The "Most Anticipated Indian Movies and Shows" widget tracks the real-time popularity of relevant pages on IMDb, and displays those that are currently generating the highest number of pageviews on IMDb.
Each title is ranked according to its share of pageviews among the items displayed. Pageviews for each item are divided by the aggregate number of pageviews generated by the items displayed.
Janaradhan Wishvanbhar Rane a widower has spent his life bringing up his two kids Chirag and Gaurav. Janaradhan has done everything for his kids to bring them up in the best possible manner, ever since they were toddlers. Now when the duo has grown up, Gaurav takes up the responsibility of his father. They both manage the household chores and their business to the best of their abilities. Though he is the younger son, he treats his father like his son. Gaurav is on guard with the vigilance of a disciplined parent. He shouts, threatens, and fights - even locks up his father occasionally so that his prankster best friend Madhav. Mathur who is a divorcee, desperate to get married, does not spoil him. Madhav and Janaradhan who are always in search of a bride for Madhav forever land up in trouble and every time Gaurav has to bail them out and face the embarrassment. Gaurav busy managing his business starts getting prank calls from a girl who turns out to be his old college friend Sheekha ...Written by
It was not exactly the total failure of Priyadarshan, but at least a part of it. We went to see it because the parts of this movie which is usually shown as a trailer in different channels in TV are hilarious and are definitely the best parts of it. Otherways, it is one of those flicks which runs for long without any reason and without any strong storyline behind it too. The movie started very well, continued till 1 hr and couple of minutes with Priyadarshan's true sense of creating a great humor flick, but suddenly it tried to get down from track and making a mess of it before the long waited "Intermission".
In the second half, the story keeps on crawling with little space for humor in it, and that's where it fails. Certainly, then it felt like wasting too much for trivial things, not exactly related to the genre of the movie.
We've also expected Rajpal Yadav to be given some more minutes in the movie who is definitely the best comedian/actor of the lot. Akshaye Khanna was good at his role, Genelia D'Souza looked very cute, Paresh Rawal and Om Puri were on their own to save the movie. Finally, I would say my 120 bucks were worth for this show out of 200.
Lastly, as I said, this flick was a bit lengthy where more than once we expected it to finish early. But against all odds and failures, this movie did make us laugh 6 times out of every 10 times and hence my rating goes as 6/10.
3 of 11 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this