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Sorry Bhai! - 2008 [DVD]

Sorry Bhai!


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Overall Rating 3.5

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Starring : Shabana Azmi, Sanjay Suri, Sharman Joshi
Director : Onir
Producer : Vashu Bhagnani
MPAA Rating for Sorry Bhai! UnRated
Year : 2008
Playtime : 118 Minutes
Lang : Hindi
Genre : Comedy
IT'S a brave new world that is bursting forth in Bollywood today. No longer is mainstream cinema solely dependent on star power and requires the presence of a larger-than-life actor to create an impact. On the contrary, with more and more star treks ending up as box office duds, the focus is now shifting to the smaller, more economical, completely dependable actors, who are redefining the Hindi film hero. Case in point: Irrfan Khan, Vinay Pathak, Ranveer Shorey, Konkona Sen Sharma, Rajat Kapoor.

Sorry Bhai is a delightful film that comes alive, solely on the power-packed performances of its parallel brigade: actors who live beyond the parameters of the traditional star system. More importantly, it marks the return of Chitrangada Singh, the actress who had taken a hiatus after her impressive debut act in Hazaron Khwahishen Aisi . And the actor doesn't disappoint, being a complete natural before the camera.

It's an unconventional story too which traces the growing attraction between a woman (Chitrangada) for her fiancee's younger brother (Sharman Joshi), a few days before her wedding. She is all set to marry the ambitious, upwardly mobile stock broker, Sanjay Suri who invites his close-knit family to Mauritius for the marriage.

While dad Boman Irani and scientist bro, Sharman Joshi, are perfectly supportive of his sudden decision, mom Shabana Azmi is sceptical of the potential daughter-in-law and isn't too eager to accept her in the family fold. Watch out for the bristling relationship between Shabana and Chitrangada: the highlight of the film, as it grows from simmering animosity to girlie bonding. The saas-bahu relationship never got more feisty and funny.

But a disconcerting mom-in-law isn't the only problem the wannabe bride must counter. She must also contend with her growing attraction for the laid-back, scientist brother who has just two passions in life. He loves jazz and wants to make his wooden dog fly as part of his lifetime research on kinetic energy which declares that everything has life!

Quaint, specially when his family nonchalantly keeps posing the query: kutta uda kya? (did the dog fly?) Younger brother too can't keep his eyes off his delectable bhabhi-to-be, even though he loves his elder brother and cannot dream of hurting him. Does this unconventional relationship actually have a future in a close-knit Indian family? Teasing stuff, indeed! But more than the story, it's the performances that leave you chuckling.

The Sharman-Chitrangada-Sanjay trio plays out its tango for three with elan. But the scene-stealers are the older couple, Shabana Azmi and Boman Irani who charm you completely with their crackling chemistry and their natural act as urbane parents. Surely, with Honeymoon Travels and now Sorry Bhai , the duo might end up giving the younger screen couples a run for their money.

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Nice contemporary comedy 3 Star BollywoodFan
Nice movie for the multiplex goers. I don't understand why critics hated this movie
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