Indoo Ki Jawani Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Nikkhil Advani
- Bhushan Kumar
- Abir Sengupta
- Kiara Advani
- Mallika Dua
- Alka Kaushal
- Music Composer:
- Rochak Kohli
- Kiara’s presence and performance
- Illogical and forcedly inserted scenes irk the audience
- Derailed track
Indoo Ki Jawani is directed by Abir Sengupta. The film has Kiara Advani in the lead role. Aditya Seal, Mallika Dua, Harsh Sharma, Rakesh Bedi, Rajendra Sethi, Iqbal Khan, Rajesh Jais, Alka Kaushal, Prabhat Lahari, Govind Pandey and Lokesh Mittal are in the cast. Guru Randhawa appears in a cameo role. Bhushan Kumar and Nikkhil Advani produced the film. The BGM score is by Neel Adhikari and the songs are by Rochak Kohli, Mika Singh and Badshah Payal Dev. A Vasanth cranked the camera and Ajay Sharma edited the film.
Indu, one of the beautiful girls in her town is in love with a guy. She trusts him a lot, but he didn’t live up to her expectation and leaves her with heartbreak. Disappointed Indu, narrates her story to her best friend, Sonal, who suggests her to find a matching partner overnight in a dating app. Without thinking twice, Indu starts searching for a partner and gets one, instantly. The guy visits Indu and some trouble follows him. Who is he? What is the trouble he carried? Watch the film to know the rest!
Kiara has done a good job with the given role. She looks cute, indeed. However, the chemistry between her and Aditya is missing. Mallika is good with her character.
While starting the film, the director gives a strong hope to the audience, as if the film is an interesting one with some unique sequences. But, after a few minutes, we could find out that the subject is completely out of track. Although there are some comedy scenes here and there, the movie didn’t bring anything interesting for the audience. Unnecessary scenes are added to attract youth. But, those scenes irked the audience, instead of gaining the attention. If there is a slight hole in the logic, we can accept, but the logic is completely missing out!
What’s Not There?
With the title, the audience expected a lot, but they are misled by it. If you want to watch a film on this holiday, then it’s okay… otherwise, it’s not a must-watch movie!