Jayeshbhai Jordaar, a movie showcasing Ranveer Singh, was released theatrically on Friday and has already garnered mixed reviews. Ranveer Singh is the only USP (Unique Selling Proposition) of Jayeshbhai Jordaar. The film is concerned with establishing the themes, yet its teaching waters down the spirit of the themes. Jayeshbhai Jordaar is a comic satire presented by Yash Raj Films that is sluggish and overemphatic in its subject.

Details

The premise of the movie, helmed by Divyang Thakkar, throws light on the critical societal issue of female foeticide reduction. Following the film’s release, netizens rushed to social media, notably Twitter, to voice their opinions on it. While the movie is well praised by Ranveer’s admirers, some social media users are displeased with the final outcome.

There are many typical twists, some hilarious situations, a few shallow jokes, and as usual, a lot of melodramatic speech that doesn’t benefit the movie. The intention is admirable, but the script’s naive implementation and mediocre screenplay make it harder for even Ranveer to fix it.

Jayeshbhai Jordaar Star cast: Ranveer Singh, Shalini Pandey, Ratna Pathak Shah, Boman Irani, Jia Vaidya

Jayeshbhai Jordaar Director: Divyang Thakkar

Jayeshbhai Jordaar Music Director: Vishal – Shekhar

Jayeshbhai Jordaar, which has garnered mediocre responses from critics, would have to depend primarily on pleasant word of mouth from its intended audience. Take a close look at the Twitter review:

Storyline

Jayeshbhai Jordaar is situated in rural Gujarat and portrays Jayeshbhai (Ranveer Singh), who is a puppet in his dictatorial father’s hands. He is profoundly in love with Mudra, yet he feels forced to consider her as a supplier of a son due to social and parental pressures. We discover that one daughter was spared, but a second would be unacceptable. His boldest move is to flee with his pregnant wife and her unborn daughter.


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Jayeshbhai Jordaar Review: Script Analysis

The film suffers from a mediocre plot and formulaic execution. After 30 minutes, you feel like you’ve seen the entire drama. Divyang Thakkar, who also wrote the screenplay, loses focus of what he intends to achieve with the drama in the midway. He blends up several things, and they begin to appear like a chaotic combination that can’t stay centered after a while.

The narrative does not even show a depth of insight into the topics it has opted to tackle in the screenplay, which is overloaded with social dilemmas encased in the comedy genre.


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Jayeshbhai Jordaar Review: Star Performance

When it regards performances and screen presence, Ranveer Singh’s immense energy and an undying passion for entertainment keep you enthusiastic until the very end. Shalini Pandey, like the original Arjun Reddy, maintains her subservient attitude. In Jia Vaidya, the movie also features an excellent actor. She’s proving to be a natural actress. With his on-point performance, Boman Irani tries to irritate you with his silly conservative thinking, and goal achieved. Ratna Pathak Shah is overshadowed by the other cast due to the lack of depth in her character.

 

 


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Jayeshbhai Jordaar Review: Direction & Music

The movie’s setting and tone are sometimes “too” witty leaving you confused about whether to take it sincerely or laugh about and ignore it. Siddharth Diwan’s fondness of the neo-noir technique of recording moods comes in useful while depicting the movie’s ‘basic’ and ‘natural’ features. Namrata Rao, the movie’s editor, does a fantastic job of keeping the film tidy. The music complements the movie adequately, but there isn’t any melody that you’ll want to listen to regularly.

Divyang attempts to take a lighthearted tone to sensitive subjects, but the terrible script pulls this social comedy to fail by a huge margin.

 

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