Filmmaker Luv Ranjan has launched very few actors, most of whom are Karthik Aryan. He cast her again and again and some of them also hit Bullseye at the box office. He also directed the producer with the 2018 super-hit flick, SONU KE TITU KI SWEETY. He did another hit film as DE DE PYAAR DE in 2019. In 2020, his banner Love Films will be released as 3 films, and the first to come out is JAI MUMMIN DI. It is a long-delayed film, but looks fresh and has an abundant Delhi flavor, giving it a chance to excel in North India. So is JAI MUMMY DI as entertaining as other Luv Ranjan films? Or does it fail to entice? Let us analyze.
JAI MUMMY DI is the story of two lovers whose mothers are enemies of each other. Delhi based engineering students, Puneet Khanna (Sunny Singh) and Sanjha Bhalla (Sonali Sayagall) are in love with each other. Sanjha offers to Puneet, but later declines. He too wants to settle down with Saanjh but is afraid of his mother. This is because Puneet’s mother Lali (Supriya Pathak) and Saanjh’s mother Pinky (Poonam Dhillon) hate each other very much. Interestingly, they were best friends at one point and, moreover, they live next to each other. But they cannot see each other. And Puneet is also afraid to break the news that he is in love with his ‘enemy’ daughter. Angry, Sanjha breaks off with Puneet. She starts searching for a suitable bridesmaid for marriage and also gets the approval of Dev (Bhuvan Arora). Their wedding is scheduled for 16 October at Noida’s Diamond Hall. When Puneet’s mother Lali comes to know that Pinky has managed to stop her daughter’s marriage, she is jealous. Not to stay behind, she quickly selects Puneet, a girl for Sakshi. What’s more, Puneet and Sakshi’s wedding was also decided on 16 October and that too in Diamond. Meanwhile, Puneet and Sanjh realize that they will be happy with each other, not with anyone else. Therefore, they think of ways to bring their mother along. When nothing works, they decide to get married and get married. What happens next makes the rest of the film.
Navjot Gulati’s story rests on the Weforthine plot. But it is a great idea and can be made for a great pastime. But Navjot Gulati’s screenplay spoils prominently. The film is presented with poorly written scenes and not-so-funny moments. Also, the flow of visuals is not smooth. Navjot Gulati’s dialogues also add negative impact. Except a few one-liners, not all of them have the desired effect.
Navjot Gulati’s direction is terrible. With the script, he had already made a mess, but he could cover it with his direction. Sadly, even his execution is very bad. The film never goes high or goes into the funny realm, which should be ideal. And it is indeed fortunate because this concept was promised to fulfill. And sadly the climax is a lot Thanda As expected some major collisions and eventual patch ups. The worst is reserved for the final scene and it completely takes the film down.
JAI MUMMY DI begins on a very strange note, to explain the enmity between the two women. The scene may look interesting on paper, but poorly translated on screen. song ‘Mummy Nu Pasand’ Interest increases but it goes downhill in no time. Some scenes are horrifying. For example, why Pinky also suits and shifts to Ghaziabad, that too next to Lali’s residence. The humor quotient in the film is very low and half of what it is does not work. Ideally, any other qualified director or writer would have shown the lovers to bring their mothers together to go to insane lengths and this causes insanity in the process. Here, lovers rarely do something of that sort. The intermission point tries to be dramatic but does not work. After Interval, the film keeps recurring and tests the audience’s patience. This is despite the runtime of 105 minutes. No one can wait for mothers to find the truth and correct it. In the end, it happens at the end but ideally, it should have taken the film to a higher level. But nothing of that sort happens. The most disappointing bit of the film though is why Lali and Pinky start fighting in the first place.
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Talking about performance, Sunny Singh suits this part. Their acting is nothing great, but they manage to pull through the role nicely. Sonali Seigal gets a glimpse of her acting. 2 in the Panchanam of Pyar , He was inspected by other actors. But here, the focus is mainly on her, especially in the first half, and she does just fine. Supriya Pathak and Poonam Dhillon are strictly fine. The shocking thing is that the film should ideally revolve around him, but he did not get the screen space he deserves. Rajendra Sethi (Trilochan Khanna) and Danish Hussain (Gurpal Bhalla) are nothing great. However Veer Rajwant Singh (Vineet) is good as Puneet’s brother. Alok Nath (Sanjog Luthra) is devastated. It is horrifying why he was in the film. Bhuvan Arora is the funniest part of the film. Actress playing the character of Sakhi passes away. Neeraj Sood (Jasbir Bhullar) is as good as ever. Nusrat Bharucha, Ishita Raj and Varun Sharma perform well but their cameo comes at a time when the audience is already exhausted from the film.
The lyrics are forgettable, except ‘Mummy Nu Pasand’, Which is attractive. ‘Manney Ignore Kar Rahi’ Comes immediately after this track and does not work. ‘Dariyaganj’, ‘Ishq Da Band’ And the title track does not even manage to register. ‘Lamborghini’ Is played in the end credits. Hitesh Sonic’s background score is entertaining, but it does not complement the visuals.
Sanket Shah’s cinematography and Tarpan Srivastava’s production design are appropriate. The costumes of Jiya Bhagia, Arun J Chauhan and Mallika Chauhan are appealing, especially worn by the lead actors in the film’s various wedding scenes. The editing of Dev Rao Jadhav and Chetan M Solanki is random on the go and not organic.
Overall, JAI MUMMY DI is a poor fare due to weak script, lazy direction and lack of humor. At the box office, it will not last long and there will be just a week window to score.