I just wish they didn't have to come up with kludges because Hollywood wants to force you to watch a movie in a way that most don't appreciate anymore.
It feels natural and I don't have to strain to catch anything.
He plays the role of a goon in anguish.
The film unfolds the layers of the central characters, that is Alia Bhatt and Randeep Hooda, and their traumatic childhood experiences.
However it is a collaborative Japanese effort.
It's quite annoying to me, even though I haven't seen a movie in years.
There is absolutely no magic to this, it is not about bad equipment, how the actors speak or which channels are mixed what way, it is just about the ratio of dialog volume to everything else.
A dozen times per movie, if not more, on some movies.