Film: Jayeshbhai Jordar
the director: Divyang Thakkar
Star Cast: Ranveer Singh, Shalini Pandey, Boman Irani, Zia Vaidya and Ratna Pathak Shah
Ranveer Singh & Shalini Pandey Starrer Jayeshbhai Jordaar movie review: The movie ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar’ opens with Jayeshbhai Patel (Ranveer Singh) and Mudra Patel (Shalini Pandey), who are under pressure from their parents (Boman Irani and Ratna Pathak Shah). Those who want Jayeshbhai to be Mudra’s son. Jayesh- Mudra already has a 9 year old daughter Siddhi (Jiya Vaidya). Ranveer’s father Boman is also the sarpanch of the village. The story progresses and it is revealed that Mudra will have a daughter again, so Jayesh runs away from the house with a vigorous plan. After this, in the story, there is a running race between Jayeshbhai and his villagers. The film has some cheap twists that can be easily guessed, while there are many dialogues packed with drama.
The film Jayeshbhai Jordaar gives a strong message of ‘Save Beti’, but there is nothing in the film which has not been seen before. The TV show ‘Na Aana Is Des Laado’ was telecasted about 3 years ago, which had a good impact, that too without any frivolous jokes. A story of the film is also shown in Ladopur village of Haryana, where there are only wrestlers, whose leader is played by Puneet Issar. The birth of a girl child is celebrated in this village.
Talking about the director of the film, Divyang Thakkar, he has also written the story of the film and while watching the film, it feels like sometimes he forgets what he wants to show. In the film, there has been a mess in the affair of showing not one but many things. The first part of the film is quite sluggish and loose in terms of story and screenplay. In the second half of the film, you wake up a little desire to know what will happen next.
Let us tell you that Ranveer Singh is once again seen with full energy in the film, which would have been better if it had been a little less according to the subject of the film. He looks funny, gets emotional and then matures, which is good for the character. Seeing Ranveer in the film many times Jethalal of ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ is also remembered. Apart from Ranveer Singh, Shalini Pandey has done justice to her character and is fit. Apart from these two, Boman Irani and Ratna Pathak Shah have done a great job. Amidst all this, child actress Jiya Vaidya has done a great job. His work in the film is commendable.
Overall, Jayeshbhai Jordaar is a decent film but the film probably does not leave a mark on the hearts and minds of the audience. Seeing the film, it is also not understood that why the film has been shown in Gujarat only, but it could have been the story of Rajasthan or Uttar Pradesh also. Perhaps the director must have thought that Ranveer could win the hearts of the audience in a Gujarati avatar.