A good concept gone wrong
The first thing that attracts us in our partner is the good looks and the nature and behaviour is the secondary thing. But Ujda Chaman makes us realise that more than good looks we should look for good souls.
Watch it If you like -
A good concept, a decent Sunny Singh and a nice Maanvi Gagroo
But Beware of -Dragged screenplay, not many funny scenes and predictable
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Whatever popularity Ujda Chaman has gained it is because of its similarity with Bala. The film has been in the news for that reason only. Now finally the makers of Ujda Chaman are releasing their film a week prior to Bala. Abhishek Pathak makes his directorial debut with this film and he has done a good job.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
Chaman (Sunny Singh) is a 30-year-old good looking man, but there’s a problem, he is half bald. It is difficult for him to find a girl. He meets a girl named Apsara (Maanvi) through Tinder, but she turns out to be fat. Then starts the journey of how one should see the inner beauty and not the outer beauty of a person.
Ujda Chaman has a good concept, but unfortunately it doesn’t turn out to be a great film. We are not saying it’s bad, but it’s not even WOW. The film starts on a good note, there are a couple of scenes that would make you giggle in the first half, but then in the second half the movie becomes a boring. The screenplay fails to keep us hooked and it lacks freshness.
After Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety and Jhootha Kahin Ka, Sunny Singh once again impresses us with his performance. He has actually carried the whole film on his shoulder. The movie has three female leads and Maanvi Gagroo stands out. She impresses us with her act. Aishwarya Sakhuja is good and Karishma Sharma leaves a mark.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
The music in the film is also not much great. Apart from Chand Nikla and Outfit, no other songs leave a mark.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
Ujda Chaman is an average film, and could have easily been better…