Comedy, Romance, Drama,
09 Dec 2016
Tu Bold Mee Cold Movie Review | ANUP BELWALKAR, SEVA MORE, SIDDHARTH SHAH
- Producer: Rahul Pathak
- Director: Rahul Pathak
- Star Cast: ANUP BELWALKAR, SEVA MORE, SIDDHARTH SHAH
- Story :Rahul Pathak
- Screenplay & Dilogues : Rahul Pathak
- Music : Aishwarya Malgave
- Lyrics : Raviraj Powar
- Cinematography (DOP) : Jahangir Sayed
- Editor : Upendra Vikram
Story: Siblings Ravi and Manoj are completely unlike each other. While Manoj is the ‘bold’ flirt, Ravi is the ‘cold’ shy guy. But after shifting to Mumbai, the shy Ravi manages to win the heart of a very attractive Tina. But she turns out to be a girl not interested in long-term relationships and breaks the heart of Ravi. She then manages to catch Manoj in her net which causes further complications to the life of both Ravi and Manoj
Like: Absolutely nothing.
Dislike: The laughably bad acting; pathetic screenplay; poor direction – basically everything!
Screenplay: What was Mr. Rahul Pathak even thinking when he wrote this screenplay? The story is devoid of any logic. The motivations of the characters are puzzling. The film is so full of poorly written scenes that you feel like extracting your own toe-nail. And let’s not even start talking about the cringe-worthy dialogues. No wonder, Mr. Rahul Pathak himself produced the film!
Direction: Well, the scenes are so staged so amateurishly that you wonder what gave the director confidence to even go ahead with the film. There is not a single scene that catches your attention. The direction is absolutely hopeless!
Star Performances: The actor Siddharth Shah who plays the character Manoj gets on your nerves from the very first scene. Anup Belwalkar is amateurish. None of the actors put up even a watchable performance.
Camerawork: The cinematography is very dull.
Editing: There is certainly a problem with the pacing of the film in the first half. For a long time the film goes nowhere.
Overall: Tu Bold Mee Cold is more like an indulgent project of a good for nothing director. No wonder he has himself produced it. The film has absolutely nothing in it worth a recommendation!