Chuckle-some short jokes sprinkled over a nicely treated screenplay
The film is a rom com waffle that was crisp in pace throughout.
And Jaccky Bhagnani is like a dollop of whipped cream on waffle. Some will like it, some will not.
While this waffle was too thin to engage us throughout or to not start seeming predictable, the one liners and treatment kept us on our seats.
A clean family entertainer.
Watch it If you like -
Fresh pairing of Jackky and Kritika, A clean family entertainer, Pratik Gandhi’s act is really nice
But Beware of -
The treatment stayed intact, but the script lost track in the second half.
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Director Nitin Kakkar chose to do a remake of Telugu film Pelli Choopulu (2016) for his second film after ‘Filmistaan’.
While the narration has its flaws, the transplant and thus feel of the story in Gujarat, looks very good and realistic.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
Okay, so firstly, the title has nothing to do with either the PM or the film. So, let’s move ahead. Second, the film did cross our expectation with the way the first half was treated.
So, the story was common, but the script is differently treated, and well that’s what we look in films because, rom coms have almost same story set up.
Urban rom-com, where the setting is modern but not tradition, the story of the film is of two individuals whose approach to life is as different as chalk and cheese. We have not seen the original, but per the trailers the story looks totally similar.
But yes, apart from the treatment here, the one-liners by Sharib Hashmi create a difference.
Also, while the script lost track and went on a completely different tangent, our focus did waver. But the short length of the film saved the day.
At a wedding, a rich businessman (Mohan Kapur) asks Raunak (Pratik Gandhi) the typical question
Jackky Bhagnani is a surprise. His good-for-nothing look and attitude worked perfectly for us. But again, he is like a dollop of whipped cream, some may like it, some might not, and for the latter, his act might be that of a sleepyhead. But for us, this was by far is best act, honest and innocent at heart.
Kritika Kamra looked amazing in her debut and convincing in her role. But we felt, her role wasn’t that well written.
Pratik Gandhi as Raunak shines bright in the film. Having the best dialogues and scenes, he surely caught our eye.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
Tanishk Bagchi, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Sharib Toshi, DJ Chetas and few more composers have done the 8 tracks for the film. Sawarne Lage was the best for us. Rest of the songs are good but did spoil the movie flow.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
Mitron is nothing we haven’t seen before, yet quite refreshing given the new lead pair and treatment of the film.
A harmless one time watch and a clean family movie.