CAST & CREW
Plot: The film is based on the backdrop of a four-day wedding ceremony being held in Rajasthan. The film completely revolves around two families- a Rajput family and a Punjabi family. The Rajput family has Tusshar Kapoor, Anupam Kher, and other members, whereas the Punjabi family has Om Puri, Kulraj Randhawa, and others.
Tusshar’s character, Veer, is a Rajput, who falls in love with Chandni, played by Kulraj, who is a Punjabi. The head of the Rajput family, Chandraveer Singh played by Anupam Kher, cannot tolerate his son dating a girl from any other background except a Rajput. So, to avoid this, Tusshar hides the true identity of Kulraj from Anupam Kher. Some circumstances arise due to which Tusshar transforms himself into Pappi Sardar. And from here on the story is about how he solves this confusion.
Analysis: The film looks like a rom-com, but it is pure comedy. The director, Samir Karnik, did a fantabulous job with his direction. Like his previous flick, he manages to create the comic characters well and also to save the best part of the comedy for the second half of the film. This film also works for the non-critic zone, purely for its entertainment value.
Star performance In this flick, Tusshar Kapoor did a mesmerizing job. He looked energetic, hilarious, funny, and stylish. This is one of his best performances till date. Kulraj also did an excellent piece of work; her chemistry with Tusshar looks beautiful, and in this flick she looked stunning. Anupam Kher and Om Puri are fantastic as always. After a long time, Chandrachur Singh appeared on screen, and he looked decent in his character.
1. The film has some hilarious comedy scenes, which you will surely enjoy.
2. Nice and decent performances by the cast.
3. The film has good cinematography by Kabir Lal.
What’s not there?
1. Some of the characters were not baked properly, and there were some flaws in the screenplay.
2. Various music composers have composed for this movie, but it doesn’t create any extraordinary effect.
Verdict The film can be enjoyed if you don’t care for any logical explanation of what you saw on the screen. It is a one-time watch at best.
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