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Movie Review : Tanu Weds Manu

Pacemaker Tanu and Making of Pacemaker, Manu

After a long time it was elevated graph watch of bollywood for me. As the movie starts, grip of entertainment, full of dialogues and acting makes you at hype until last 30 minutes of movie, however fabulous character like Tanu and Manu, Jassi and Payal were simply awesome and bought an unexplored touch but it seems more influenced with Delhi 6 with the difference of Lucknow and Delhi. The songs, being a major part of Hindi cinema raised the audiences to movie, unlike Sheela, Munni and tinkuji, here it was “Jugni” and use of elements are very mature but story fails to develop a loving side of Madhavan, Manu, a london based, Pacemaker doctor as its teddy behavior are disliked by the common discussions.
On the other side, the position of today’s youth depicted in the character of Tanu was par excellence and the biggest problem focusing the bitter reality that youth fails to understand them only.
The plot of story at last is very sharply declining as director cannot befool the audiences and changing mentality of Tanu by merely tagging photos in her room can’t change the mind of Audiences and also story can’t be enjoyed like chewing gum of no stretchibility. In addition, the shorts of Court were not more than idiosyncrasy and every one knows the termination of Story.
The reason behind its appreciation is the catching of audiences in the sincere way by first half was cent percent successful by Director Anand L. Rai.
The character of Deepak, casting as Pappi was damn cool to make a gag and to spread peels of laughter but somewhere role of Jimmy Shergil is bit vague and type of infidelity.
Overall, it is one time watch, more or less like Delhi 6 and Jab we Met sort.

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Tanu Weds Manu
Category : Romance
Movie Title : Tanu Weds Manu
Director : Aanand Rai
Producer : Shailesh R. Singh, Vinod Bachchan, Surya Sonal Singh
Casts : R. Madhavan, Kangna Ranaut, Jimmy Shergill, Deepak Dobriyal, Eijaz Khan, Swara Bhaskar
Release Date : 25 Feb. 2011

Manu, a Doctor from London, is intelligent, temperate and belongs to a respectable family. He is the perfect groom which every parent wants for the daughter. Family pressure leads him to Kanpur to meet Tanu who's a smart, intelligent girl and does everything that her parents will disapprove. With a mind of her own and a love for rebellion, Tanu is dead against an arranged marriage.

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