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‘Baap Cool, Beta Old School’- These four words apropos depict what Umesh Shukla’s 102 Not Out has in store for you. A story significantly rotating around two characters isn’t a simple accomplishment to pull off yet believe me, the producer gives you enough motivations to cheer in this one. This Amitabh Bachchan-Rishi Kapoor starrer is a lovely mix of feelings which gives you a lot of minutes to go ‘ha-ha’; yet in the meantime, it likewise has scenes which has your eyes springing up!
The film opens with a montage of creatives highlighting the celebrated historic points of Mumbai before acquainting us with Shanti Nivas whose inhabitants incorporate a 102 year old Dattatraya Vakharia (Amitabh Bachchan) and his 75 year old child Babulal (Rishi Kapoor). For Dattaraya, age is only a number and he is somebody who has confidence in living minus all potential limitations. Then again, his child is an anxious person who sees the red stoplight in each opportunity and keeps away from taking without end the valuable minutes throughout everyday life. The father-child couple quibble a considerable measure however in the meantime have massive love and regard for each other.
Adding more show to the Vakharia family unit is a dolt Dhiru (Jimit Trivedi),their Man Friday. One fine day, Dattatraya makes a declaration that he needs to outlast the world’s oldest individual by satisfying the age of 118. Be that as it may, Babu’s dismal viewpoint towards life represents a danger to this idea and subsequently the carefree father chooses to pack him off to a maturity home. Unnerved by this thought, Babu consents to experience an arrangement of difficulties keeping in mind the end goal to motivate authorization to remain under a similar rooftop like he has been living up until this point. Whatever is left of the film rotates around how Dattatraya acquires a change him and influences him to stand up to a difficult idea.
‘102 Not Out’ depends on the durable shoulders of two men-Amitabh Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor and both the acting stalwarts demonstrate why they are among the few best gifts in the business. Enormous B’s ‘valiant and cool’ father act influences you to applaud and cheer. Then again, Rishi Kapoor is absolutely lovable as the grouchy child! These two with their stellar demonstrations make ‘102 Not Out’ a champ! Jimit Trivedi is humorous as Dhiru.
More or less, ‘102 Not Out’ warms the cockles of your heart and its extent of feelings make it a charming ride with the stellar exhibitions winning an exceptional place in your souls. Without getting sermonizing anytime, it conveys a solid message that is relatable to each age section.