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Movie Review :Meri Padosan

Date: 04/17/2009

Viju (Sanjay Mishra) is a middle class man, a clerk happily married to Kavita (Sadhika). But their happy married life gets disturbed with the arrival of their new neighbours. Amongst them is Shyam Gopal Varma (Sarwar) who is an aspiring filmmaker. With him are his two buddies – Prem who works as a media promoter and Aslam a private bank employee. These three friends’ loud quarrels taking almost every night leaves the peace loving couple annoyed. When Shyam learns through an ad of a TV channel about a contest about a ‘real film’ to be made and submitted, he immediately rushes to the channel office only to learn that he has 500 more competitors. Struggling to find the right subject, when Shyam sees his next door couple engaged in a high strung display of physical affection, he then and there decides to make a ‘real film’ on the real couple but without their knowledge. What chaos it all leads to forms the rest of the film.

Let us get it straight, this film is a C grader aimed at titillating the audience of the smaller centers so one is not expecting any sensible stuff in here. But the makers seem to have taken even their loyal audience in such centers for granted by providing utter rubbish in the name of cinema. Tasteless double intended jokes, pathetic script, non existent direction and bad acting, you name it and you get it all in plenty. The producer Ashok Bagla, to satisfy his acting urge tortures you with his poor attempts at acting by giving himself a role in this film.

Sadhika Randhawa is known better for only one thing – her skin show. Her acting skills are still a doubt despite having been around in the industry for a good decade. Well she does what she is best at. Sanjay Mishra has got his impeccable comic timing right yet again and he is the only reason we have given half a star in the rating. Sarwar Ahuja, the Zee Cinestars Ki Khoj needs to KHOJ (discover) his acting skills as soon as possible or he will be soon extinct. Khayali the laughter challenge dude is simply irritating. Heena Tasleem adds more glam quotient with her hot moves.

Don’t even think of watching this movie unless you intend to get yourself a paid torture.

 

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