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The film starts with Mamaji (Kulbhushan Kharbanda) running a sex facility called ‘Khandaani Shafakhana’ and treating issue with his Unani medications in a community in Punjab. Shockingly, he is always derided, criticized and faces social blacklist for spreading mindfulness about sex instruction.
Before long, Mamaji passes away and the facility is acquired by his niece Baby Bedi (Sonakshi Sinha). The young lady fills in as a therapeutic deals delegate and lives with her mom (Nadira Babbar) and garbage more youthful sibling Bhooshit (Varun Sharma) in a house that could be usurped by her fatherly uncle, on the off chance that she doesn’t reimburse her contribution. At the point when Baby gets the keys to Khandaani Shafakhana, she considers it to be a brilliant chance to monetarily bolster her family.
Until she understands how Mamaji without any assistance sought after his enthusiasm of serving individuals when he was alive. Presently, torn between her obligation towards her family and the bigger reason, Baby winds up between junction. It’s very bold of executive Shilpi Dasgupta and author Gautam Mehra to weave a story around a topic that is commonly tended to in secretive tones. On the other side, the film experiences a conflicting screenplay and the pace plunges at spots. Additionally, the film has meager funniness, which is very not normal for what was guaranteed in the trailer.
Sonakshi Sinha is powerful as Bobby Bedi. The on-screen character takes as much time as is needed to get into the skin of her character however at that point, you get your couple of minutes, especially the passionate ones, where she sparkles brilliant. Varun Sharma pulls off an amusing demonstration, which he has done in the past too.
While Sonakshi Sinha’s Khandaani Shafakhana has its heart in the ideal spot, its thumps are simply faintly heard.