Cast: Prabhudheva, Tamannaah Bhatia, Sonu Sood
Direction: A.L. Vijay
Duration: 2 hours 18 minutes
‘Tutak Tutak Tutiya‘ which is directed by a South filmmaker Vijay and produced by Sonu Sood released yesterday and we had little expectations from the movie which was pitted against Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s ‘Mirzya’. But, to our surprise, the movie turned out to be better than we expected. In terms of entertainment quotient, this light-hearted comedy of errors is a horror comedy that will tickle your funny bone.
The story revolves around a 34 year old unmarried man Krishna (Prabhudheva) who works as an executive in Mumbai. His dream is to marry a girl who is modern and beautiful. But, fate plays spoilsport as he ends up marrying a village woman Devi (Tamannaah Bhatia) in Coimbatore, owing to family pressure. He returns to Mumbai with his wife but doesn’t reveal to his office colleagues about his marriage as he is not too happy about it. Slowly, he discovers that his wife is behaving weirdly and realizes that her body is possessed by a ghost called Ruby who used to stay in their rented apartment before. Ruby’s unfulfilled dream of becoming an actress is realized by Devi and here comes Sonu Sood as Raj Khanna, a superstar. He is mesmerized by Devi or we could say Ruby’s dance and beauty and offers her the lead role in his movie and ends up falling for her. This leads to a lot of chaotic and hilarious situations for Krishna who wants the ghost to leave his wife’s body. The steps he takes towards resolving these messy yet funny situations is what the story is about.
Prabhudheva struggles in the beginning but soon catches up and is good with his comic timing. Tamannaah is beautiful and delivers a nice performance with ease. Sonu Sood has nothing new to offer, besides flaunting his chiselled body and trying his best to emote. There were special appearances by two sexy actresses, Amy Jackson and Esha Gupta. Farah Khan too had a guest appearance in the movie.
Talking about the music, Sajid Wajid have given us groovy tracks like ‘Chal Maar’. Even, the title track and ‘Rail Gaddi’ tracks that are rehashed from Punjabi tracks are upbeat and set the dance mood. Dialogues are situational and funny that helps the otherwise predictable plot. The movie is an entertainer but a simple and predictable story-line is where the plot loses its sheen.
Go for the movie if you want to have a good time without thinking too much about the impact of the movie.
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