A devoted grandson embarks on a complicated and comic journey to fulfill his ailing grandmother's last wish.A devoted grandson embarks on a complicated and comic journey to fulfill his ailing grandmother's last wish.A devoted grandson embarks on a complicated and comic journey to fulfill his ailing grandmother's last wish.
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- (as R. Bhakti Klein)
Netflix has to rethink its strategy regarding Hindi movies. They are good with their English shows and foreign titles but they have bad Hindi movies in their catalog. Drive. Mrs. Serial Killer. Ginny Weds Sunny. Chopsticks. House Arrest. Maska. The Girl on the Train and now, this one.
Arjun Kapoor- Our so-called hero is the main reason why this movie is a complete failure. He is lazy as an actor. There is not a single shot where he is trying to impress you. Further, the writing is poor where we don't see meaty roles and dialogues.
John and Aditi managed to offer some relief. They look good as a couple. Further, you have Neena Gupta as the Dadi and Kanwaljeet Singh as Arjun's father and Neena's son. Don't have any major expectations here as they all have sketchy roles but at least, they look a little genuine.
The whole scenario where Arjun is in Pakistan is the worst part of the movie. The scenes and most importantly, the idea of lifting a century-old house looks plain stupid. I was hoping for some real sense but Nah, the makers did not make any effort here.
The premise is cheesy.
The twists are boring.
The pace is lackluster.
This kind of Bollywood is uninspired.
Please, do NOT watch this one.
- May 18, 2021