Tanu Weds Manu Movie Review Hindi
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Tanu Weds Manu"
Runtime: 1 Hour 59 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 25-02-2011
Genre: Romance, Drama
3 / 5.0

A guy's real feeling and a girl's wisdom together made a lifetime change. Did the wisdom always strike in last minute? This movie was directed by Anand L. Rai and written by Himanshu Sharma.

Plot: Madhavan gets dejected when his fiancee informs that she is in love with someone else. He decently rejects her, and very soon approached by Jimmy Shergill for his sister Neha Kaul. Madhavan confesses that he can't forget Kangana, and this impresses Jimmy a lot. Jimmy also promises that he will unite Madhavan with his love. But fate has got some different situations for them in stores. Kangana realizes her feelings towards Madhavan at the last minute. Will they unite together?

Analysis: In spite of having a plot that was used many times in the film industry, the director presented it in a fresh way. With a flawless cast and a good record of tunes, he made it into a hit. 'Saddi Gali,' and ' Jugni' were a hit among the audience. The director did not take much time in introducing his characters. But his characters were also one of the pillars of success. While the first half was beautifully carried, the second half was too dramatic. To add some spice to the second half, he added many dramatic scenes. But they ended up in exhausting the audience.

Star Performance: All the characters resembled a true person from UP. They possessed all the mannerisms and accent, that of a UP person. Madhavan was so charming in the process of representing himself to be a respectable and a well- mannered person. Kangana comes as a rebel, who is against all the odd rules placed against the girls in her village. The rest of the cast were perfect while Navni Parihar alone was not used properly.

What's There? The cinematography was so beautiful. Through Chirantan Das's lenses, we can experience the beautiful and appealing landscapes of Uttar Pradesh.

What's Not There? The script seemed to be docile, and may not appeal to few. After the second half, it is hard to see Kangana, who was once a rebel, turn out to be soft. There were some unacceptable loopholes as well.

Verdict: almost an entertainer, with some exhausting tidbits as well.