Dheer has a stellar cast of three national award winning actors but he doesn't give those sparkling lines or substantial moments. Still everybody has done fairly good job.
Paresh Rawal, of late, has been getting artificial in his comic act but this is a character that gets the best of him. He is in amazing form and doesn’t exert much or exaggerate himself, staying within his character. As the atithi, he is so convincing that you almost want to get into the screen and toss him out of the nice couple's house. Look out for him in the bhajan sequence done on the track of Beedi Jalai le -- its super funny.
Ajay Devgan and Konkona Sen Sharma add able support. Ajay has done some nicely climactic speech about the relationship between children and parents. He is at his candid best -- his scenes with the unwanted guest are hilarious and yet understated. He adds just the right amount of emotions in the intense scenes too.
Konkona Sen was splendidly overall but still she is in her usual effortless self, especially when she breaks into Bangla. But all she does for the greater part of the film is run behind the farting Chachaji with a room freshener!
Satish Kaushik is brilliant in his explosive outburst just before the interval and is equally endearing in his climax confession. Viju Khote is hilarious in reprising the ‘ Kitne Aadmi They ’ act from Sholay .
Overall a good performance was more watchable and comic than the story.
2 / 5