'Mitron' Review: Slapstick humour but good family entertainer
Hyderabad: This wholesome family entertainer, will keep you hooked till the end. The best part is the film will not disappoint the viewers, however, we can't ignore the slapstick humour of the film and weak storyline in the second half.
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Director: Nitin Kakkar
Cast: Jackky Bhganani, Kritika Kamra, Pratik Gandhi and Shivam Parekh
Story- Jackky Bhganani as Jai, a good-for-nothing automobile engineer, who has lost his job, meets an ambitious girl, Avni, portrayed by Kritika Kamra, while going for a bride-hunting. Avni and Jai are poles apart. Avni shares her failed past relationship with a guy, Vikram, who dumps her. She aspires to go to Australia for studying MBA. Jai shares about his failed YouTube cooking videos, which have ended up as a huge blunder.
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'Mitron' is an adaptation of a super-hit Telugu film 'Pelli Choopulu', which is brilliantly written by Sharib Hashmi. 'Filmistaan' director Nitin Kakkar has done a quite commendable job in portraying the story on the screen.
Acting- Jackky has made a good comeback after his last 'Welcome To Karachi'. His Gujarati monologue and natural acting show that he worked hard for his film. Debutant Kritika Kamra too looked beautiful and natural on the big screen. Thanks to her TV shows, which prepared her enough for her Bollywood debut.
Pratik Gandhi as Raunak, Jai's friend, has stolen the show. Shivam Parekh, looked quite low as compared to Pratik.
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Cinematography and background score is also quite good. And once again Nitin Kakkar has directed a nice film with the good balance of friendship, love and ambition. 'Mitron' brilliantly showcases the pressures which an average mediocre Indian youth of this generation go through.