Farhad Pastakia (Boman Irani) is really a 40 something single Parsi guy, who stays together with his mother Nargis (Daisy Irani) and grandmother (Shammi Aunty) inside a sprawling Parsi home. Farhad works inside a lingerie showroom and hopes for an ideal 'fall for each other and obtain married' scenario. Things start searching great for the gentle Parsi when bubbly Shirin (Farah Khan) walks into his shop and sparks fly between your two. However, when Nargis finds out that Shirin is identical Parsi Trust official, who approved the demolition of the illegal water tank within the Pastakia household, she puts her feet lower and makes her disapproval from the relationship very obvious. The way the above 40 enthusiasts overcome odds to get together forms the relaxation from the story.
Boman Irani is among the finest stars in Bollywood and that he proves this beyond any doubt once more. Boman's Farhad may be the typical gentle Parsi character who immediately brings a fond smile to the lips. His actions, body gestures as well as his intensity within the one scene where he stacks up to his mother is certain to thrill everyone. On her behalf part, Farah Khan, who makes her acting debut using the movie brings her bubbly persona on the watch's screen as Shirin and just wins your heart together with her 'chubby cuteness', though her performance might have been better. Other stars like Daisy Irani, Shammi Aunty and also the relaxation from the cast too perform superbly.
Bela Bhansali Sehgal makes her debut like a director with this particular movie and that we must state that Bela doesn't dissatisfy. You will find lots of sweet moments throughout the movie, though you do finish up feeling the humour is a little forced sometimes. Furthermore, Bela might have easily done away with a few of the moments that make Parsis seem like a lot of crazy old people, as individuals moments don't even elicit an amused chuckle. (The 'eccentric Parsi' position continues to be performed again and again through the years, that was something which the manufacturers of Ferrari Ki Sawaari understood perfectly and steered obvious of). Another factor that Bela is responsible for is getting a really clichéd and foreseeable climax that is something of the disappointment for audiences, who're expecting different things.
The movie has enough melodious tunes like ishq mein tere bina, khatti meethi and kaafir and here plus peppy amounts such as the title track, kuku duku and ramba samba.
Do watch this movie to determine the perfect Boman Irani for action alongwith veterans like Daisy Irani and Shammi Aunty, though we should warn that certain parts might be rather disappointing…