Some movies are known to pass off as mere one-time watch, and only a few tend to make their impact with utmost relatability and the sheer urge to experience them first-hand, once again. Well, it’s assured that ‘Tumse Na Ho Payega’ falls under the second category which will remain in your hearts for a long long time, and it successfully works its magic that will only touch your hearts!
Directed by Abhishek Sinha, and produced by Ronnie Screwvala, Siddharth Roy Kapur, Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari and Nitesh Tiwari, this slice-of-life film is a pure masterpiece with the factor of relatability as its core foundation, and that’s what Bollywood has been missing out on since the past few years.
In a rather hilarious turn of events, Gaurav (Ishwak Singh), and his friends Mal (Gaurav Pandey) and Val (Gurpreet Saini) decide to rediscover themselves as they decide to follow their hearts while defying the expectations of society. The three friends take up bold and audacious life decisions to soar in the era of cut-throat competition and prove themselves successful, but life’s a b*tch!
Written by Nikhil Mehrotra and Nitesh Tiwari, the duo has done a commendable job in setting up the raw and unadulterated tone which effortlessly makes the film relatable to the audience.
Giving out subtle nuances from real life, the characters of Gaurav, Mal, and Val feel like every other Mumbaikar who steps out to earn bread and butter. While many individuals in the city suffocate from responsibilities, only a few try to rise above and take up bold decisions that eventually decide their future. Well, the film does wonders on this simple idea which will make you recall all those forbidden memories of success and failures.
With profound character development and an eye for details, director Abhishek Sinha has done a flawless job of bringing out the best in every peculiar element.
Based on ‘How I Braved Anu Aunty and Co-Founded a Million Dollar Company’ by Varun Agarwal, Tumse Na Ho Payega is a roller coaster of emotions that will hit you with power pouches at the right moment.
Calling the film great would be an understatement, as the film is a complete package that has a love story, romance, villains, and most importantly the opinions and social pressures from Anu Aunty.
With a screen time of over approximately 2-hours, the film and its dialogues keep you on the edge of your seats, rolling in laughter as the conversations between the characters tend to get a bit vulgar. But, let’s be honest, isn’t that how friends interact?
Ishwak Singh as Gaurav, Mahima Makwana as Devika, Gaurav Pandey as Mal, Gurpreet Saini as Val, and Karan Jotwani as Arjun, have done a phenomenal job with their performance and they have definitely done justice to their characters.
In conclusion, Tumse Na Ho Payega ends on a high note leaving you happy and not wanting it to end. The film has its lows, but they can be easily ignored as this masterpiece makes up for the unobtrusive mistakes. The visual aesthetics and symbolism play a pivotal role in giving this film a new perspective while dialogues give it a fresh, raw and robust character. While the film sets a rather vulgar and humourous tone with actors' impeccable comic timing, the one dialogue that will stay with you for the rest of your life would be: “tum decide karoge if you have failed or passed” Give the film your time, patience and dedication, and let it do its magic.
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