Gehraiyaan opened to mixed reviews from the critics and the audience. But, one thing is for sure – a lot of people watched it. While some did it for the actors and the storyline, others wanted to understand the hype.
There’s however one more type of the audience – the kind that watches films with open eyes, literally. A tweet was shared by Chloe-Amanda Bailey, a journalist who pointed out a mistake in the film and we are still wondering how we missed it.
One thing unresolved in #Gehraiyaan is how Tia’s glass transformed in this scene when she never put it down? 😆 pic.twitter.com/PFGG5aohcZ— Chloe-Amanda Bailey (@ChloeAmandaB) February 21, 2022
This tweet was shared with two pictures of Tia’s character, played by Ananya Panday from the same scene in the film. She can be seen using a glass which changes within the scene, without her putting it down. Seems like someone missed out on the continuity checks.
Twitterati had a mixed response here, as well – some are praising the observation and others cannot help but laugh about it. Oh, and some even found a similar mistake in another film.
Is the continuity director watching!?— Ajay Kamath (@ajay43) February 21, 2022
February 21, 2022
Same thing with this scene??? #tumbin 2001 pic.twitter.com/HLZu31svOf— uɐɥnɐɥꓛ ɥsǝſᴉɹꓭ (@briijeshchauhan) February 21, 2022
It’s a magic that only Indian filmmakers can do….😅😅😅#Gehraiyaan @ananyapandayy @deepikapadukone @ChloeAmandaB https://t.co/MBQ1n10FXl— Ayush Dixit (@AyushDi67550792) February 21, 2022
Excellent observation!😂😂— Pratyush Ghosh (@Pratyus75858893) February 21, 2022
So many otherwise Oscar winning movies, quite like this one, miss out because of continuity errors like this.— Amogh (@amogh_astra) February 22, 2022
In that scene in Chandni Chowk To China, when Akshay Kumar throws chopsticks at the big white dude, he has diff number of chopsticks after cut. Nahi to Oscar pakka tha. https://t.co/HruJ4iGoh9
Don’t go into deep.— कृष्ण दास (@kdnarayan_) February 22, 2022
Only the name is #Gehraiyaan https://t.co/YsK8AMAbgl
You’re going to watch the scene yourself, aren’t you?