Mard Ko Dard Nahin Hota

Mard Ko Dard Nahin Hota
Review Rowdy -

Plot = Surya (Abhimanyu Dasani) is suffering from a rarest –of- the – rare disease called Congenital Insensitivity to Pain, where he is in a position to feel any kind of emotion and motion, except PAIN.

The movie is then based on his histrionics as a self – proclaimed superhero, which encourages himself and his friend Supri (Radhika Madan), to commit a crime against Don Jimmy (Gulshan Deviah).

So, will Supri and Surya be able to get out of the clutches of Jimmy,

ya phir Jimmy iss MARD ko DARD pahunchaayega?

Opinion = It is good that Bollywood Filmmakers are entering new avenues of their thought process and are offering the audience, some refreshing and unconventional concepts, in the form of a feature film.

But, some of them have failed to understand that, not all concepts and ideas can be successfully turned into a 2 hours 15 minutes feature film.

I would be happy to watch this plot been made as a short film (not exceeding 45 minutes) and getting released on any video streaming website.

Movie bhi 45 minutes tak hi dekhne laayak hai. Remaining part is just GARBAGE.

The plot setting kicked off very well at the initial level, but the SHIT started to happen with the entry of Radhika Madan, in the narrative.

The movie is a classic example of a potent plot, getting ruined by a lethargic execution.

I was engaged and invested in the narrative for the initial hour of the movie,

uske baad screen par kya chal raha tha, ye naa to mujhe samajh aaya, and I am sure, Director ko bhi nahin samjha hoga.

Agar wo samajh gaya hota, to aisi galti nahin karta.

I felt that the makers were making a deliberate effort in making a memorable comedy.

If that was the only intention, then they have failed miserably on many parameters.

Post interval, I was least interested about what shit was happening on screen. The movie will bore the hell out of you.

The narrative definitely has a fair share of highs and lows, but, the engagement factor is missing at many places.

Overall, you can just watch it once for enjoying some laughs and for a unique concept, rest is just disappointing!!!

Performances = Surprisingly, the performance of the protagonist SURYA, itself is highly irritating and disappointing. A better actor would have done justice to the role.

Almost 80% of the time he is present on screen, Abhimanyu has maintained exactly same expressions, without any variation.

Actress Radhika Madan has repeated her performance of PATAAKA, though this time, she looks HOT on screen and has executed some very impressive fight sequences.

And as expected, the entire cake is been cut and eaten by Gulshan
with his mind – boggling performance. Its high time that filmmakers start taking the talent of Gulshan, on a serious note.

Actor Mahesh Manjarekar, as Surya’s Grand Father, has also given a very impressive performance.

The supporting cast was just okay in their effort.

Direction & Other Technical Aspects = There is no reason, considering which, the movie has been sent for competition, in the Toronto International Film Festival.

Aisi movies bhejte hain, isiliye Bollywood wale koi international award nahin jeet paate.

The direction of Vasant Bala was good at the initial phase (infact only in the initial phase) thereafter, I believe he himself was clueless about what he was trying to convey though this movie.

The Background Score and the Action Sequences are extremely impressive.

Rowdy Rating = 2.5 / 5




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