Film : What The Fish

Cast: Dimple Kapadia, Sumit Suri, Anand Tiwari

Director: Gurmmeet  Singh

Story Line: Sudha Mishra (Maasiji) who is a 67 years old, divorced and cranky woman who prefers to live in the present. She has to leave her home in Vasant Kunj, New Delhi and needs to ensure that her gold fish and money plant are taken care of well. She decides to hand over the responsibility of her house to her niece Sumit( Sumit Suri), although she does not quite like Sumit.

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At the end of the holiday when Sudha reaches her house, she starts inspecting her home with detective accuracy. She finds her money plant and gold fish in perfect condition. As she opens her bedroom door she is taken aback by a woman rushing past her. She understands that Sumit has broken all the rules set by her. Surprised over that, she tries to know what exactly happened after she left.

Movie Review: The USP of the film is Dimple Kapadia as she gives flesh and blood to the character of Sudha. Dimple is so perfect in that role, no one can say that it is the first time this veteran actress is essaying a comic character. Director Gurmmeet  Singh has done full justice with the film. In spite of being a small budget film, it has all the elements to pull the crowd. As the spotlight is on Dimple Kapadia, little overacting by junior artists in some scene is negligible.

On the whole, What the Fish is a ‘paisa wasool’ one time watch comedy movie which will obviously tickle your funny bones.

(JPN/inextlive)

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