The film is set in the fictional town of Balrampur where Vedvyas Tripathi better known as Bhajan Kumar lives with his family headed by his father Pandit Siyaram Tripathi. Bhajan Kumar’s life with his family was going well till a question on his identity arises that throws the city in a flurry of rumour and apprehension. Will he survive or fall prey to this onslaught?
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watch the superior inspiration for this: Dharam Sankat Mein(2015)
I will not discuss the message. Depending on what your view of the world is, this can be seen as good or bad messaging. But, it was not original and the pattern is a little redundant. Dharam Sankat Mein had better actors and a tighter script despite a smaller budget.
This movie became too preachy and didn't stop preaching, through out. The topic as sensitive as this, if handled better could have made a difference in the messaging that the makers wanted to propagate.
Acting was not particularly good. Scenes were mostly lost. Humour did not land. Whatever moral lesson the makers wanted to give, was lost.
Few good moments from Manoj Pahwa and Kumud Mishra, but beyond that, the movie did not hit the mark.
Reviewed by MuviFan738 / 10
A much needed movie on brotherhood in current times!
Tone, Script & Story: The life of a traditional Bhajan singer witnesses a havoc when he comes to know he is Muslim by birth. The situation is more intense than it appears because the family in which he has grown is Brahmin family of pundits.
There comes a moment in movie when ace pundit returns and grabs the victim by heart. The victim touches his feet and this my friends was the most epic moment in the movie.
The other epic moment is when ace pundit gradually reveals the truth followed by victim's speech.
Music is average that goes well when we watch the movie. Direction and acting along with cinematic elements ace!
I today remember my first review was on somewhat similar story "Dharam Sankat Mein" and today I have crossed more than 500 reviews.
Final Verdict: The movie highlights the world would be dull with few colors. The multiple colors of Unity in Diversity make it beautiful. Cheers to this movie which celebrates brotherhood between Hindus and Muslims in current times!
Reviewed by cifarshayar7 / 10
Good Family Entertainer
The Great Indian Family reassures the values of India we all missing in our societies these days thanks to the misconceptions spread by the media (one sided media). Vicky Kaushal perfectly portrays the dilemma and misconceptions among common Hindu majority people regarding 'The Others'
Kudos to Yash Rah Films and Director Vijay Krishna Acharya for giving this film in this crucial time. Kumud Mishra and Manoj Pahwa give justice to their characters. Manushi Chillar has not much to do in this film except one or two songs.
Along with the social message film also comment on the family values. Expected some more emotional scenes but the movie is good family entertainer.