Shilpa Shetty is back with her new film, this film is based on the story of a housewife. Today this film has been released in theatres, let us know how the film is!
Story: The story of the film revolves around 38-year-old housewife Sukhpreet Kalra Urfi Sukhi (Shilpa Shetty). Sukhi is tired of her daily routine and wants to take a break from it. She leaves her husband and daughter alone in Punjab and comes to Delhi for the school reunion. Sukhi’s childhood was spent in Delhi, she made memories with her friends while studying in school and college. She was very popular during her school days but now she wonders where she is stuck. In such a situation, during the reunion, Sukhi relives the old days of her life with her friends for a week. During this time, she crosses the boundaries of a wife and mother and experiences the open sky of a woman. How does Sukhi’s life change after meeting her school friends? To know this you will have to go to the theater and watch Sukhi!
Performance: Shilpa Shetty has returned to the screen after a long time, she is seen on television but she is making a comeback in films after a long time. She has played the character of Sukhi well. In some places, his expression is getting excessive, due to which overacting is seen there. Amit Sadh is also in a good role, although his role is not much. Kusha Kapila has also acted well. The rest of the characters have also acted well.
Technicalities: Sonal Joshi had kept the direction of this film in her hands, she also made her debut with this film. He performed well in his very first film, and the way he has shown middle-class life is really good. He has done good casting in the film and has also taken good work from the actors.
Analysis: In the past, many films have been made on the lives of women which show their plight, especially that of housewives. This time Sonal Joshi has also brought something similar, but the way she has shown it on screen is commendable.
Sonal’s story seems realistic from the beginning, but the story of the film falters after the interval. So the script will be held responsible for this. The dialogues of the film are well written, but many scenes appear incomplete, especially those of Sukhi’s friends. The story of Amit Sadh and Shilpa Shetty appears incomplete on screen.
Verdict: Overall, the film has become loose in everything from acting to script.