Hope Aur Hum, this simple family delight has more morals than story
Last week’s release ‘102 not out’ and now this movie too, movies on adjustments one has to make when one reaches past the prime age.
That’s not all.
It’s a positive and happy take on life, the changes it brings with itself, the everyday affairs and moments, destiny and on how hope anchors our approach and attitude towards life.
There are a lot of things one thinks and learns while watching the film, but as a film the script is weak.
Watch it If you like -
A very positive and real zone of the film keeps you connected, Simple family movie
But Beware of -
Engagement in the script and growth in the story was missing
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Sudip Bandyopadhyay brings together three different generations and journeys, the changes they go through and they hope they cling onto.
The plot idea is relevant but we needed more from the story and script.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
The story is drenched with easiness and the theme of ‘letting go’.
A retired old man is obsessed with his vintage photo-copy machine. A playful kid trying to understand destiny. The story explores the circle of life.
Life of ordinary people shown in the most real way.
But screenplay is way to weak to support any of the positive points. Its unprogressive and slow. Scenes and situations lead to a nowhere path and you keep waiting for something more rational to happen. Or may something emotional or touching to happen.
The film just touched and went, it couldn’t make a prolonged stay on our mind or heart.
But the subtext of the film still gets delivered. Or we tried to extract our moral from the film we found sweet but unengaging.
Naseeruddin Shah is good as always, but now the roles this veteran actor has been doing seem monotonous.
Sonali Kulkarni acted effortlessly and naturally. She looked graceful and was convincing in her role. Aamir Bashir was good in his role. Naveen Kasturia is enthusiastic in his act and somehow his role needed more establishment.
Kabir Sajid as Anu is the steals the limelight from all his co-stars. The child actor is simply endearing. He emotes like an ace, delivers his dialogues brilliantly and holds his stead against stalwarts.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
The background score by Rupert Fernandez was cheerful. Songs ‘Aache Bachche Rote Nahin’ is very befitting.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
You may connect with this film in few scenes and situations but overall the film leaves us dissociated from many emotions we kept looking in the film.
You can skip this one!