Patakha Movie Review
Director: Director Vishal Bhardwaj
Artists: Sunil Grover, Sanya Malhotra, Radhika Madan, Vijay Raj, Sanand Verma,
Movie type : Comedy , Drama
Rating: 3.5 / 5
Rating: 3.5 / 5
The law of nature is that the farther away you run, the closer you get. Vishal Bhardwaj's film 'Patakha', based in a small village in Rajasthan, is also the story of two such sisters Champa aka Barki (Radhika Madan) and Genda alias Chutki (Sanya Malhotra), who want to get away from each other, but luck She then takes them along. Chhutki and Badki fight a lot without talking to each other since childhood. Dipper (Sunil Grover), who lives in the village, not only misses an opportunity to fight between the two sisters, but also enjoys watching them fight. Bapu (Vijay Raj) of both sisters loves their two daughters very much. For this reason, he did not even remarry. But he is also relieved by the daily war between his daughters.
Patel (Sanand Verma), a rich man from the village, hangs on both of Bapu's girls. Once trapped in a compulsion, Bapu takes a big sum from his bride in exchange for marrying Patel. But Badki runs away with her boyfriend Jagan the day before the wedding. Poor Bapu decides Chutki's marriage to Patel, then she also runs away with her boyfriend like an elder sister. It is only by visiting her in-laws that she finds out that her husband is a real brother and that her luck has brought them back together. What do each other's fierce enemy sisters feed in the life ahead? You have to go to the theater to know this.
Vishal Bhardwaj, who is considered to be the mastermind of desi style films, has so far made films on several novels. But this time Vishal has chosen Charan Singh Pathik's Short Story Two Sisters to make the film. Vishal liked the story so much that he took up the task of writing the script, directing the film. Sadly, Vishal could not make this film an entertaining film for the audience. This desi story becomes so much desi that it will not be easy for the urban audience to coincide with it. Barring a few scenes, the first half of the film makes you quite bored. You do it for a second half of the film in the hope that maybe something entertaining happens, but they feel disappointed.
Sanya Malhotra and Radhika Madan have played their roles well. Although Vijay Raj and Sunil Grover have acted well, but due to the weak script, they also do not connect the audience with the film. The music of the film is also average. If you are a fan of desi films and Vishal Bhardwaj, then go watch the film at your own risk.