It seems that as if Govinda Naam Mera brings back the epoch of cheesy entertainers, the David Dhawan-Govinda combination carried the usual raunchy romance and flirty humor.
Despite the many entries this year such as Darlings, Good Luck Jerry and An Action Hero,none of the movies was as bland as the film – Govinda Naam Mera.
Shashank Khaitan, the director behind movies such as Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania, Badrinath Ki Dulhania and Dhadak, makes the blunder of curating a bland film, besides having many skilful actors as his crew.
Although slapstick comedy is not Vicky Kaushal’s forte, he is committed to the role and delivers a fair enough task. Kiara’s energy is rejuvenating. Despite the short role, Bhumi Pednekar is saucy and sassy. Her acting for the role comes effortlessly and naturally.
The crowd looks like it was set up for some fun, but ends up as a disaster as time goes on. Govinda ( Vicky Kaushal) is a wannabe choreographer, who is caught between his dominating wife Gauri (Bhumi Pednekar) and equally demanding girlfriend Suku (Kiara Advani ), not to mention his lawyer friend (Amey Wagh)
Govind’s flat is broke and in debt, and his only reassurance is the potential sale of the golden goose. Meanwhile, Crime Patrol fan, Manju Bai (Tripti) is keeping a suspicious eye on the happenings.
An equally determined mother-son duo is also after the prize. And it really is not a property feud, if there is not a shrewd builder with his hopes high on the money as well. We have a crooked cop (Dayanand Shetty) and a businessman mostly seen in negligees (Savvaji Shinde) with his boy (Jeeva) who bring some cheapskate villainy to the entire show. We have a weird insurance guy (Viraj Ghelani) who knows a lucrative policy. Amidst all this, bam, there is a dead body. Who might be the killer?
The film could offer so much more, but instead it feels tedious almost immediately after it starts. Neither the dialogues, nor the storyline, not even the songs are memorable.
Leave about the entire film.
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