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Mard ko dard nahi hota Review: A concoction of action comedy with some drama

Cast: Abhimanyu Dassani, Radhika Madan, Gulshan Devaiah, Mahesh Manjrekar, Jimit Trivedi

Director: Vasan Bala


Mard ko dard nahi hota directed by Vasan Bala is a refreshing take on action comedy film. The story follows a young man who has a rare condition called Congenital insensitivity to pain where he doesn’t feel any pain. The story line of the film is to fulfil your dreams no matter what circumstances you have to face. The concept of the film is showcased beautifully.

Movie is shown in flashback where the lead tells his story to the audience. The lead, Surya who is Abhimanyu Dassani face a life threatening rare disease wherein he cannot feel any pain. He has grownup watching action movies and gets inspired to become an action hero. Surya’s grandfather (Mahesh Manjrekar) supports him every time. The movie revolves around the actor Abhimanyu and his dream to meet his master of 100 man kumite and to be an action hero. With time he meets his childhood best friend Supri (Radhika Madan) who learns karate from the master. The film has unexpected plot twists. Movie creates a certain atmosphere of fun and action which holds the audience till the end.

The star son of Bhagyashree – Abhimanyu Dassani gave exceptional performance being a newcomer. His debut role of Surya is absolutely remarkable. Radhika Madan (Supri) is just outstanding in the film. She does a very good job as a karate girl. Mahesh Manjrekar who is the grandfather of Surya played superb supporting role. The film would have been incomplete without him. Jimit Trivedi played the role of Surya’s (Abhimanyu) dad. His role is not much frequent but he did well on his part. The most complex played character is that of Gulshan Devaiah who played double role as karate master Mani and his brother Jimmy. His acting was surprising that he made his mark on both the characters. Mard ko Dard nahi hota is a film full of wonderful characters.

Vasan Bala showcased the concept of the film in a perfect manner. The direction is just superb and makes the movie more interesting. All the action scene shots were good. Coming to dialogues, they were convincing and realistic. The music underlines a mood and depicts a character’s emotion. The music and songs supports the plot very well.

Cinespeaks Verdict: Mard ko Dard nahi Hota is a film that will change the way you think about a person who cannot feel pain. This movie is a one time watch because it has been stretched a lot than it should be. The film has amazing actors and Abhimanyu had an impressive debut.

Cinespeaks gives 3.5 stars

By Rupal Purohit

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