The Fame Game Review: A Routine Drama With A Stunning and beautiful Madhuri Dixit as Anamika Anand. Anamika Anand, played by Madhuri Dixit, is a superstar of films and has a huge fanbase due to her performance in Movies. Her life looks perfect on social media and the outside world but something is missing in her life for herself. Everything looks fine from the outside but one day, she goes missing.
Who is behind Anamika’s disappearance? What happened to her and who are the suspects is the basic storyline of the series? It’ll be fun to see what was the reason for her being disappeared and how will she survive out of this chaos.
The Fame Game Review: Performances
The Fame Game star Madhuri Dixit makes her foray into webspace with the series. She plays Anamika Khanna, a role trailer made for her. Anamika is a star on verge of losing stardom to upcoming younger stars. A mother of two kids trying and sole breadwinner of the family. It’s a part that hits too close to the home for a lot of female celebrities, including Madhuri.
If there is one reason to sit through Th Fame Game it is Madhuri Dixit alone. She is stunning in the show making it enjoyable being on the screen. She is magnetic and attractive for her age, looks very young. She grabs the screen with her presence and emotes with her eyes. A lot is conveyed with just casual expressions without saying much or a single word. It is therefore another typical performance from her which shines through mediocrity. The only reason if someone will love the show is Madhuri and her charm presence in the show.
Performance by other Artists in The Fame Game – Review
The Fame Game Review – Cast Performance: Sanjay Kapoor is perfect casting for the part and his granular voice adds to the impact in the show. He is alright as a performer though with his huffing and puffing in key moments. Manav Kaul is okay playing a star, as he feels lacking in flamboyance.
But, he is superb in expressing the personal side of the role in the series. The depressed star who is longing for happiness is neatly conveyed. We can see the pain on his face and in the eyes.
Lakshvir Singh Saran irritates for a large part but gets better towards the end. Muskkaan Jaferi is passable playing a star daughter and did her role with almost perfection. She shows promise in a couple of scenes, but that’s it. Suhasini Mulay is dependable as usual.
Rajashri Deshpande‘s role starts well but is lost along the way as the investigation progresses. The personal touch comes across as a forced add on. The uneasiness shows in the act. Kashyap Harsha Shangari is another interesting role that’s not utilised well. It is the same with Gagan Arora. The rest of the actors too are alright.
More about The Fame Game
- Producer: Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, Somen Mishra, Sri Rao, Dharmatic Entertainment
- Showrunner: Sri Rao
- Director: Bejoy Nambiar, Karishma Kohli Supervising
- Producer: Nisha Mehta Ivey
- Writer: Sri Rao
- Cast: Madhuri Dixit Nene, Sanjay Kapoor, Manav Kaul, Suhasini Muley, Lakshvir Saran, Muskkaan Jaferi, Rajshri Deshpande