Thoda Fantasy Thoda Fun!
Directed and written by the "Hum Tum" director, Kunal Kohli, the movie stars Saif Ali Khan, Rani Mukherjee, Amisha Patel and Rishi Kapoor and is produced by Aditya Chopra.
This film was really great! All the characters acted really well. I liked Rani Mukherjee's acting very much: she was a fairy and a messenger of God. I liked her very much in the "Bubbly" song.
Rani Mukhurjee was fantastic in her roles. She was really natural, and made all the kids to like Saif Ali Khan. Indeed, he became close to them. He understood how they must be feeling without their parents, so he wanted to be like a proper father. He tried to get closer to all of them by understanding their feelings. He helped Aditi by winning a cooking contest (ofcourse with the help of Rani's magic). Rani Mukherjee really had fun with the children. Especially when Iqbal tried to make a spider fall on her face, she turned it into a butterfly. The funny part was that the spider fell on his face after the magic was over.
Rani is the perfect one for a fairy. Her expression and her passion was tremendous. She acted extremely well.
Saif was good in his role. The transformation from a carefree person to a loving person, was simply great. He was himself in the movie and showed his natural liking for kids.
The kids gave an outstanding performance. Their dialogs were not robotic and were full of emotions. Most of all, they really enjoyed playing their roles.
Good thing about TPTM is that as soon as you are seated, the drama has started, it will keep you captivated till the very end, and that's the plus sign of any Bollywood flick considering they are longer than usual Hollywood drama...
Kunal has taken a risk to direct a movie which is based on fantasy and reality, and I must say that he has broken the seal… Now more directors will follow his lead and make similar movies... But I will say it with confidence that Kunal is a saving grace for YRF... He has done a great job and deserves a standing ovation.
This movie is for all age groups. It celebrates both childhood and parenthood.
Rating: 3.5 / 5