CAST & CREW
Farah Khan and Boman Irani made appearance for the first time in the silver screen with the spiced up chemistry between them. Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi the movie is directed by Bela Bhansali Sehgal, which is a romantic comedy Bollywood style movie.
Farhad Pastakia (Boman Irani) is in his 40’s and is still a bachelor. Farhad is a lingerie salesman and makes his living by selling bras and panties. He lives with his dominating mother ( Daisy Irani) and grandmother (Shammi) who is desperately trying to get Farhad see other women.
Shirin Fugawala (Farah Khan) who works at the Parsi Trust walks into the store.They both fall in love. Shirin is now Farhad’s love of life. But the twist takes place when Farhad’s mother is against their marriage.Their relationship turns up side down and how both of them manage to work through it.
Bela Bhansali Sehgal style of presenting the movie is marvelous. The hidden message of the movie is that love doesn’t have any age. One can fall in love even in their 40’s. Size, Age, and Weight are just numbers. The plot of the movie is quite entertaining.
After playing wide roles in movies like MUNNABHAI, 3IDIOTS, VEER ZAARA, WELL DONE ABBA, KHOSLA KA GHOSLA, DON, etc. Boman Irani has nailed this character too. He has beautifully portrayed the role of Farhad Pastakia.
Farah Khan has directed some movies from OM SHANTI OM to HAPPY NEW YEAR, but when it comes to acting she has proved herself no less. She has played the role brilliantly keeping the character bubbly and jolly.
1. This is Farah Khan’s first on-screen movie. Also, the plot of the movie is very lively.
2. The movie is quite entertaining; it doesn’t include that typical love story with all those shading of tears.
WHAT’S NOT THERE?
1. Theirs’s a lot of melodrama that keeps going on and a lot of unnecessary songs that keep going.
2. It’s similar to many other Bollywood romantic comedy movies; the plot is not something unique.
Overall the movie is crazy and fun in its way. The characters in the movie will make you smile and make you realize that love has no expiry date.
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