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Jayeshbhai Jordaar Review: Ranveer Singh’s funny, funny one time watch with social messages

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Ranveer Singh’s latest screen outing proves his versatility once again. Like joining a myriad of releases band baaja procession, robber And Padmavati his latest release is Jayeshbhai Jordar, Directed by debutant director Divyang Thakkar, YRF50’s special outing, a family entertainer based on a social issue, hit the theaters on Friday, 13th.

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With an ample amount of humour, a modest run-time and Ranveer Singh’s powerhouse of talent, it could easily be on your watch list this weekend.

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The film begins with Ranveer Singh playing the titular character of Jayesh and his wife Mudra, played by debutant Shalini Pandey expecting a child. Being the son of the village sarpanch, Jayesh nods to everything his father says.

From banning scented soaps that apparently cause drunken men to misbehave with girls, to 6 pregnancies of his wife hoping for a son, Jayesh is constantly on his thoughts and what is expected of him, struggles between

When his wife Mudra is told that this might be his last chance to have children, Jayesh is secretly told by the doctor that the couple is expecting another girl.

Determined to keep his unborn daughter alive, Jayesh sets out on a path to save his wife from her parents, which highlights the issue of malpractices and female feticide with comedy.

Director Divyang Thakkar has kept the film short with a runtime of 2 hours 6 minutes. With just one theme song and another at the end of the film, there is no unnecessary song or dance bursting out of nowhere. His characters are believable and his dialogues will resonate with real-life speeches that you may have heard around you.

The humor is authentic and nowhere in the film will you see anyone saying long and heavy monologues. And that is the USP of the film. It is kept real and to the point.

Though, there is nothing new in the film and it is very predictable for the second half, the humor of the cast and writer of the film come to the rescue. The story is weak and no surprise element appears to keep you hooked.

Ranveer Singh is coming in Man of the Hour. Well, don’t let her fashion choices fool you or blur your vision. Ranveer is once again in full form and mesmerizes you with the emotional depth of his character and his comic timing. He is spontaneous, convincing and plays his part with his Gujarati accent.

Shalini Pandey as Mudra is decent and shines her moments.

Boman Irani played his role as the Sarpanch of the village. Be it the emotional bits or the intense drama sequences, the veteran is definitely an asset to the film.

Ratna Pathak Shah and Puneet Issar have also done well but are not given much to do except a few scenes here and there.

Jayeshbhai Jordar Makes for a fun, light-hearted outright watch. For Ranveer Singh fans, you definitely won’t be disappointed as he is once again the star of the show and undoubtedly, the best part of this film.

Jayeshbhai Jordaar is now streaming in theaters near you.

Also read: Sarkaru Vari Paata Review: Mahesh Babu’s latest film is a great entertainer

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