Akshay Oberoi looks average and acts well in his debut film. Sandeepa Dhar makes an ordinary debut. She needs to work hard on her expressions to make a mark. Mohnish Bahl does well. Prachee Shah Pandya is quite good. Shagufta Ali acts ably. Aditya Raj Kapoor does not impress. Veebha Anand (as Nupur), Akash Bhatija (as Sumo), Neha Kakkar (as Sam), Samaira Rao (as Val), Suyesha Savant (as Aksy), Moin Khan (as Tintin), Rahul Kalra (as Pari), Deepak Ramola (as Mental), Ayush Mehra (as Sunil), Tasha Kapoor (as Shonali), Mansee Deshmukh (as Rhea), Vineeta Agarwal (as Shubha), Rajesh Balwani (as Mukul), Dilip Raj (as Swamiji), Deepika Amin (as Meenak), Abhijit V. Bhor (as Principal Abhyankar), Sumeet Lakhotia (as Prof. Mukherjee), Vijai S. Pande (as Harish Kaka) and Siddharth Dhanda (as bridegroom) lend ordinary support. Poonam Gulati (as Neeta Khandelwal) is ordinary. Suhasini Mulay, Gajendra Chauhan and Madhur Arora (as Chandramohan Khandelwal) are okay. Salman Khan, in a tiny guest appearance, adds star value.
Direction and Music
Vidhi Kasliwal’s direction is immature. She needs to understand that a romantic drama without heartwarming scenes and a family drama without emotions are like monsoon without rains. Music (by Meet Bros. Anjjan) is about the only good point in the film. Isi umar mein and Ramji ka naam lena 24 x 7 are very well-tuned numbers. Choreography of the Tere pyar mein song (Terence Lewis) is very nice. Manoj Muntashir’s lyrics are quite interesting. Aviram Mishra’s camerawork is alright. Editing (Abhay S. Pandey) is average.
The Last Word
On the whole, Isi Life Mein…! is a dull fare which fails to entertain.