Tanu Weds Manu Review: Tanu Weds Manu Movie Review
Tanu Weds Manu
Director: Aanand L. Rai
Cast: R. Madhavan, Kangana Ranaut, Jimmy Shergill
In this ongoing wedding season Aanand L. Rai’s rom com Tanu Weds Manu makes the perfect entry at the box office. The most awaited Kangana Ranaut and R Madhavan starrer flick surely has the substance to keep the audiences glued to their seats but it cannot be kept in the league of hits like Jab We Met and Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.
Shy, lovable and a simple NRI doctor Manu (R Madhavan) come down to India to marry a beautiful Indian girl and ends up meeting Kanpur based Tanu (Kangna Ranaut). It was a love at first sight for Manu but this small town girl Tanu is not interested as already she has found love of her life in local goon of Lucknow Raja (Jimmy Shergill). Hiding his pain and love for Tanu, Manu decides to help these two lovebirds to meet but obviously there is something else decided by the scriptwriter.
Now one must be thinking why to watch this flick as it is more or rather same like any other romantic flick? But you can watch this melo drama for the inspiring acting of Maddy and the wonderful direction of Rai.
The director has successfully displayed the charm of small towns and its people. Rai has paid close attention to the dresses, backdrop, and character artists, bringing all the elements of a middle class family on screen. However, there is something that stops the film from been called a complete entertainer.
The Jodi of Kangana and Maddy lacks chemistry and on top of that the actress has failed to do justice to her role. Kangana’s acting is looking artificial and her dialogue delivery is poor, she really needs to work out on that. On the other hand the pace of the movie is too slow than needed. One thing which could be a sigh of relief for the viewers is the chemistry shared by Manu and his close buddy Pappi (Deepak Dobriyal). In fact Kangana’s friend in the movie Payal played by Swara Bhaskar has done a wonderful job and looks perfect in her role of a Bihari girl who is set to marry a sardarji (Eijaz Khan), Manu’s another friend.
The music is good and director has made the right decision to choose peppy numbers for this wedding based flick.
In all one can give a try to this movie however watch it at your own risk!!!