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Mitron Movie Review, Jaccky Bhagnani & Kritika Kamra Shine Bright!


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Mitron Movie Review, Jaccky Bhagnani & Kritika Kamra Shine Bright!

The remake rage is unlikely to go out of fashion because our filmmakers still feel recycling, okay okay, getting inspired by a film of another language can work equally well in Hindi. So after Dhadak, a nearly faithful adaptation of the Marathi classic Sairat, it’s time to go to the South again as this week’s Mitron happens to be a remake of the Telugu Blockbuster, Pelli Choopulu.

Does it live up to the expectations? Let’s analyze:-
1. Story and Screenplay
The story is of a good-for-nothing slacker named Jai, played by Jackky Bhagnani and an ambitious girl Avni, played by newcomer Kritika Kamra. The two meet forcefully as their parents have arranged their marriage but a twist at the interval changes everything. The second half is an amalgamation of films like Chef, Band Baaja Baaraat and Jab We Met. Watch the film to understand the comparisons better. The screenplay oscillates between the past and the present in the pre-interval portions and sails smoothly in the second half. All in all, not much complains, even when the pace dips and the film proceeds towards predictability.
2. Performances
Jackky has an earnestness that makes him a likable character despite the fact that we have seen such puppy-faced performances before. Newcomer Kritika Kamra oozes confidence in her performance of Avni and seems to have a bright future. But it’s Pratik Gandhi, playing our hero’s friend, who steals the show as Raunak. He gets the best lines and the best scenes.
3. Editing and Music
The editing may not irk the viewers as the film is only two hours and three minutes long. As far as the music is concerned, as the trend is these days, we have three of them on board, and when you have songs sung by Sonu Nigam, Atif Aslam and Bappi Lahri, you expect some chartbuster tunes but alas, it’s ironically the most forgettable aspect of Mitron.
The film isn’t entirely discard able but not a memorable one either. Watch it, have a few laughs, go home, sleep and you may not remember it the next day. It’s what you call a ‘Time Pass Entertainment’ c
We give it 3/5 stars.
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