As long as he was a composer Himesh Reshammiya had many fans, they seem to have doubled since he donned the actor's hat. How else would one explain Himesh's 3rd release as an actor...
Yes, With Radio, Himesh Reshammiya scores a hat-trick... Well literally, a hat-trick of duds.
Radio is all about RJ Vivan who is out of a strenous relationship but still can't seem to get over it. The 2 leading ladies of his life, one his ex-wife and the other a present colleague propel him to declare his relationship status as Complicated... Sadly, that's precisely what the movie is too. One wonders though, how the director, manages to do so with just a handful of charaters at his perusal.
Without a storyline, plot or motive the film just wanders aimlessly to confuse the audience (if it does find any) Add to it the absence of a decent screenplay. The dialogues too are unintentionally funny and fail to bring a grin on one's face. The only time you'd be caught doing that would be when RJ Vivan is upto his antics. Needless to say, it's unintentionally funny again.
The trio lead cast does nothing to salvage a poor written and executed screenplay. Himesh is his usual self and fails to make any mark whatsoever. Sonal Sehgal and Shenaz Treasurywala look pretty, but that's about it. There's nothing more to write about them except for the fact that the former spends a lot of screentime shredding tears, while the latter keeps guffawing due to no valid reason.
Music, which is the only saving grace of the film, and that too due to the much propagated songs which have been rammaging the TV screens, and Airwaves since a long time, does offer some solace to the producers. But it's the audience which is at loss in buying a ticket to this Radio.
So bol meri “Filmi Khopdi” is film mein kitna hain dum ?
Bilkul dum nahi hai as the film doesn't make any positive impact whatsoever. A decent storyline, a credible starcast, proper execution.. these are few aspects requied for a watchable film. Unfortunately, Radio has none of these.
Rating : 1.5