There are so many subtextual scenarios running in the form of a gag that I feel that it is written in a book form. And if I am hitting on the correct nerves, the vision of achieving those scenarios comes in full form. It takes time but it achieves those with the help of one glorious performance, one terrific performer, Nawazuddin Siddiqui. The film has no idea where it is going. I mean, I didn’t know where it was going. Initially, I thought it would be a disadvantage and instead it is its only strength. So much room is left, by the end, to explore and flex their muscles, almost as if they had deliberately kept all things wrapped, only to celebrate for the big finale. A sensible comic gag that sums up everything in that same light manner it hopes to touch everyone’s heart.

Posted by:Arth

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