Juneja (Ronnie Gulati), Amit Sial (Prabhakar), Somesh Aggarwal (Kuku’s father),
Anoop Puri (Ronnie’s grandfather), Pallavi Batra (Rosy), Siddharth Bhardwaj
(Ronnie’s brother), Tanvie Parab (Maitre), Rajshree Seem (Ronnie’s mother), Baby
Neha Ahuja (Chota, Kukku’s sister), Monika Kohli (Malti, Mitali’s mother),
Brijendra Kala (Godman)
Mathur ki Jhand Ho Gayi is a decent (means minus vulgarity) Comedy clubbed
with a bit of Romance. Although this film has nothing much to offer in terms of
its plot, yet the film will not give you headache, three male actors Siddharth
Gupta, Amit Sial and Ashish Juneja do make this atleast a watchable movie. Contrary
to the official poster of this movie, it is not a sex comedy at all, rather it projects
the plight of an youngster who is in the phase of choosing a suitable career, establishing
himself, proving himself etc. The movie gives the message that we may have two
roadmaps to success in our lives – one path may be easier, shorter but involves
crooked means and the other path may be tougher, longer, full of challenges but
a true / honest path. One must go for the latter option, otherwise, success
would be short-lived, success achieved through asy means may prick your
is shot at Delhi. Jhand is a typical Dehlite word which means ‘taken for a ride’.
Kuku Mathur (Siddharth Gupta) and Ronnie Gulati (Ashish Juneja) are great
friends since childhood. Kuku comes from an ordinary service class family. His father
is a government officer, who wants his son to study hard and get a good job,
whereas the Gulatis run the business of sarees and dress materials.
at home who aspires to have his own restaurant one day. Both Kuku and Ronnie go
to a cyber café to check their 12th class results. How Ronnie tries
to persuade Yogesh (cyber Café owner) to check the results ahead of the queue by
cashing on Kuku’s status as a motherless child is an enjoyable scene. Both of
them have managed to score very average in 12th apart from physical
education. Kuku gets scolded by his father for his low score. Ronnie, gets a surprise
gift – a shop- from his grandfather –Ronnie Matching Center (for duppattas, blouse
pieces and underskirts). Kuku tries for a different path to seek admission in
college, but not manages to get through and ends up working as a spot boy in a
shady film set. Ronnie’s getting busy with his business and not being able to
turn up to spend time / have fruit bear together,
creates a deep sense of hurt / frustration in Kuku’s mind. Kuku starts feeling
that his friend has changed. Ronnie snubs Kuku. A few incidents which followed
thereafter create rift between Kuku and Ronnie.
Sial) enters in the scene who has all sorts of short-cuts to achieve what he
wants, devious solutions for every problem. Prabhakar steals the show with most
of the lines.
Kuku for starting his restaurant. And Kuku, otherwise a well-mannered person,
does get influenced with his Prabhakar Bhaiya. What do Kuku and Prabhakar do?
How do they manage to get money to start Kuku’s restaurant ? In what mess Kuku
ends up? Is Kuku able to win his love Mitali (Simran Kaur), whom he silently
loved since last 7 years, completely a one-way affair)? Does Kuku mend his ways
anytime later, if yes, how?
scenes are comical: the warehouse guard’s mobile romance with his wife, Mata ka
Jagaran for the whole night with parody songs, a movie titled as Facebook pe
Pyar being shot, the manner in which Prabhakar takes revenge with his ex-girlfriend
for marrying someone else, A Godman giving advice etc.
Mathur ki Jhand Ho Gayi is an average entertainer, although it does convey that there
are no shortcuts to success.