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Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga Complete Movie Review

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Movie Name :  
Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga
Movie Cast :  
Sanjay Mishra, Vishwa Mohan Badola, Zakir Hussain, Pragati Pandey, Sitaram Panchal, Ranjan Chabbra, Disha Pandey, Paritosh Sand, Pramod Pathak
Movie Director :  
Anshul Sharma
Music Director :  
Manish J. Tipu
Rating :  
2 / 5

Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga movie review

Puttanpal (Sanjay Mishra) is really a middle-class government worker, who stays together with his old father Nagpal (Vishwa Mohan Badola), wife Noori (Pragati Pandey) and 'good for nothing' more youthful brother Gopal (Ranjan Chhabra) in a tiny village in Haryana.

Once the family will get troubled within the rising prices of daily goods, Puttan pops up with the thought of acquiring a government loan intended for unemployed youth/budding entrepreneurs and taking advantage of the cash to stock on groceries to continue for at least a few years, to ensure that increasing prices won’t affect them.

What appears just like a brilliant idea in the beginning, lands them in danger whenever a nosy loan inspector Singh (Zakir Hussain) begins sniffing at around suspiciously. To convince him they have indeed taken the borrowed funds to spread out up a grocery shop, the household now needs to develop a more sophisticated charade-having a fake shop and fake clients!

Sanjay Mishra because the middle-class Average Person does a fantastic job and thus does Pragati Pandey, who plays his wife. Vishwa Mohan Badola because the crusty patriarch is a delight to look at, though we're feeling Ranjan might have done a more satisfactory job Zakir Hussain because the loan inspector too is decent enough.

Although the movie begins off in a slow pace, it will get momentum and will get to the stage. The humour is wry and efficient and also the dialogues are witty. Due credit would go to the director to take a significant subject like inflation and rising prices and searching in internet marketing inside a light-hearted manner (except during the last 20 minutes, which will get a little bit melodramatic and preachy). However, around the switch side, the logic of stocking on perishable goods having a view to possess enough for 2 yrs appears a little far-fetched.

Never be frustrated by the possible lack of stars within the movie…if light-hearted and wry humour is to your liking, give Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga an opportunity.

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