“Sniff” is an action adventure movie for the kids, which is scripted and directed by Amole Gupte. Trinity Pictures bankrolled the film ..

Sniff Movie Review

Sniff Movie Review Hindi Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Sniff"
Runtime: 1 Hour 29 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 25-08-2017
Genre: Action, Drama
2.5 / 5.0

CAST & CREW


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Sniff” is an action adventure movie for the kids, which is scripted and directed by Amole Gupte. Trinity Pictures bankrolled the film and Eros International Distributed it. Khushmeet Gill plays the main role in the movie. Manmeet Singh, Surekha Sikri, Putul Guha and Sushmita Mukherjee are also in the star cast of Sniff.

Plot

Sunny Gill, a boy from a Punjabi family is living in a gated community where some Bengali and Marathi families are dwelling. Sunny is staying with his grandma, dad and sister. Sunny Gill has a disability of smell. An accident in his school lab get cures his smelling defects and Sunny could smell very well. He could not only smell the normal flavors and fragrances near him but could smell things beyond few kilometers. With his extraordinary power, he is on a mark to find out a stolen car. He has a group of friends to help him in solving the case. Did he solve the case? Watch the film in theaters.

Star Performance

Khushmeet Gill, the cute boy, emotes well. Surekha Sikri plays Gill’s grandma and she did her part well. Similarly, Sushmita and Putul had done justice to their roles.

Analysis

Amole Gupte has tried a different script. Although the story is pretty good, the execution lacks some experience. Some of the sequences with Gill’s sister and her boyfriend irritate us. They were seriously watched by their neighbors and the dialogues and their looks make us ruffle.

What’s There?

  • Performance of the stars is good
  • Usually, kids’ movies won’t have unique script; but Sniff comes with a different story

What’s Not There?

  • Execution is not up to the mark

Verdict

Although the film has its own flaws, it is not only for kids but elders too. If you have no movies to watch this weekend, try this film.