(Mr. Bhatia), Shweta Kumar, Anupam Kher, Rajesh Kumar (Suketu)
Indra Kumar, is an attempt to project women empowerment, but fizzles out with
over-the-top acting, poor script / screenplay. There was no dearth of good star
cast in this movie. Rekha, Randhir, Anupam kher also seem to follow poor script
in an awful manner.
Indian mother who takes care of every one in the house, but her situation is
not better than the doormat, who is constantly reminded by the business tycoon husband
to focus on her domain only i.e. in kitchen. Son Rajesh Kumar, daughter-in-law
and the daughter also keep humiliating Bharti. Bharti has been blessed with
tremendous amount of patience and so she keeps tolerating all the humiliations.
Joshy) into the scene from New York who attempts to speak Hindi, even though
grammatically incorrect. Mann loves his granny a lot. Mann realizes very soon that
her Nani’s place in the household is not better than a housemaid. He tries to
make his Nani come out of her cocoon and explore herself. Nani goes through the
great makeover to be a woman of substance. She enters into modeling world and
soon becomes a role model for all the women of our country.
takes sweet revenge in her own manner to teach her son, daughter-in-law,
daughter and husband.
movie, but a talent like her is completely wasted. Even Randhir Kapoor, Anupam
Kher are not utilized in the movie. Sharmaan Joshi, an American- born Desi boy,
ends up messing up with grammar while speaking Hindi, also is not impressive in
the movie, although otherwise he is a treat to be watched on screen. Sharmaan’s
love interest in the movie is played by Shweta Kumar (Indra Kumar’s daughter) don’t
have much to do in the movie.
have been definitely to reflect upon our value system, the issues a mother /
housewife face in our society. But the movie turned out to be preaching saga. Loads
of melodrama in the movie. If we keep the script / screenplay aside for a while,
intention of presenting the concept of values, sensitivity towards elders,
respect towards women etc. is good. In our Indian Society, it still happens
that women are supposed to forgo their dreams and take care of husband and
children. A housewife, mother has to work for 24 X 7 X 365 days, that too
without salary. But still, at the end of the day, she gets only brickbats from
her so called loved ones, who have no qualms in ridiculing her all the time.