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#TitooMBA (Hindi) Rating: * * ½ A fairly decent romantic drama with peppy and pretty performances supported ably by some excellent Punjabi-folk-Rap-pop fusion dance music.The script is a little shaky and the treatment a little too long drawn though… #AmitVats #NishantDahiya #PragyaaJaiswal #PujaBalluta #BeatrixEntertainment #KapilBatraProductions #RajanBatra #MayankPatel
Hindi film Review
Shored-up by a Peppy Score!
Film: Titoo MBA
Cast: Nishant Dahiya ,Pragya Jaiswal, Abhishek Kumar
Director: Amit Vats
Rating: * * ½
Amit Vats’ attempt to fashion a modern love story set in Chandigarh, is interesting if not completely entertaining. Titoo a.k.a Takhat Singh Gill(Nishant Dahiya) is a wannabe businessman who sees more failure than success in his numerous ventures at striking it rich. As a result he has a huge debt to repay. His parents are trying to get him married and act responsibly and he does cue-in on an attractive athletic Jalandhar based girl , Gulshan Kaur(Pragyaa Jaiswal)who has many sporting accolades in her kitty and who now, works as the hockey coach of a local school. The two families meet, and the marriage is solemnized soon enough. Then comes the twist. Titoo steals out of his bedroom every night and has assignations with single lonely women. And this comes to light through Shanty( Abhishek Kumar) who had his sights set on Gulshan for a life partner. Gulshan is made aware of her husband’s nightly shenanigans and she seeks a divorce.
The true nature of the rift is revealed during their individual meetings with their respective lawyers, which takes-up most of the second half of the narration. The revelation is not surprising as such but the intent surely must have been there. The script goes a little wayward in setting-up the contretemps between the couple and invariable it does appear like the subplots are of more interest and engagement as compared to the main storyline. Director Amit Vats does manage to make it all appear interesting but the interest generated in the first hour is frittered away in meaningless dialogues and lengthy procrastinations. The performances of the three leads Nishant, Pragya, Abhishek, and the supporting cast is worthy of praise. The peppy folk-rap-pop fusion music by newbie Arjuna Harjai, is the scene stealer here. It manages to infuse energy and pep even when the narrative flags disastrously. Harjai’s excellent score in fact makes this experience somewhat close to bearable!