Milan Talkies Mid Movie Review: Tigmanshu Dhulia's desi romantic drama is predictable but a fun ride

Tigmanshu Dhulia had promised that the film will be a fresh love story, but he failed to deliver it as Milan Talkies is a predictable one but it does keep you hooked on to it.
Milan Talkies Mid Movie Review: Tigmanshu Dhulia's desi romantic drama is predictable but a fun rideMilan Talkies Mid Movie Review: Tigmanshu Dhulia's desi romantic drama is predictable but a fun ride
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Director Tigmanshu Dhulia, who earlier directed movies such as Haasil, Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster and Paan Singh Tomar, is back with a romantic drama starring Ali Fazal and Shraddha Shrinath. He has tried to do something different from his canon with old world charm single-screen cinema. 
 
Dhulia had promised that the film will be a fresh love story, but he failed to deliver it as it is a predictable one but it does keep you hooked on to it. 
 
The movie opens with dialogues from famous movies and soon establishes Ali Fazal's role as a budding and ambitious director from a small town. On the other hand, Shraddha who marks her Bollywood debut plays the role of girl-next-door who has local goons as her relatives. 
 
While Sikander Kher who is playing the main antagonist in the film fares well, he is matched by Ashutosh Rana's impeccable acting who plays Shraddha's pandit father. 
Ali Fazal and his gang which includes Sanjay Mishra provides the film's brighter moments. Talking about the comedic respites, they will actually make you chuckle. All in all the first half is entertaining and breezy. 

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