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Movie Review: Mitron

September 14th, 2018 | by Manisha Surange

Movie: Mitron
Cast: Jackky Bhagnani, Kritika Kamra, Pratik Gandhi, Shivam Parekh, Neeraj Sood
Writer: Tharun Bhascker Dhaassyam (original story), Sharib Hashmi (adapted by)
Director: Nitin Kakkar
Our rating: 3/5
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Mitron has simple and casual one liners that are entertaining, Pratik Gandhi, Jackky and Kritika keep the fun going.

This clean family entertainer has some funny moments throughout. Mitron begins with exploring the concept of arrange marriages and has Jai (Jackky Bhagnani), who is a simple and good-for-nothing automobile engineer working at a call centre. He loses his job and gets warned from his parents to get his act together. He is told to get married and the trouble right from when he mistakenly enters the wrong house while he goes for bride-hunting. He manages to locked in a room with that wrong girl, Avni (Kritika Kamra) – a hard working and independent person.

While they are locked in the room, they both decide to share their past and somewhere get attracted to each other. In a flashback sequence, Jai shares about his dream of becoming a chef and Avni reveals how she faced a heartbreak. Avni’s ex-boyfriend Vikram had dumped her in the past to get in a relationship with some rich girl in Delhi. She plans to open a food truck but the plans are gutted with her heart and coincidentally, she meets a Jai who wants to be a chef. The remaining story is about the way this one wrong meeting turns out to be right for two very contrasting personalities.

Mitron is a reunion of Filmistaan duo Nitin Kakkar (Director) and Sharib Hashmi (Actor). The only difference is Sharib has worked on the story this time. The film is adapted from a Telugu film Pelli Chooopulu (2016), which is written and directed by Tharun Bhaskar Dhaassyam, the story is dispersed amongst multiple levels of narrations. The entire story seems entangled by itself. The film does have hilarious bits in between that makes it a fun time watch. Sharib Hashmi’s writing is a good and the dialogues are performed well leading to many laughs.

Mitron stars Jackky Bhagnani, who is making sort of a comeback after his last Welcome To Karachi (2015) does well here. He delivers a good and innocent performance. His monologue will be popular with the audience. Kritika Kamra makes her debut and she looks refreshing on screen. She is convincing as Avni and proves her television popularity and talent to look comfortable on-screen. Pratik Gandhi as Raunak is fantastic from the film. He has some best dialogues and he delivers with his unique style and madness.

Nitin Kakkar’s direction is a visual treat. The film also has many composers like Tanishk Bagchi, Vayu, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Sharib Toshi, Lijo George, DJ Chetas come together to create 8 tracks for the film. Sanedo and Chalte Chalte works well with the script providing some support to the story. Many songs add to the chart-busters as Kamariya and This Party Is Over Now are saved for the end.

Mitron adds to the entertaining movies of 2018. Sharib Hashmi’s dialogues and good performances are time pass. The light-hearted comedy is for the family.

Mitron releases on 14th September, 2018.

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