Varun Dhawan’s Sui Dhaaga: Made In India Review

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Sui Daaga: Made in India written and directed by Sharat Katariya, who is popularly known for “Dum Laga Ke Haisa”. It features Varun Dhawan as Mauji and Anushka Sharma as Mamta. The film is family friendly and delightful to watch in the first part and later is turn out to be a typical Yash Raj Films. Here is a full review of Sui Dhaaga.

Sui Dhaaga Made In India Review

Sui Dhaaga: Made In India Review

Sharat Katariya’s last movie “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” had received largely acclaimed. This film is also come out as a real story from small town lower middle-class film. The film started introducing the characters with Varun Dhawan’s voice over and the screenplay is fast-paced. In short, the movie is inspirational but it turns out to be a game show movie which looks very filmy.

Yash Raj has made other such entrepreneurship drama like Baadmash Company and Band Bajaa Baarat. But it does not come too near when it comes to nuances of such business field.

Sui Dhaaga: Made In India Story

Sui Dhaaga started introduces with Mauji played by Varun Das and his voice over introduces all characters of the family. The family consist of Raghuveer Yadav playing Mauji’s father. Mauji lives by a chant in his life “Sab Badhiya Hai”, slips a little when he thinks of how his older brother became “Ghar Jamai” after getting married into a relatively well-off family.

At the wedding of his employer’s son(Ashish Varma), Mauji is asked to perform like a pet dog for the entertainment of the guests. Mauji treats it as a matter of course, but it is when he sees Mamta felt pained that his pride is pierced slightly.

After one too many insults from his employer’s son, Mauji quits his job in a high offense. Meanwhile, his mother needs to undergo a percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA). Mauji’s family worries about how they’re going to get together the money for her treatment.

As Mauji wonders how to find a way out of their problems, Mamta gently ‘guides’ him (or rather cleverly points him in the right direction) to set up a tailoring booth. Armed with his sewing machine and his skill, Mauji decides to do just his back in family business that his grandfather left off. But it was not mentioned well about the set up how did they overcome. And after that most of things got wrong.

Director: Sharat Katariya
Producer: Maneesh Sharma, Aditya Chopra
Writer: Sharat Katariya
Music Songs Director: Anu Malik
Background Score: Andrea Guerra
Cinematographer: Anil Mehta
Editor: Charu Shree Roy

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Sui Dhaaga: Made In India Cast

  • Anushka Sharma
  • Varun Dhawan
  • Raghuveer Yadav
  • Namit Das
  • Govind Pandey
  • Ashish Varma

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Actor’s Performance

This is the department that really works and it’s credit also goes to the director “Sharat Katariya”. Varun Dhawan in the lead role of Mauji is very lovely, the audience cry when he cries and he is also able to make laugh with his comic timing. Coming out of his comfort zone and Sharat uses India’s most successful star in a very good way. Raghuveer Yadav steals the show from him in the scenes when both are in the same frame.

Anushka has his time and it seems she has worked very hard for the role. But when it comes of emotional scenes these are written very dramatically in any situation of the story. Namit Das his time but irritates when he laughs loudly if you have watched the web series of him “Kaushiki”, he is same irritating in such way. Govind Pandey as the only villain of Sui Dhaaga is just okay nothing seriously new from him.

The film was promoted as Made in India but, it looks far away in the film. Yes, the film is a small town but not feel the true essence of India. The main villain of “Sui Dhaaga: Made In India” is the direction and the screenplay written which id too long 122 minutes.

This movie is might be a good film as a romantic, comedy or even as a family drama. But it never looks good or cool when it comes to the real genre of entrepreneurship drama. It will be in the last film on the list in comparison of films Indian films like Guru and even YRF’s movie “Baadmash Company”.

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