Prakash Electronic is a Bollywood film featuring Hemant Pandey Hrishitaa Bhatt Sanjay Mishra Vrajesh Hirjee and Chandrachur Singh Manoj Sharma directed the

Prakash Electronic Movie Review

Prakash Electronic Movie Review Hindi Movie Review
Review for the film " Prakash Electronic"
Runtime: 2 Hours 06 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 06-01-2017
1.5 / 5.0



Prakash Electronic is a Bollywood film featuring, Hemant Pandey Hemant Pandey is an Indian actor known for his dif >> Read More... , Hrishitaa Bhatt Born on 10th may 1981, Hrishitaa Bhatt is an India >> Read More... , Sanjay Mishra Sanjay Mishra is an Indian comedian, most famous f >> Read More... , Vrajesh Hirjee Known for his comic timing and comic roles, Vrajes >> Read More... and Chandrachur Singh Chandrachur Singh had a very promising start to hi >> Read More... . Manoj Sharma Manoj Sharma is a veteran film director, writer, a >> Read More... directed the film. The music composition is by Praveen Bharadwaj. Rajesh Jain and Ranjit Jain produce the film. Anil Ray cranked the camera.


The story is about a middle-aged man, who has orthodox thinking, falls in love with a young girl, who aspires to be a cinema star. Prakash was betrayed by his sister and brother-in-law, who took hold the property, which his parents left for him. Later, he becomes a good electrician and helps his neighbors. Meanwhile, he falls in love with a young girl, who rents a flat next to him. As he has conservative principles, he couldn’t accept an actress as his life partner. Yet, he loves her. Did he marry her? Watch the film to know the rest of the story.

Star Performances

When we see the performance, none had made mistakes. However, the plot has a lot of loopholes that makes the story dry.


Manoj Sharma has chosen the script to entertain the audiences with comedy genre. But, we have to search for the comedy scenes and they are countable. Many people think that the actresses would do anything to get the stardom. This film has broken the negative thinking of those people.

What’s There?

  • Simple story and the performance of artists
  • A few funny scenes satisfy the audiences

What’s Not There?

  • Audiences have to wait a long for the comedy sequences
  • No Twists


Although the film has some scenes that show the hatred against the women, the audiences miss the twists in the story. The film moves on the same track without any turning points. If you have already watched “Dangal” and other good films, you could choose this film for your weekend.