Sardar Ka Grandson Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Bhushan Kumar
- Divya Khosla Kumar
- Madhu Bhojwani
- Monisha Advani
- Nikhil Advani
- Maahir Zaveri
- Amitosh Nagpal
- Kaashvi Nair
- Rakul Preet Singh
- Divya Seth
- Soni Razdan
- Aditi Rao Hydari
- Neena Gupta
- Music Composer:
- Tanishk Bagchi
- A different attempt by Kaashvie
- Neat performance by the leads
- The screenplay should have been better
Sardar Ka Grandson is scripted and directed by Kaashvi Nair and co-scripted by Amitosh Nagpal and Anuja Chandran. Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Divya Khosla Kumar, Madhu Bhojwani. Monisha Advani, Nikhil Advani and John Abraham produced the film. Tanishk Bagchi composed the music. Mahendra Shetty cranked the camera and editing is by Maahir Zaveri. Arjun Kapoor and Rakul Preet Singh play the lead roles. John Abraham, Neena Gupta, Aditi Rao Hydari, Kumud Mishra, Soni Razdan, Divya Seth, Kanwaljit Singh, Ravjeet Singh, Mashood Akhtar and Akashdeep Sabir are in the supporting roles.
Amreek Singh is the grandson of Rupinder Kaur, a 90-year-old lady. She is diagnosed with a tumor. She requests her grandson to fulfill her last wish. Although he agrees to it, he realizes that it is not a way full of rosebuds. Amreek is in love with Radha. Amreek, who is in heartbreak, slowly realizes what his granny is longing for in these many years. Was he able to fulfill his granny’s wish? The rest of the film deals with it.
Arjun Kapoor has done a decent job. His body language and expressions are neat. Rakul Preet Singh has nothing special to perform. Yet, she did her role well. John Abraham and Aditi Rao Hydari appear in cameo roles and did their best. It is Neena Gupta who impresses the audience with her experienced performance.
The story is simple yet different. The characters are neatly penned and the stars matched their roles. The combination scenes of Arjun and Neena are good and interesting. Rakul looks beautiful and attracts the youth. The dialogues are not very special except for a few. The screenplay should have been better with some interesting dialogues and scenes. The comedy scenes are okayish. The cinematography and editing are good. The BGM is okayish.
What’s Not There?
With a different script and idea, Kaashvie tried to depict the desire of a 90-year-old woman and her connectivity with her native. For the performance of the stars, the film could be watched once!