The return of comedy king Govinda is the best gift for all those who have grown up watching his films
And for those who haven’t, they have missed a lifetime of treat, and now have a chance to indulge in.
Because another Friday is here, and it has brought FryDay.
FryDay makes you realize what our comedy films lacked. It makes you question all the comedy films that had the valor to release without Govinda in them.
He is the one and only of our cinema and its like he never went away! Still the same, the same comedy genius who truly deserves a script worthy of his talents.
Watch it If you like -
Watching Govinda do what he enjoys and is best at, is a treat. Manu Rishi Chadha’s dialogues are ultimate.
But Beware of -
There is no logic, it’s just Govinda who keeps even the flat jokes alive. So, if you are someone who stays away from slapstick humor, better stay away then.
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The direction by Abhishek Dogra is as unsystematic as the script. There comes a point when the film starts to feel cartoonish but then it stops there, tries to win us back in the game with the dialogues and with Chi Chi’s act.
Mostly, it gets successful in doing so.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
First, our Chi Chi bhaiya needed a better script.
Second, both the story and script are seen-before several times, comedy of errors and slapstick, everything is way too commonplace. What makes it different is Govinda and Manu Rishi Chadha’s dialogues.
These two things save the film literally. Also, these two things make sure that boredom or inactivity never strikes throughout the movie.
The story couldn’t have been better, we have left hopes from our comedy films to have a better story. Also, it is kind of illogical to find logic in comedy films. Combining both, we never hoped for a script and there was none. Though we did hope for some unexpectedly hilarious situation, but even that didn’t happen.
In some scenes, overacting led to irritation, but don’t worry, those were not Govinda scenes. There was even voice vagueness in some scenes.
Moving on, all we had was some good one-liners, funny shero shayari and some fun dialogues.
This is not done. We want more of him. And we want more of him in a good film. Govinda is matchless. Energy, Enthusiasm, Smile and Excitement, everything in oodles. We love him throughout the film, but the Mughal-E-Azam play scenes are not to be missed.
Varun Sharma paired opposite Chi Chi, great choice, apt for the role too, but his act was okayish. We wish to see both together in a much better film now, only then we will be satisfied. The film has sort of ignited this urge to see them together again, but in a film where we laugh our lungs out genuinely.
Sanjay Mishra and Brijendra Kala are like cherry on ‘Govinda Cake’. Amazingly amusing acts. Digangna Suryavanshi is good on her scenes and makes her presence felt.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
There was just one song as the starting credits rolled, where we saw some Govinda moves. No other songs were neither needed nor were there thankfully, making up for the best part about the film.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
You can easily skip this as an audience.
You need to watch if you are a fan. A Govinda fan. Because watching Govinda is so comforting for someone who is a 90s kid.