The film ‘Rat Cat’ begins with Rat (Anupriya Goinka) joining the room. Kat (Ada Sharma), wearing nailpants on her hands on the couch inside the room, will make you feel a bit awkward. Whose expressions are amazing. He has disheveled hair and a little madness riding his head. Which makes everything like a story without speaking directly.
The dialogue between the two begins with the suicide of a 19-year-old girl named Khushboo in the building. A few minutes after the start, it seems like Kat is fine, but after some time it becomes clear that she is not right but panic attacks, strained and mentally ill, which is being treated by her friend.
When Kat tells about the suicide incident in the society, she weaves three to four stories in a way that Rat doesn’t understand. During this, Rat also asks friend Kat to take medicines.
Then it is revealed that Kat used to work in the field related to acting but due to getting sick she is resting these days. This is followed by a mention of Rat and his boyfriend. Then the end of the story is frightening which the audience may not have imagined.
What is strange
In between, the dialogues between Ada Sharma and Anupriya become cumbersome. Due to the script being loose, the story in the middle is a bit boring, but by the end, both Ada and Anupriya’s acting saves this 15 minutes from ruin.
Listening to the title of the movie ‘Rat Cat’ it seems as if this story will be related to a noose or a story of confrontation between two people, but this is the complete opposite. The story is threaded, covering thick themes such as suicide and mental illness. Whose thought is definitely liked by the audience. In the end, Ada’s madness also surprises the audience.
As everyone knows, it is very difficult to reach the whole story with the right message in a short time. In such a situation, Prasad Kadam compiled this story in a short time and gave a great message in the end. If the dialogue were written more firmly, then this short film would have been able to get the whole number out of the whole.