- mayank shekhar
- Senior Film Critic for bbchindi.com
September 19, 2014
Director: Shashank Ghosh
Cast: Sonam Kapoor, Fawad Khan
A playful, bindaas and intelligent girl enters a disciplined home and teaches people to live with fun and laughter.
This was Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s ‘beautiful’ line that appeared in 1980.
A girl who tries hard to appear friendly and cool, who sometimes does stupid things and calls her mother (Kirron Kher) by her name Manju.
This is the ‘beautiful’ Sonam Kapoor of the year 2014.
Sonam has played the role of physiotherapist. She is entrusted with the responsibility of treating the head of a royal family in Rajasthan.
This role has been played by the famous artist and theater director Aamir Raza Hussain.
It is a pleasure to see Aamir Raza Hussain on the screen. They look absolutely real too.
Yes, but in his tone of speech there is a trace of the local Uttar Pradesh dialect, which doesn’t quite match his character in the film.
Sahabzade (Fawad Khan) who is very patient, serious and doesn’t know what job, lives in this palace with his father and mother (Ratna Pathak Shah).
The palace in which this family lives is far away from urban civilization.
Fawad’s useless role
Fawad is seen simply strolling around his palace in very formal high-collared clothing.
Living room to bedroom, bedroom to study room, study room to bathroom. I don’t know why they keep going around 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 huge female following in India and after this movie his number will only increase. Because they look good.
In the midst of the uproar of the artists, I found only one person worthy of sympathy. He is the director of the movie Shashank Ghosh.
Shashank has 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 good thing in this cooked movie and that is the refreshing music of Sneha Khanwalkar.
Well, honestly, I’m not the type of person who watches these types of movies.
This movie has probably been made with the 14-15 year old audience in mind.
What bothered me the most?
The excessive acting of Sonam Kapoor or the very weak story of the film. it’s hard to say.