Rating: 0.5/5 stars (Zero And Half Stars)
Star cast: Dev Goel, Adah Sharma, Juhi Chawla, Sanjay Dutt, Anupam Kher, Chunky Pandey, Rati Agnihotri, Viveck Vaswani, Ganesh Venkatraman, Amit Mistry, Samrat Mukerji
Director: Jyotin Goel
What’s Good: Juhi Chawla and Sanjay Dutt prevail in their endearing stints.
What’s Bad: Everything
Loo break: You might have the urge to live in the loo after this film.
A call centre attendant and her best buddy decide to take a road trip to Pune on New Year’s Eve. En route, the film is filled with their sleazy escapades. The night that turns wild with subsequent events, beads together the occurrings that happen over the next eight hours!
Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke Review: Script Analysis
It hurts to slam cinema. Being an art lover, films are my hobby but such films insult general sensibilities of films altogether. Trying to be comical, entrapping all the apparent misadventures, there are only a few instances where random rude jokes will squeeze out a laugh from you. Besides that, there is no thrill, no excitement and mostly no story at all in the film.
Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke Review: Star Performances
Debutant Dev Goel in his fake accent tries his best work through the film by just flaunting his charm. But despite tolerable looks, the absence of acting skills doesn’t help his cause.
Adah Sharma is a marginal improvement from her male counterpart! With sufferable screen presence, she somehow manages to seem passable. With actors like Anupam Kher, Rati Agnihotri, Juhi Chawla and Sanjay Dutt making gracious on screen appearances, the film was definitely below their stature to feature in.
Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke Review: Direction, Music, Screenplay
Jyotin Goel has incurred my wrath for attempting to make a film at all. With no idea about movies, this venture dooms for his lack of vision, intelligence, and the basic value of logic. He fails to quantify it as anything generous. Neither a stable thriller nor a striking comedy, the film is a messy mosaic.
Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke Review: The Last Word
Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke at no cue gives you a reason to watch the film. Garnished with bizarre rococo nonsense, the film is a painful experience. Though veteran actors provide some pleasing benefits, overall the story blabbers on gibberish-ly not giving its audiences any respite from the baloney!
Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke Trailer
Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke released on 24th May, 2013.
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