Jayeshbhai Jordaar and Puzhu are the 2 cinematic highlights of this weekend. Both of them are household dramas led by actors Ranveer Singh and Mammootty respectively. While Jayeshbhai Jordaar is out within the theaters, you may atone for Puzhu on the OTT platform, SonyLIV. Going in one other route is Netflix’s documentary movie Our Father which tells the horrifying story of a fertility physician.
Jayeshbhai Jordaar: In cinemas
Ranveer Singh in Jayeshbhai Jordaar. (Photo: YRF/YouTube)
Ranveer Singh-led social comedy Jayeshbhai Jordaar is helmed by debut director Divyand Thakkar. The film revolves round a younger Gujarati man who goes in opposition to all odds to guard his unborn woman little one. Going by the evaluations of the YRF movie, you may guide tickets for Jayeshbhai Jordaar solely if you’re a die-hard Ranveer Singh fan because the actor has tried his greatest to uplift the movie. However, the story and execution leaves so much to be desired. As per The Indian Express’ movie critic Shubhra Gupta, who gave the movie 1.5-star ranking, “The intentions of this Ranveer Singh-Shalini Pandey film may have been noble, but it comes off as a babble of characters flailing about in a plot which makes you grit your teeth.”
Read the evaluation of Jayeshbhai Jordaar right here.
Modern Love Mumbai: Amazon Prime Video
Stills from Cutting Chai, a brief movie in Modern Love: Mumbai anthology. (Photos: Amazon Prime Video/ Instagram)
Modern Love Mumbai has six love tales helmed by filmmakers Vishal Bhardwaj, Hansal Mehta, Shonali Bose, Dhruv Sehgal, Alankrita Shrivastava and Nupur Asthana. Shubhra Gupta wrote that the sequence will “make you fall in love with the city, all over again.” In her evaluation, she wrote, “The anthology may not inspire the same awed-affection as the Maximum City, but each story does have something uniquely Mumbai about it.”
Read the evaluation of Modern Love Mumbai right here.
Sarkaru Vaari Paata: In cinema
Mahesh Babu in Sarkaru Vaari Paata. (Photo: PR Handout)
The Mahesh Babu starrer explores the theme of wealthy folks exploiting the banks and with hard-working tax payers compelled to bear the brunt. Indianexpress.com’s Manoj Kumar R gave the movie two-star ranking and wrote in his evaluation, “It is narrated through a conservative template of a ‘masala movie’ with customary fight scenes, song sequences and punchlines that add little to no value to our experience. Of course, if you are a hardcore fan of Mahesh Babu, then you are in for a treat.”
Read the evaluation of Sarkaru Vaari Paata right here.
Mammootty in Puzhu.
Mammootty essays the function of a helicopter father in debutant director Ratheena’s household drama Puzhu. Parvathy additionally options in a lead function within the movie which explores a father-son relationship. Manoj Kumar R gave the movie a four-star ranking and wrote in his evaluation, “Puzhu distinguishes itself from other movies that examine the dehumanising effects of the caste system by being completely non-judgemental.”
Read the evaluation of Puzhu right here.
Our Father: Netflix
Netflix’s documentary Our Father narrates the story of a fertility physician named Dr. Donald Cline who used his sperm to impregnate dozens of ladies. It options interviews from dad and mom and youngsters and some others who had been near the scenario. Indianexpress.com’s Rohan Naahar wrote in his evaluation of the movie, “Our Father isn’t as powerful as that film, purely because it doesn’t have a directorial voice as strong as Berg’s behind it, but it also asks important questions about consent. And for a brief moment, it attempts to understand Cline’s motivations.”
Read the evaluation of Our Father right here.
Don: In cinemas
Sivakarthikeyan’s DON poster.
Sivakarthikeyan’s newest movie DON is a campus-based drama filled with romance, comedy and enjoyable. It is written and directed by debutant Cibi Chakaravarthi. It additionally stars Priyanka Arul Mohan, SJ Suryah, Soori, Samuthirakani, and Munishkanth Ramadoss amongst others. Indianexpress.com’s Manoj Kumar R known as the movie a “pleasant” campus drama. He wrote in his evaluation, “The film is pleasant from the word go, thanks mainly to the charm of Sivakarthikeyan. It is very easy to accept him in this role given the film also closely resembles the struggles he faced in real life before he became a movie star.”
Read the evaluation of Don right here.