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Myself Pendu (2015) : Movie Review

Director : Surinder Rihal

Starring : Preet Harpal, Sayali Bhagat, Ather Habib, Jaswinder Bhalla, Surinder Rihal, Upasna Singh

Jaswinder Bhalla
(First time in double role)

Guest Appearance
Jaspinder Cheema, Navraj Hans, Madhurimma Tuli.

Ratings : *1/2 (1.5/5)

Synopsis : The plot revolves around two guys, Preet and Harpal, who are from a middle class family and are carefree and not concerned about their future. They keep making schemes to make themselves rich. Their father tries to teach them the facts of life and to be efficient and independent. Their mother however supports them in whatever they do no matter how frivolous. The film takes a hilarious turn when the boys meet two rich girls and make a plan to get involved with the girls to extract money from them. In order to do this they need to adapt to the girls lifestyles and borrow money from their father. The plot gets murkier when they decide to marry the girls. Secrets are revealed and criminals are involved.

Movie Review : The worst possible scenario for a comedy is one that doesn’t tackle the funny bone. One struggle to find real humorous moments. Myself Pendu fails to do either well. It has no story with disgusting dialogues and over acting by most of the artists.

Star Performances: over all it was a package of over acting. Preet Harpal still needs to work on his acting skills. Ather Habib was okay but couldn’t show his skills. Jaswinder Bhalla was looking like a same old thing but in new package.. Sayali bhagat was looks good on screen but acting was not up mark.
After a long time Satinder Satti was seen in any movie but she looks old on screen and outdated. The biggest disappoint was Upasna Singh who failed to do a mother’s character, in her every scene she looks like a ‘Bua’ from comedy nights rather than a mother.

Technicality: Director Surinder Rihal failed to deliver this time. The concept was okay but the way story and dialogues were written was not good enough. Film’s cinematography was of low standard..Good intent doesn’t translate into a good movie.

Music: the music of the film was okay but could be far better. Overall Sham-Balkar and Nick Dhammu try to present some good tracks but in a film they been spoiled.

Final Words : You can avoid this.More over Paisa Bhi Tuhada,
Time Bhi Tuhada te 
Jigra taan hai e  tuhada….

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