Well touted to be a children film what does Sorry Daddy have in store for us Read more to know Plot Shameem Khan is a competent police officer He questio

Sorry Daddy Movie Review

Sorry Daddy Movie Review Hindi Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Sorry Daddy"
Runtime: 1 Hour 44 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 11-12-2015
Genre: Action, Drama
1.5 / 5.0



Well..touted to be a children film what does Sorry Daddy have in store for us? Read more to know..


Shameem Khan is a competent police officer. He questions Mukesh Tiwari’s illegal wine business. In the meantime, his daughter Anishka asks her father to find her school buddy Aditya who is lost. As the story goes, Aditya is a brilliant student and is upset by his father’s drunken behavior. As his father passes away, Aditya gets caught by Tinu Verma, who is a social activist. Shameem Khan finds Aditya and learns that a force is using kids to beg on streets. How Shameem Khan smashes all the hopes of the mafia gang form the rest of the story.

Star Performances

Shameem Khan delivers a convincing performance as a police officer. Tinu Varma also does justice to his role of a crooked politician. Mukesh Tiwari, Raghu Yadav, and Kamal Khan are pretty ok.
Shameem Khan 


We have watched various films made just for the sake of paisa vasool; the mass entry of the hero, an irrelevant song, some action scenes, etc. Sorry Daddy has all the mass elements from a perfect potboiler. What more can you expect? Well, it’s just that too many cooks spoil the broth. All the essential elements of a mass entertainer are interspersed heavily in this movie.

What’s there?

Shameem Khan is the only show-stealer in the film. Also, thankfully the movie doesn’t drag for more than 2 hours. 

What’s not there?

  • The film doesn’t have a convincing story. 
  • There is no flow in the sequences. 
  • Certain scenes cannot be accepted by our reasoning minds. 
  • Vishnu Deva’s music is not up to the mark. 
  • The cinematography of Hasmukh Rajput could have been much better. 


Sorry Daddy…you can only connect emotionally with the title…not the film.