Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye is not very good. Randeep Hooda is unintentionally funny. Raima Sen is lovely and touching as a troubled housewife
Maya (Raima Sen) got married with 18 years Vikram Singh (Arbaaz Khan) and now lives with him in New Delhi. They have a daughter named Priya (Eka Kumari Singh) and Maya cares lovingly for her husband. The turn has her her dream to become a singer finished speaking, she keeps as a maid and yet always find something to complain about. As Maya overheard him one evening on the phone during a conversation with his lover, she falls into a deep hole. From which they obtained only their dream man out - the musical, athletic and caring Jai (Randeep Hooda). Too bad he is an illusion. But he helps Maya to reorient in life and to regain self-confidence.
The previous documentary of Madhureeta Anand turned with her feature film debut a film which has not savored in India. Taran Adarsh, who knows the scene India's good, but the worst reviews writes for the website Bollywood Hungama beyond a second-grader-homework, thinks about. Why does the couple live apart Maya is a loving wife and self-sacrificing mother Nevertheless pimped her husband constantly. In what universe is supposed to be untrustworthy? Couples not even live apart are, often for a reason. And people who have to suspend all something that we do not have a dime a dozen. In addition, Vikram is having an affair, the devil knows how long already, and can subliminally wife feel his contempt. In my mind, a very realistic scenario. And the less we know the why, so much the better.
Taran continues Randeep Hooda is unintentionally funny. Really? Has the same film seen? The actor from D and Ru-Ba-Ru is intentionally funny. He is the ideal man, but at the same time a figure of fun. His movements, his facial expressions, his dialogues, his panels - everything is geared towards comedy. Who prized as the involuntary, which has a bang. Enough of scolding colleagues - because at one point Taran is right Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye is not very good. Not nearly as bad as him Indian reviewer, but nevertheless failed. Too bad, because in the project lies a pleasantly playful emancipation story of how they have been probably never seen in Indian cinema in the form. The first half of their marital problems and Mayas induce see Jai is even almost good.
But Anand go halfway out of ideas and they lose sight of their goal. The woman who has previously filmed for National Geographic and the BBC, throttles the narrative pace and takes an interest in the figures sag. We are waiting for Maya, it is her husband, and she makes the breakthrough as a musician - but that will take. And in the meantime neither particularly funny nor particularly enthralling. After all, the actors are committed to the cause. Raima Sen (Parineeta, Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd.) is about, is lovely and touching as a troubled housewife Randeep Hooda are playful the ideal man be tangential to overacting game is quite intentional. And Arbaaz Khan embodies the ultimate Passover.
To cut a half hour, in the second half focused and generally somewhat funny - then would be worth "Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye" more. And when even the mediocre music would be replaced by a great soundtrack, the tragicomedy had the makings of a tip. Unfortunately, it is not enough to dream in the present version. But the sound played, attractively filmed and act moderately, after all, not completely formulaic debut work is not nearly as bad as it had placed India critic community. Rather, it is a well-intentioned and well incipient film, which unfortunately does not realize its potential. With a bit of goodwill that would be enough for 2½ stars, but I remain even slightly below.
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