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Sharmaji Namkeen – Movie Review & Rating

Sharmaji Namkeen – Movie Review

Sharmaji Namkeen
– Movie Review & Rating

  • Released Date – 31 March 2022
  • Released Language – Hindi
  • Watch Time - 2 Hr 21 mins
  • Movie Type – Drama, Thriller
  • Average User Rating – 3/5

Sharmaji Namkeen Movie – Star Cast

Rishi Kapoor, Paresh Rawal, Juhi Chawla, Satish Kaushik, Suhail Nayyar, Taruk Raina,, Sheeba Chadha, and Seema Talwar

Director: Hitesh Bhatia

Sharmaji Namkeen Movie Story

The film 'Sharmaji Namkeen' has a different place in the films and web series released or released this week. The emotional bond that the audience of Hindi cinema is building with this film, may not be made with the web series 'Moon Night', Hindi film 'Attack Part One' and Hollywood film 'Morbius'. 

You have already read the review of the first episode of the web series 'Moon Night' on 'Amar'. If 'Attack Part One' and 'Morbius' are releasing on April 1, read the review of the film 'Sharmaji Namkeen' before that.

Sharmaji Namkeen Movie Review:

Rishi Kapoor has taught Hindi cinema to be different. His films have had a different aura of their own. Millions of people have been crazy about his smile. The new generation knew him as the father of actor Ranbir Kapoor and interacted with Rishi Kapoor for years. For people like us, Rishi Kapoor was an artist who was always available to communicate with his fans. 

Ranbir Kapoor may have conditioned to talk only to English news channels for the promotion of his father's last film 'Sharmaji Namkeen', but Rishi Kapoor always forgave Ranbir's naughtiness and asked Hindi media on his behalf when needed. Also apologized. Well, these things are a thing of the past and the people of Hindi cinema do not care much about them. 

Rishi Kapoor's last film 'Sharmaji Namkeen' is in front of his fans. While watching the film, you remember Rishi Kapoor's previous films 'Rajma Chawal' and 'Do Dooni Chaar', but this film must be seen for Rishi Kapoor's last acting in front of the camera, it is also important to watch it because The warmth that actor Paresh Rawal has put in the film is commendable.

Review and Acting

The film 'Sharmaji Namkeen' is the story of a retired person who still does not consider himself a retiree. He has a taste of life. He does not want to live a life like plain dal. The people of the house do not listen to him, he is the temper of his own tune. Friends recommend. He binds intentions. 

As the number of elderly people is increasing in the country, it has become very important to make such stories, in which people who are above 60 are not considered as a burden on the family. Rishi Kapoor has caught the exact opposite tone of his film '102 Not Out' with Amitabh Bachchan here. 

Sharma ji takes the lead in cooking for kitty parties. They themselves salt their monotonous life. The film 'Sharmaji Namkeen' is the story of giving a perspective to life and it is also necessary to praise this story because it is different from the ordinary films of Hindi films and it has raised the spirits of Hitesh Bhatia, who entered the film direction for the first time.

Role acting effective

For Hitesh Bhatia as a director, 'Sharmaji Namkeen' is a film that he would like to keep from his heart throughout his career. He also made this film from the heart. Wherever there is confusion in the film, it is because he is neither putting tricks to make the film a commercial success nor his mind could convince him to do or believe something for which producers these days are worried. 

They found two new-age thinking producers in Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar and the film 'Sharmaji Namkeen' is the result of the same team's guts, courage and the spirit of never giving up. The ease with which Hitesh has done the same role with Paresh Rawal after the death of Rishi Kapoor is commendable.

It makes me emotional to see actor Rishi Kapoor in his last film. I kept in touch with him till the last days of his illness and he never showed pride or tantrums in being a superstar or being the father of a superstar. His spontaneity has been in his acting as well. He was meant for the camera only. 

His acting in the film 'Sharmaji Namkeen' seems like this, it is just flowing. Artists around him often find it difficult to cope with his spontaneity. His scenes with Taruk are especially remembered among the actors who became his son in the film. Taruk is a coming-of-age actor and he has the ability to play his character without any other actors coming in the aura. 

Juhi Chawla's presence in the film awakens the excitement. That is the fragrance of Sharmaji's taste. Sheeba Chaddha and Satish Kaushik have given a good helping hand in cultivating the story.

Films like the film 'Sharmaji Namkeen' will now be able to release in theatres, it does not seem likely. The age no longer wants to go to the cinema to see Akshay Kumar in films like 'Atrangi Re' or 'Mission Cinderella'. 

He wants to see something strange, but such that it is not just in name. In this regard, the view of the technical team of the film 'Sharmaji Namkeen' is clear from the beginning that they are making a film about the taste of life. 

Shoshebaazi is not the DNA of this film. Piyush's camera travels and succeeds throughout the film by cultivating the DNA of life's vivacity. It was definitely expected from Bodhaditya Banerjee that he would keep the length of this film short to watch it on OTT. 

The film of two hours 39 minutes is long in terms of OTT. Another bright side of the film is its music. Sneha Khanvilkar has handled this front very well.

And, while walking, there is mention of Paresh Rawal. The absence of mention of him in the middle review is the victory of his being in this film. He is Sharmaji and also Namkeen. 

After the passing of one artist in the middle of the film, it is difficult to imagine that the other artist can be in such harmony with the energy of the other without awakening any aura of his own. 

But, Paresh Rawal is therefore Paresh Rawal. His cinematic avatar will also be remembered by people for many years.

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