Ashwani Dhir tries to make a two-hour comedy out of a one-line situation. There’s nothing fresh about Dhir’s film, which employs tired characters and even more tiresome clichés. Still he adheres to simplicity in treatment and saves the film from getting pretentious. He manages to infuse some fun into this, including a track about a B-grade film being funded by a bhai. There's also a lovely moment when Chachaji sings a bhajan set to the tune of the chartbusting item number Beedi Jalaile. Smart spoofs on songs like ‘ Beedi Jalaile ’ and ‘ Na Jaane Tum Kab Aaoge ’ maintain the mood of the film and keep you in splits. The screenplay by Tushar Hiranandani, Robin Bhatt and Ashwni Dhir is eventfully sketched with interesting episodes to make way for a perfect situational comedy. Dhir adds a mature touch when it comes to sketching the atithi's character -- he makes Lambodhar Chacha likeable even though his actions lead to irreparable damage. The director could've been more innovative in his screenplay in the second half. He repeats too many gags and situations, causing them to lose their flavour. Overall the film is shot and produced beautifully.
2.5 / 5