Watch it only if it’s coming on a TV.
Munnabhai MBBS, Patch Adams, Anand are a few of the films that come to mind within the first few minutes of Vaada Raha. Ok, with a few changes here and there. And they don't use exactly the same tricks. But the deviation seems more like a formality.
The first change is of course having a little boy as one of the protagonists, which could have worked had he not, been talking and thinking like an adult. I can imagine that a character his age, who is already going through a bad patch in life, would become a little too philosophical for his age. But seeing him use the same clichéd language as oldies with no creativity would, made me do just one thing - cringe.
Given that, Dwij Yadav who plays the little boy, carries his cute self through the ups and downs of his days with aimless Dr. Duke (Bobby Deol). Unfortunately, doesn't look like he has learnt more about acting in this film. He's just done what he has done so far. This is the best I've seen Bobby Deol act. Yeah, it's not in a mean way that I say this. He actually emotes his anger and helplessness. Once that is done the rest is a cakewalk.
More or less Nanhe Jaisalmer's team of cast and crew didn’t turn up the audience and me as well. You can just go, watch emotionlessly, get-up, and go.