If movies had a face with a big smile, they will all look like Tumhari Sulu
Not every time we can make a movie fall into either of the two spots, good or bad. Not every time flaws in the movie need to be reviewed.
Because rarely do we see films like Tumhari Sulu, that carry a big smile and at times that’s most required.
Do watch it to meet the happy, smiling and wholesome face of cinema.
Watch it If you like -
Wonderful performances, A happy film, Intent and content are fab
But Beware of -
Few slow and idle portions but even they don’t hamper the smile this movie brings to our faces
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Ad director turned filmmaker Suresh Triveni makes his film debut with a storywritten by himself and that follows the recent Bollywood wave.
Stories based more on real world, it’s like a window into a neighbor’s house. And Tumhari Sulu makes this window seem even more lifelike.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
Peeping into a housewife’s world, the film welcomes you to the arena of kid-at-heart woman Sulochana.
And once you enter, the journey is happy and you wouldn’t want to exit it. Sure, you will want to see what Sulochana’s future holds for her since she is all about dreams and making them work.
This slice of life film also makes it a point to portray a realistic family, to connect with their everyday experience, and to bring up routine obstacles a family might go through. And in doing that, it sends out so many messages, it’s like a different take home message for everybody since we all perceive things differently.
What’s common as a departing gift, is one big smile.
Sure, there are imperfections in the film, but its these irregularities and focus on small details and moments that make the film realistically grand.
Vidya Balan as Sulu, anybody could have played this character, but nobody would have lived it like Vidya. She makes it so real and natural, you will fall in love with her character and the way she portrays it.
Manav Kaul as Ashok is tremendous. A loving husband who is as gentle as a lamb, but also can be furious and jealous, the actor pulled off his role exceptionally.
Vijay Maurya as Pankaj is convincing. Neha Dhupia as Maria is perfect in her role, for someone who is both hot and graceful, and a good actor, we wonder why she doesn’t do more films. Abhishek Sharma as Pranav, the kid adds more reality to this sweet family with his act.
Malishka Mendonsa (Malishka RJ) as RJ Albeli Anjali is good in her role. So are Sindhu Shekharan as Aradhana and Seema Taneja as Kalpana (the twin sisters), and Trupti Khamkar as Lady Driver
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Songs gave extra wings to the movie.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
As per the film’s tagline, sometimes you don’t need wings to fly, delight and smile sure work instead.