How to create a finger licking dish by using Universally preferable ingredients, in Ghoomketu.
The writer and director Pushpendra Nath Misra’s Ghoomketu is a blast. From head to toe, it’s a riot of bonkers ideas floating through presumably any writer. And the Misra, here comes up with a good enough excuse to boast it in a comedy genre. But in order to do so, what ends up resulting is that all of these genre conventions, punchlines and elements end up stale in our plate. Those pages never get used in the film. They neither raise questions nor do give a definite answer. It looks like a first draft pushing its boundaries hoping to get few things right. You know what, I’ll give the benefit of the doubt to such an ambitious project and give it a thumbs up. Not to forget a charming performance from a great cast.