Jeena Hai Toh Thok Daal Review In Short
Four North Indian youngsters come to Mumbai for a contract killing and one of the killers ends up falling in love with the intended victim…
Jeena Hai Toh Thok Daal Review Verdict
Though the plot is interesting, the execution leaves you unimpressed with the film…
Jeena Hai Toh Thok Daal Review Story Plot
Small town gangster Chandrabhan (Ravi Kissen
) stays in a small North Indian town with his friends Atka (Manish Vatsalya
), Mehka (Yashpal Sharma
) and Bitwa (Rahul Kumar
) and dreams of making it big in the crime underworld. When the four are roped in by a corrupt cop (Murli Sharma
) to kill the daughter of an honest media baron Pawar (Govind Namdeo
), the quartet travel to Mumbai to execute the contract for crime lord Rana (Sharat Saxena
However, things get complicated when Chandrabhan falls in love with the intended victim Shristi (Hazel
) and makes excuses to not kill her, despite the disapproval of Atka, who wants to get the job done as soon as possible and earn easy money. How Chandrabhan’s feelings for the girl ends up causing a rift between the gang members forms the rest of the story.
Jeena Hai Toh Thok Daal Review Performances
Though the performances of the actors in the movie are not atrocious, there is nothing really special about it either. However, director Manish Vatsalya, who plays the role of Atka, makes it a point to ham at every opportunity whereas Hazel as Srishti seems to enjoy playing a bimbo. Apart from these two, the rest of the cast has put in a passable performance.
Jeena Hai Toh Thok Daal Review Direction
Vatsalya, who has claimed that the plot is based on an actual incident, makes a hash job of a decent plot. Though the film is funny in parts because of some colourful language and Yashpal Sharma’s antics as the rural buffoon, the overall effect is quite dry.
Jeena Hai Toh Thok Daal Review Final Word
Like mentioned earlier, the plot is decent enough but the execution doesn’t live up to expectations. Strictly a mediocre fare…