This is the first directorial offering by Raj Shandilya, the backbone of Kapil Sharma’s comedy shows. Here too, he has left a deep impact on his writing. On the land of Brij in Mathura, he has created the best of laughter from the punch and creations of comedy. The film is likewise dedicated solely to Ayushmann’s character Karam. Its theme is a tone on the system responsible for the condition of educated unemployed youth in small towns.
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Karam’s father Jagjit (Annu Kapoor) has a small shop in Mathura. To speak in the unique’s voice quality of the unemployed Karam. On his own, he gets a job in the call center. There, he removes the voices of a girl named Pooja by removing the loneliness of people with her sweet words. Alam is that Toto, Mahaveer, Havildar, Lady Journalist and even his father himself fall in love with Pooja and gets ready for marriage. Mahi’s love knocks in Karam’s life too. Meanwhile, the devotees of Pooja create Mahabharata in the life of Karam and how he saves himself from this chakravyuh, the film is about this.
The film’s writing is smart. In the role of Karam, Ayushmann Khurrana has given another memorable performance after ‘Andhadhun’ and ‘Badhaai Ho’. Through voice and body language, he has made people laugh a lot. Mahi and Smiley turned Nushrat Bharucha and Manjot Singh have put their characters in Discipline. Director Raj Shandilya has used the sense of dressing, dressing sense of the people of small towns to create comedy. It fixes dialogue and editing. The music of Meet Brothers has tied up. The film does not seem to disappoint anywhere.
See or not … If you get pleasure from laughter then definitely see.