19 April 2019 | Tejas_Vinda_AITS
Cliché-ridden melodrama and vulgar Jokes.
'Sharma Ji Ki Lag Gai' tells the story on the marital issues of a sexpert.
Professor Sharmaji (Brijendra Kala) is quite a prude, but happens to be the sex columnist of 'Jhunjhuna Samachar', a weekly newspaper owned by the wealthy and influential Murli (Krishna Abhishek). Things stir up when Sharmaji's pretty wife Shobha (Mugdha Godse) is eve-teased by Lallan (Hemant Pandey), who manages to cause troubles despite being behind bars.
While Sharmaji's mannerisms surely reflect our society, this concept has been repeatedly portrayed in Hindi films.
There is so much that could have been done with the basic plot, but the scriptwriters only cared to include distasteful jokes on skimpily dressed women. Unless you are looking for some cliché-ridden melodrama, you can skip this one.