The latest offering from Bollywood is the Akshay Kumar starer Toilet: Ek Prem Katha. Released only yesterday, it is all over the Bollywood news. Does this love story have a social impact?
JustInReviews brings to you the review of this latest Bollywood release.
To begin with, Toilet: Ek Prem Katha is about secondary school dropout Keshav (Akshay Kumar), who handles his family’s cycle store. He is hitched to a buffalo by his Panditji father (Sudhir Pandey), who demands that the alignment of his stars isn’t alright. At the point when Keshav does in the end locate a human bride, the strong-willed Jaya Joshi, she urges him to consider building a pucca toilet in their home. She debilitates him with partying on the off chance that he doesn’t implement the idea.
The film harps time and again on women dignity, yet its depiction of the male hero’s quest for the heroine seems to excuse stalking. Keshav comes across Jaya outside a train toilet, builds up a crush on her and starts to chase her every now and then. At the point when the young lady confronts him, he conveniently fakes an absence of enthusiasm for her and erases her number from his phone and his own number from hers. Now, it’s the young lady’s turn to beg him.
Toilet: Ek Prem Katha is inspired from a genuine episode reported to be from Madhya Pradesh village a couple of years back, yet little that it offers through an insight seems to be true. A portion of the verbal exchanges are cringe commendable, the emotional minutes gratingly ear-splitting, and the solutions utterly facile.
The performances are sincere, if not excellent, with Akshay Kumar, making a decent attempt to look 36, driving the way. Bhumi Pednekar, in her second excursion after 2015’s super hit Dum Laga Ke Haisha, delivers out a refreshingly convincing college topper who turns into the primary catalyst for a smaller than usual unrest in a changeless village off the town of Mathura. Divyendu Sharma as the protagonist’s younger sibling additionally makes his screen presence felt.
All in all, if you are a fan of Khiladi Kumar, you can watch this film one time. That’s all we can say….