Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota: Movie Review

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Directed by – Vasan Bala

Produced by – Ronnie Screwvala

Starring – Abhimanyu Dassani, Radhika Madan, Gulshan Devaiah, Mahesh Manjrekar, Jimit Trivedi, Shweta Basu Prasad, Prince Parvinder Singh, Teena Singh

Surya’s dad (Jimit Tivedi) is very overprotective about him knowing his condition, his cherishing granddad ‘Ajooba’ (Mahesh Manjrekar) encourages him a relentless eating regimen of movies on VHS – from Geraftaar to Bruce Lee’s hand to hand fighting movies. Be that as it may, hello, it’s the video of a one-legged karate warrior named Mani (Gulshan Devaiah) which especially gets his extravagant and moves him to pursue all road muggers who he accepts are in charge of his mom’s passing.

In the mean time, the socially-ungainly Surya finds a companion in Supri (Radhika Madan) who salvages him from the harassers in school. The young lady may be tigress with regards to shielding Surya, yet at home she neglects to raise her voice against her oppressive dad.

A misconception isolates Surya and his youth pulverize Supri and the film takes a jump of couple of years. Things take a fascinating transform when a grown-up Surya keeps running into Supri and the one-legged combative techniques star whom he once loved. What pursues next is a kooky ride which acquires heaps of ‘dishoom-dishoom’, whistles and chuckling. Here comes a home-developed hand to hand fighting film which is unadulterated desi on a basic level and has bit of wacky silliness.

Vasan Bala pays a splendid respect to military craftsmanship flicks and gives it a captivating old fashioned Bollywood turn with Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota. You get nostalgic at a few with the references from all our developing years. The comic-book treatment combined with Bala’s vivacious excecution makes each moment of the activity parody exceedingly agreeable. On the other side, the plot slackens a bit at a spot or two, however the executive compensates for it with the silly lines.

Talking about the performances, Abhimanyu Dassani makes a ‘kickass’ debut and is an ability to look out for. He oozes a specific feeling of blamelessness and in Surya’s words, even gets the chance to ‘divert’ the gathering of people from the ‘kicks and punches’ with a shirt-dropping scene. It is intriguing to see his selection of movies from here on. In the event that you imagined that a film like Mard Ko Dard just has men high on activity then you are profoundly mixed up.

The film demonstrates that it’s conceivable to get rid of female leads decreased as unimportant props if the producers allow them to feature their two-clench hand quality and sparkle close by their male partners. We should state, Radhika Madan is a finished disclosure in this flick. Gulshan Devaiah is a bomb as the one-legged karate star Mani and his twin sibling Jimmy who is an ‘insane scalawag’. While Mani awes with his sturdy moves, Jimmy cuts down the house with his amusing liners. Mahesh Manjrekar conveys a sparkler demonstration and abandons you laughing.

Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota is a finished group pleaser and worth each penny. Satisfying sentiment, smooth activity arrangements, rib-stimulating minutes Vasan Bala ticks all the containers and allows us 138 minutes of unadulterated excitement.

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