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Movie Review: Sui Dhaga Made in India: Sharat Kataria’s innovative direction stitches the gap between reel and real universe and reflects the value of artisans in a fantastic manner!

Cast: Varun Dhawan, Anushka Sharma, Raghubir Yadav.
Director: Sharat Kataria
Producer: Aditya Chopra
Rating:

Sui Dhaga Made in India stitches the gap between reel and real world by displaying the reality of a common man who struggles in and out to achieve the daily bread. Mauji (Varun Dhawan) is a positive character who will gulp in all the problems and will stay calm and composed. He is in a loveless relationship with his wife Mamta (Anushka Sharma) who is extremely busy with the daily chores ordered by her in-laws. They’ve no time to spare with each other except the few short
communications in between.

Mauji works in a weavers shop, taking forward the legacy of his forefathers of getting involved in the profession of weaving. He does all the entertainer jobs to satisfy his boss. Mamta gets emotionally depressed when she comes across the fact that her husband is loosing his dignity. She eggs him to start his own business of weaving. The idea seems acceptable to Mauji and he decides to start-up his own business. The twosome strives to push their way out of the trough as Mauji gathers the courage to branch out and tap into his inherited tailoring chops. The rest of the journey is full of hurdles but eventually the success has been granted.

Sharat Kataria’s Sui Dhaga Made in India promotes several messages. Firstly it conveys the message of not giving up in the worst situation, the spirit of keeping up will surely make success kiss your footsteps. Secondly, it show’s the sweet and innocent relationship of husband and wife, a loveless relationship can fetch a good startup to the career of her partner. The most interesting part could be the performance of the stars. There are several memes which boosted the free promotion process of the film, the expressions look lively and real. Both Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma team up to deliver a watchable performance. The trailer received great response, and the film isn’t disappointing. The message of Made in India is conveyed in a systematic way, also the value of artisans and workers has been clarified. The film reflects the true value of the workers who do not have that earnable job to fulfill our day-to-day needs. Our honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced the mission, Made in India which mentions that all the products which are created in India will be sold with the tag of Made in India instead of any other countries name. The film is a really good watch.

Sharat Kataria picks up such an innovation concept and justifies it in a promising manner. There are no such errors which comes into attention. The film may look bit stretched out or not so entertaining but it is an informative watch. Besides the lead, Raghubir Yadav who plays the role of Mauji’s exasperated father, a superannuated government peon, frets over his son’s floundering ways, but there is little on the horizon that could spur Mauji into life altering action. His role is never the less, he has a pivotal task to play, and nails it to the depth.

Cinespeaks Verdict: The film promotes the message of never giving up spirit. It is the film which shows the importance of introduction of Made in India by our honorable Prime Minister. Varun-Anushka duo will plunder your attention, make you laugh and giggle. Sharat Kataria, the director which gave several hits like Dum Laga Ke Haisha, does the prominent job by directing this film, it’s undoubtedly a great watch!

Cinespeaks gives 4 stars to the film.

Written by: Aakash Gala

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