Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota Movie Review Rating: 3.5/5 Stars (Three and a half stars)
Star Cast: Abhimanyu Dassani, Mahesh Manjrekar, Radhika Madan, Gulshan Devaiah, Jimit Trivedi
Director: Vasan Bala
Whatâ€™s Good: The uncanny mixture of action-humour which never lets you disconnect from the narration, the legend of Mahesh Manjrekar adjoining with legendary quirks of Gulshan Devaiah, dialogues so simple that it makes you laugh & shocked (how could you laugh on such plain lines)
Whatâ€™s Bad: When you fly high with a good script, there are few unwanted spots you can hit and that’s what brings the film a little down
Loo Break: Maybe, one, in the first half but the second half will hold you tight till the end credits!
Watch or Not?: A BIG FAT FILMY (in legend Ameen Sayani’s dialect)Â JEE HAAAAAAAAAAN!!!
If you’re a Bollywood lover, born in the 90s, you’ve seen every kind of hero that could exist in our eco-system. But, fortunately, Surya (Abhimanyu Dassani) is a flawed yet entertaining mashup of all of them. Suffering from congenital insensitivity to pain, Surya feels no pain (just orgasms). He needs water to be hydrated all the time, as dehydration is the way through which he can be hurt.
Through the elongated 40 minutes of flashback sequences, we see the death of Surya’s mother and how his best friend Supri (Radhika Madan) gets snatched from him. Years later, we’ve Surya trying to accept the normal life but then he meets his childhood idol Karate Mani (Gulshan Devaiah). Manu reunites him with Supri and introduces him to his twin brother Jimmy, who’s a goon in the disguise of a man leading a security services company. Jimmy steals Mani’s locket, his father’s souvenir, and Surya along with Supri decides to get that back.
Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota Movie Review: Script Analysis
Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota Movie Review: Star Performance
Abhimanyu Dassani couldn’t have asked for a better delightfully packaged debut. He’s a keeper as Surya and manages to hold his charm throughout. I am damn sure he must’ve been asked ‘do not act like a Bollywood hero’ while he was being signed for the film. He achieves that brief and does nothing that Bollywood has fed us for years.
Gulshan Devaiah is the biggest takeaway for me from the film (sorry, Mahesh sir). Thanks to his amusing character sketch, Gulshan just gets in and gives birth to one of the most entertaining characters of all time. He’s flawless and that’s what makes him more adorable even as the bad guy. Mahesh Manjrekar is just as high as Gulshan when it comes to keeping the audience hooked. His experience comes into play to bring the house down with a simplistic dialogue such as “Mereko nahi sun na hai.”
Radhika Madan – that smile, that damned smile, that’s where I lost the track of her character graph in the film. She is a beast in the film when it comes to slickly choreographed action sequences, and otherwise, she smiles (and that’s enough). Jimit Trivedi does his part as required, nothing extra, nothing extraordinary.
Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota Movie Review: Direction, Music
Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota Movie Review: The Last Word
All said and done, Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota celebrates the flaws of Bollywood like never before. Watch it before its too late, and you regret the decision while laughing your heart out in front of your television/laptop/mobile screen months later.
Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota Movie Trailer
Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota Movie releases on 21st March 2019.
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Three and a half stars!
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