Love Mr. Barjatiya Kalakaar?
Love U… Mr. Kalakaar is a totally opposite movie which normally any Rajshri films are better known for. This time Barhatiya had chosen a corporate background to elaborate his new venture to give a different taste to their fans. Generally Barjatiya is better identified for ample of lovely songs, an adequate amount of family drama, strong family morals and values, marriage ceremonials and so on, but this time he has chosen an entire different drama which some about contradicts the above.
Sahil (Tusshar Kapoor) is a cartoonist and has his own world of imagination filling with colors and plain strokes. Ritu (Amrita) is a sweet simple girl with strong mind who works as a management trainee under her own father’s (Ram Kapoor) company, who is a successful business tycoon in the town. After few initial reels, these both opposite characters eventually falls in love with other. However a turning point in their love story occur when Ritu’s father disagree with their relationship as he thinks that artist people can’t be successful in their entire life and so they can’t be good husband. After a sufficient amount of drama, he puts up a challenge in front of Sahil that he will have prove himself by becoming successful in the world of corporate and that too in the three months duration. As a true lover he accepts the challenge and thus follows the rest of the story.
Story is nothing new, concept is nothing new but as Rajshri’s trademark, he always teaches something valuable through his lovey-dovey imaginary world. Though after watching the film we believe that this sought of things never happens in this 2011 world, but that’s what Rajshri is trying to teach the people that one can at least try to become like one and one can at least accept the one good value from his imaginary world to this 2011 world. In the film, the story teaches us how to be a true lover, how to have better and good understanding, how to understand the situations and can avoid small-small differences, how to have immense faith in each other, how to become a strong support towards other, how to become simple, big-heartedness, cool temperament and lots more.
Although apart from this, the minus points lacks in the narration by the debutant director S. Manasavi. The narration pace is quite slow, as in the first half hour you will almost decide to leave the hall and as far as in second half the narration takes up the speed gradually and delivers quite an exciting fare. It is then when Ritu teaches her lover Sahil the fundas of corporate in his artistic and brush strokes style, the film inspires and entertains quite enough to engage throughout the end.
Direction wise S. Manasavi doest impress you much as many-a-time while watching the film you will get the glimpse of watching TV serials. Music is uninteresting and doesn’t create any bang, but thanks to the makers that the movie isn’t loaded with full of songs like any other Rajshri films. Also there are many loopholes inside the film which looks like they are forcefully added, like the one Aman Malhotra (Prashant) who comes as a childhood friend of Ritu and has a soft corner for her to which he also tries to impress and win her heart.
Performance wise Tusshar was on an average good, but still manages again to bore from his done-to-death acting skills. Amrita is fairly good as in playing a sweet, simple and sanskari girl to which she has already played in earlier Rajshri film ‘Vivaah’, but this time proves again that she can do this all by enacting as a corporate lady combining with all the values in her which normal house-wives have. To which Rajshri again teaches that even a corporate lady can be a good wife with all sanskar and moral values, as still in this 2011 world many of us have a typical wrong mentality that a simple housewife is better than any corporate lady in terms of moral values and etc. As for others, Ram Kapoor excels in his business tycoon and strict dad avatar, Madhoo’s comeback just remembers the days of her good old days, Prem Chopra is fine and all other are typecast.
Entertaining hain ki nahin boss?
Ok to somewhat entertaining hain! Those who are a die-hard fans of Rajshri films and loves to watch their moral values, family drama and so on, for them it’s quite fairly and averagely entertaining. For others, the film is strictly Ok and can watching in television to spend a decent afternoon weekend.
2.5 / 5
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