- mayank shechar
- Senior film critic for BBC Hindi.com
Director: Shashanka Ghosh
Cast: Sonam Kapoor, Fawad Khan
A playful, cool and smart girl enters a disciplined house and teaches the people there to live with pleasure and pleasure.
This was Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s ‘beautiful’ line in 1980.
A compulsively friendly and cool looking girl, who sometimes does crazy things and calls her mother (Kiran Kher) by her name Manju.
This is the ‘beautiful’ Sonam Kapoor of the year 2014.
Sonam has played the role of physiotherapist. He is charged with the responsibility of handling the head of a royal family of Rajasthan.
This role has been played by the famous theater artist and director Aamir Raza Hussain.
It is a pleasure to see Aamir Raza Hussain on screen. He also looks very royal.
Yes, but the tone of his speech has a hint of local dialect of Uttar Pradesh, which doesn’t quite match his character in the film.
The very patient Gambhir lives in this palace with his mother and father (Ratna Pathak Shah) and Sahabzade (Fawad Khan) who are very busy and have no idea what kind of work.
The palace in which this family lives is seen far from urban civilization.
The irresistible role of Fawad
Dressed in loosely closed-necked formal attire, Fawad is simply seen through his palace.
From living room to bedroom, from bedroom to study, from study to bathroom. Don’t know why they keep circling here and there.
Fawad is a Pakistani singer and actor. He became famous in India with the TV series ‘Zindagi Gulzar Hai’.
He has a good female fan base in India and his number will only increase after this movie. Because they look good.
In the midst of the artists’ commotion, I felt only one person worthy of sympathy. He is the director of the movie Shashanka Ghosh.
Shashank previously directed ‘Vaisa Bhi Hota Hai Part-2’ (2003) and ‘Quick Gun Murugan’ (2009). You may not have liked these movies, but they were different movies with their own style.
There is only one thing good about this pakau film and that is the uplifting music of Sneha Khanwalkar.
Frankly, I’m not one to watch these kinds of movies.
This film was probably made with an audience of 14-15 years in mind.
What bothered me the most?
Sonam Kapoor is either overdone acting or the film’s very weak story. it’s hard to say.