Don’t get fooled by its title, Mitron has nothing to do with politics, it is a really entertaining, light and humorous movie that will leave you feeling all warm and well prepped for Navratri.
The movie starts with a dancing Navratri number, “Kamariya”, that actually brightens your mood and pulls off as a great start for Mitron. The story is about Jai (Jackky Bhagnani) and Avni (Kritika Kamra), who meet accidentally but once their paths are intersected, everything starts to fall into right places, also things start stirring up between them.
Jai, who has mostly been a loser all his life, barely making out as an engineer, is a foodie at heart and wants to become a chef. Avni, on the contrary, is a headstrong independent woman who wants to travel to Australia for further studies. Fed up of Jai’s failings, his father (Neeraj Sood) takes him to see a girl for marriage, and when Avni is ditched by her ex-boyfriend, her father too decides to look for a guy for her.
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Happenstance gets these two in a locked room where they share their back-stories and that’s pretty much the first half of the movie. It’s commendable how the cast has worked well with their Gujarati dialect.
Jackky and Kritika’s chemistry on screen is lovely. Jackky has done a bang-on job in this film as it’s his comeback and Kritika used her television screen’s skills of keeping her acting on point and as real as possible.
Special mentions to two of supporting cast who stole limelight, not in one but many scenes, Raunak (Pratik Gandhi) with his punchline and timings, he plays the role of Jai’s friend in the movie and Neeraj Sood (Jai’s father) with his perfect Gujarati dialogues.
“An Pelli Choopulu” adaptation, Mitron is a must watch with your family as it “unexpectedly” proves to be 2018’s one of the most entertaining movies.
We give it 3.5 stars with a huge kink.
Don’t get fooled by its title, Mitron has nothing to do with politics, it is a really entertaining, light and humorous movie that will leave you f...3.5