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Directed by – Pradeep Sarkar
Produced by – Ajay Devgn, Jayantilal Gada, Aksshay Jayantilal Gada
Starring – Kajolm Riddhi Sen, Tota Roy Chowdhury, Neha Dhupia, Shataf Figar, Atul Kulkarni, Mukesh Rishi
This Pradeep Sarkar directorial spins around a solitary parent Eela (Kajol) who continues shadowing her adolescent child Vivaan (Riddhi Sen) and has her life spinning just around him. While Vivaan battles to discover his space, his mother dearest drifts around him like an insane stalker with a dabba in her grasp. He’s irritated be that as it may, Eela doesn’t back off.
Helicopter Eela invites you to the universe of Eela Raiturkar with Sunita Rao’s scintallating ‘Pari Hoon Main’ playing on radio (a greetings fi to each of the 90s children!). We gradually discover that Eela was a maturing vocalist in the 90s. Be set up for a lot of popular culture and melody references here! In present occasions, she chases after him not simply in the virtual world but rather, winds up perfectly fine individual understudy in his school.
Ordinarily, guardians in Bollywood are either depicted as ‘an organization of forfeit’ or as scoundrels. All the more regularly, they wind up fringe to the plot. That is the place Helicopter Eela comes as a reviving change. The principal half of the film predominantly spins around Eela’s melodic desire and her romantic tale with Arun (Tota Roy Choudhary’s) romantic tale. Post interim, the film gets pace and we get some heart-contacting minutes between the mother-child. The contention between them makes you connect for the tissue box.
On the other side, the track spinning around the unexpected exit of Eela’s better half from their lives accompanies a strange clarification. Additionally, there are times when acting leaks in and makes the account sugar-covered. ‘Helicopter Eela depends on a Gujarati play named ‘Beta, Kaagdo’. Anand Gandhi and Mitesh Shah’s composition comes up short on a chart. While the film has an energizing reason about how ladies shouldn’t cover their self-character post marriage and parenthood, Pradeep Sarkar’s unbalanced execution misses the mark regarding making Helicopter Eela an unprecedented watch on the extra large screen.
As for the Performances, Kajol is the foundation of the film and gosh, the performing artist is by all accounts maturing backward! She loans her very own appeal to Eela and lights up the screen with her irresistible vitality. Riddhi Sen too exhibits his acting ability easily on celloid. Their fun talk keeps you fascinated. Neha Dhupia has her influence well. Tota Roy Choudhary experiences an absurd composed character.
Pradeep Sarkar neglects to make an inspiring watch out of Helicopter Eela notwithstanding some great aggregate exhibitions. I am running with 2.5 stars for this one.