Review of The List: Kirti Kulhari and Angad Bedi brilliantly reflect the complexities of daily existence

The List chronicles the lives of an urban Indian couple in their early thirties . Kirti Kulhari and Angad Bedi give outstanding performances .

STORY: The List chronicles the lives of an urban Indian couple in their early thirties who are sick of their mundane robotic lives.REVIEW: Kirti Kulhari and Angad Bedi do an excellent job at illustrating the complicated lives of a young couple.The story revolves around a couple who have grown emotionally numb to the point of being fed up with their boring, mundane lives.They both perform the same tasks and follow the same routines every day.

Nothing new here!Because it is a relatable tale that accurately depicts the majority of peoples current robotic lifestyles, Gaurav Dave wrote and directed this 18-minute mini-film and was produced by Roy Kapur Films.The production quality is top-notch and extends the drama's reach.You may take a long time to get to the film, but you will understand what it is about after a few minutes: how robotic our lives as humans have become.

Even their hair (espcially, Kirtis wig), makeup, and costumes are often used to depict their very similar lifestyles.And Kirti Kulhari and Angad Bedi give outstanding performances.They lack facial expressions because they lack emotions, which they successfully convey.That's the beauty of the film, which makes it so powerful in such a short amount of time.