CAST & CREW
A young villager shifts to a city because of a new job he has got. This villager, when put in a city, leads to a lot of problems and adjustments.
Analysis: It a movie that deals with the exhibition of disparities and diversity of India by juxtaposing the rustic villages with the urban cities. The movie does so fairly well despite the fact that it is a theme that is dealt with quite a lot of times. The director of the movie Rahul also plays the main lead and does his part well. The movie is sweet and straight without much glitter.
Rahul plays the role of an innocent and clueless villager with full conviction and has done justice. Ravi Kishan shines out the most in the movie with his witty and lively presence. Paresh and Om Puri are at their veteran best and can act well throughout the movie. Narayani doesn't have much to prove herself but is submissively subtle and pleasant.
What you may like:
● Initially the movie may look slow, but it is only gradually that the film can gain some momentum and becomes well paced.
● Director Rahul has done a wonderful job not just in acting but also directing the movie, making the film a wonderful work of art.
● The comic elements of the movie are effective and impactful. It makes you laugh and is definitely a pleasant experience to watch the movie.
● We can see how much efforts have been put into making this film a nice one, especially with the quality of acting and directing that are there.
What you may dislike:
It would have been nicer if the director had thought to make some innovation and creativity to the whole movie that would've made fancier than what it is now.
There is no harm in given it one watch.
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