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Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi Review 2.0/5 | Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi Movie Review | Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi 2021 Public Review

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Loss of life is a tragic phenomenon of life. However a number of movies in Bollywood have introduced this inevitability in a lighter and even in an outrageously humorous means. For instance, JAANE BHI DO YAARO [1982], EKKEES TOPPON KI SALAAMI [2014], DADDY COOL [2009], BUDDHA MAR GAYA [2007], MALAMAAL WEEKLY [2006], PUSHPAK [1987], NEHLLE PE DEHLLA [2007], and so forth. Now Seema Pahwa’s directorial debut RAMPRASAD KI TEHRVI additionally guarantees to have a light-weight tackle dying. So does RAMPRASAD KI TEHRVI handle to entertain and impress viewers? Or does it fail in its endeavour? Let’s analyse.

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RAMPRASAD KI TEHRVI is the story of a household assembling collectively after ages on account of a tragedy. Ramprasad (Naseeruddin Shah) is an outdated aged patriarch who all of a sudden passes away whereas instructing piano at his home to a child within the neighbourhood. He resided along with his spouse, addressed as Amma (Supriya Pathak) by every one. Their little children stay in numerous components of the nation. Clearly all of them rush to Ramprasad’s mansion, positioned in a small home in Uttar Pradesh as quickly as they get the information. What ought to have been a interval of mourning for the household leads to chaos as previous wounds resurface. On high of that, Seema (Konkona Sen Sharma), spouse of the youngest son of Ramprasad, Nishant aka Neetu (Parambrata Chatterjee) doesn’t come. It results in gossip and hypothesis among the many wives of the opposite sons. In the meantime, since Ramprasad handed away on December 19, the pandit declares that the tehrvi will therefore fall on January 1. It results in an argument within the household as some really feel it will likely be awkward for folks to attend such a ceremony on the primary day of the 12 months. The problem resolves after which, one other downside arises. Ramprasad’s kids come to know that the patriarch had opted for a mortgage of Rs. 10 lakhs and that he has returned solely Rs. 3 lakhs. It’s now their duty to repay the remainder of the quantity. Whereas going via his diary, they arrive to know that he took the stated mortgage as his kids had been demanding cash from him. This revelation results in one other spherical of tu tu important important. In all this chaos, Amma feels disregarded. The grandchildren in the meantime are least bothered in regards to the dying of their grandfather and are having a enjoyable reunion. She realises that it will be troublesome for her to remain within the haveli on their own. Even when she chooses to stick with their sons, evidently they will not be prepared to just accept her. What occurs subsequent varieties the remainder of the movie.

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Seema Pahwa’s story is promising. The largest energy is that it’s very relatable. Everybody has been within the scenario depicted within the movie. Therefore, one can’t assist however relate very properly to plenty of happenings within the movie. Seema Pahwa’s screenplay is nevertheless inconsistent. A number of scenes and confrontations are very properly considered and in addition fleshed out. On the flipside, the movie slips within the second half as essential particulars are disregarded about some necessary characters. Seema Pahwa’s dialogues are practical and situational. Nonetheless, the humorous dialogues of Prakash Bade jija ji (Brijendra Kala) appear misplaced.

Seema Pahwa’s route is kind of neat within the first half-hour. The way in which she establishes the setting and the temper makes for an interesting watch. A few of the characters like that of Seema appear very attention-grabbing and lots might have been achieved right here. Nonetheless, one wonders why Seema Pahwa disregarded the backstories of sure characters. That is particularly within the case of Seema’s character. One fails to know what precisely she did mistaken with Neetu and his household. It’s not like she was the one daughter-in-law who stayed away from her in-laws. The remainder of the bahus additionally obtained separated from Ramprasad and Amma. Additionally, in the direction of the top, Seema’s change of coronary heart makes one really feel that she’ll ask Amma to stick with her. That’s what the build-up appeared like. When she doesn’t, one wonders why that’s so. In all probability, she had the identical points as different daughter-in-laws and was not able to take the duty. However this bit ought to have been higher defined. In the meantime, Rahul (Vikrant Massey) lusting after Seema individually looks as if an amazing thought however seems a bit pressured. The ultimate scene is heartening however comes too all of a sudden.

RAMPRASAD KI TEHRVI begins properly. No time is wasted as Ramprasad passes away within the first scene itself. From right here, it’s a breezy watch as all of the madcap characters arrive and create insanity. A number of scenes stand out just like the 4 brothers having drinks and expressing their long-suppressed anger. Additionally, the sequence the place Amma hides behind a pillar and sees that everybody is having a gala time whereas she’s mourning the demise of her husband may be very transferring. Put up-interval, the movie will get too critical. Many who would go for the movie after seeing the trailer and assuming that it’ll be a light-hearted movie can be in for a shock, or somewhat, shock.

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RAMPRASAD KI TEHRVI is laced with some positive performances. Naseeruddin Shah is reliable within the cameo. Supriya Pathak is the perfect a part of the lot. One can really feel the ache of her character. Konkona Sen Sharma is as anticipated fairly glorious however is let down by weak characterization. Parambrata Chatterjee delivers an amazing efficiency. Vikrant Massey is great. Vinay Pathak (Pankaj), Manoj Pahwa (Gajraj) and Ninad Kamat (Manoj) improve impression with the way in which they’ve exceled of their respective roles. Sadiya Siddiqui (Pratibha), Divya Jagdale (Sulekha) and Deepika Amin (Sushma) additionally do properly however after a degree, their gossiping appears repetitive. Anubha Fatehpura (Rani; badi jiji) is convincing whereas Sarika Singh (Dhaani; choti jiji) is excellent within the scene the place she speaks to Amma at night time outdoors. Manukriti Pahwa (Bitto; who falls for Rahul) is kind of vigorous. Brijendra Kala, Sawan Tank (Samay), Neivan Ahuja (Saksham; neighbour), Shikant Verma (Basant Chote jija ji), Yamini Dass (Mami ji), Vineet Kumar (Mama ji), Rajendra Gupta (Tauji who spoke English) and Mahesh Sharma (Vinod, who was with Tauji) are first rate. Lastly, Sanah Kapur is kind of memorable because the youthful Amma.

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Sagar Desai’s music is forgettable. ‘Ek Adhoora Kaam’ registers because it comes at an attention-grabbing scenario. The remainder of the songs like ‘Jo Ghum Hua Hai’, ‘Aisa Hai Kyun’ and ‘Bulawaya Aaya Re’ don’t depart a mark.  Sagar Desai’s background rating is delicate and properly woven with the narrative.

Sudip Sengupta’s cinematography deserves reward. There are a number of lengthy takes that are very properly captured by the lensman. Darshan Jalan and Manish Tiwari’s costumes and Parijat Poddar’s manufacturing design are straight out of life. Dipika Kalra’s enhancing is okay however one needs the flashback scenes of Seema and Nishant had obtained extra display screen presence

On the entire, RAMPRASAD KI TEHRVI has a really attention-grabbing story to inform however fails to make the specified impression on account of a really weak second half. The movie would face a troublesome time in cinemas and will have ideally launched instantly on an OTT platform.


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