Mitron Movie Review: When Life Gives You A 'Mitron', Laugh Your Heart Out & Grab The Lessons!

Sep 14, 2018 Anupam Gupta
Mitron Movie Review: When Life Gives You A 'Mitron', Laugh Your Heart Out & Grab The Lessons!
At a wedding, a rich businessman (Mohan Kapur) asks Raunak (Pratik Gandhi) the normal question, 'Tum karte kya ho?' To which the young boy all tranquil as well as composed, presents himself as a writer who is presently penning a publication called 'Mind your business'! Well, it's Sharib Hashmi's crackling lines and also Pratik Gandhi's poker-faced humour that keep Mitron quite light-hearted and also engaging.
The crucial protagonist Jai (Jackky Bhagnani) occupies design out of obsession, however has his heart set towards ending up being a cook. However there's a twist! The guy is incorrigibly lazy to work to his dream and also rather would like making some quick bucks by coming to be a son-in-law to an organisation magnate. A goof-up leads him to meet Avni (Kritika Kamra), a young, enthusiastic lady that harbours a dream of an occupation in Australia.
Jai as well as Avni are poles apart in their outlook to life, but locate a little attach - they both do not such as blowing out sauce on their samosas. Nonetheless, while the previous is a careless daydreamer, the latter has a sharp organisation acumen. She throws in an idea of beginning a food truck. From thereon starts a trip that's quite relatable from the word go.
While Mitron is rather predictable in terms of the plot, it's Nitin Kakkar's treatment to the script which brings in a particular feeling of quality. This moment, he is back with yet another light-hearted tale minus all the glitz. An adjustment of Vijay Devarakonda-Ritu Varma's Telugu hit 'Pelli Choopulu', Kakkar gives Mitron his very own trademark touch. Sharib Hashmi's writing shows trigger. It's wonderful to see a film where the women protagonist reaches be the hero most of the moments and foretell which's where Mitron climbs above a common Bollywood film.
Nevertheless, on the other hand, the composing falters a little bit here and there and specific events encounter as a bit forced. A little even more concentrate on the deepness of the characters would certainly have produced a larger influence.
Jackky Bhagnani that is back on the celluloid after a space has a far better grip on his acting skills and also appears tailor-made for the function of Jai. Kritika Kamra comes off as a whiff of fresh air and makes an effervescent launching in a function which gives us a peek of her ability that's yet to be discovered to the greatest. From Pratik Gandhi and Bhavin Parekh, it's the former who winds up with the most effective lines. Neeraj Sood is excessive enjoyable.
Nitin Kakkar remains true to the scene of Gujarat and also steers clear off the stereotypes. Sachindra Vats's crisp editing and enhancing keeps you on the toes throughout the movie.
With peppy songs in tracks like 'Kamariya' and also 'This Event Is Over' along with hummable numbers like 'Chalte Chalte', Mitron is pleasing to the ears.
Mitron is a film made from the heart and prospers in reaching your own to a terrific extent. Much like Jai's character, it includes its collection of defects. Yet in some way, it winds up leaving you with a warm feeling and most significantly, a huge, broad grin! I am selecting 3 stars.
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