Vasan Bala had a ball in making this film and you can sense it from the word 'Go'. Bhagyashree and her husband Himalaya must be dancing in the mountains (Himalayas?) after seeing that their darling son has talent. Abhimanyu is not disappearing from Bollywood. If you are done with applying harmful colors on your near and dear ones--- please go for Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota (MKDNH) at your earliest, today itself.
A Still From Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota
Without deets which will spoil the surprises it throws up frequently, MKDNH is a completely imaginary space with a fair dose of retro and you might wonder for the first 15 minutes what on earth is happening. Post that, you realise that it's a world you want to be a part of. Spectacularly shot, it's absurd and cool at the same time. The spread is obviously dominated by a quirky disorder, or should we say, a gift of 'no pain'- and you will relish the fight scenes in particular. Bet Rohit Shetty and Farah Khan will endorse on this offering by Bala, with big signatures.
Abhimanyu Dassani In Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota
All eyes were on Abhimanyu and the young man has not disappointed. He is competent and sincere. Obviously he waited for this day biting his nails, but can smile now. Radhika Madan comes up with yet another sterling performance. Grandpa Mahesh Manjrekar yet again illustrates that he is, to say the least, a marvelous actor.
Radhika Madan In Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota
MKDNH, in one word, is wacky --- and given the elements, could have gone tacky. Thank you, Bala. No horse wins a race without the rider maneuvering it well on the turf.
I am going with FOUR.
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