Mirzya’ so far is a fair watch.

It begins with two tales of love from two different ages, flowing simultaneously. Suchitra (Saiyami Kher) aka Suchi is the daughter of an influential man from Rajasthan while Adil (Harshvardhan Kapoor) is their servant’s son. Fate plays cruel as the childhood lovebirds are detatched from each other. When they meet again, Suchi is taken by a luckier man.

We parallely see glipmses from the folk love story of Mirzya and Sahiban. However, actingwise it rather doesn’t live up to expectations. Music, though beautiful, is a bit too frequent. The visual treatments demand praise, but VFX could be better.