Tumhari Sullu (2017) is the story of an ordinary homemaker, who due to sheer will-power, rises above all negativity and criticism, to achieve her ambition. So, here’s Tumhari Sullu (2017) – A Complete Analysis for you.
Tumhari Sullu (2017) – A Complete Analysis
- Guru Randhawa’s voice does not suit Ashok’s (Manav Kaul) age and personality, in Ban ja Rani… It is too weak.
- Hawa Hawai 2.0… has been carelessly choreographed and the dancers have not given justice to the original singer and performer.
- Sullu (Vidhya Balan) applies moisturizer to her hands at night. In that social class, one cannot afford a moisturizer and very few people care about their beauty. They also do not apply a moisturizer like Vidhya Balan, who is experienced in it, does.
- The music team should have been one, instead of the songs being distributed to many music composers and lyricists. This would have brought out the essence of the story better.
- While this is one of the movies closer to real-life made in recent times, the attempt falls flat as far as the songs are concerned. Rather than saying that the songs are not up to the mark or misplaced, I would say that the songs have not been performed onscreen as the songs deserve. This is the case in almost all songs made in today’s times.
- Some songs are particularly about the female protagonist and her situation. Male singers can very rarely bring out feelings in such movie-situations. For example, Mera jeevan kora kagaz… Kora Kagaz (1974) and Mera jeevan kuch kaam na aaya… Mera Jeevan (1976) both sung by Kishore Kumar.
- There could have been more songs highlighting the life of the failed entrepreneur-cum-RJ.
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