While the title track remains catchy and makes you want to reach for the shot, what happened to Mickey McClearys music? It falls disappointingly short. The cinematography team has brought together Mumbai in some awesome drone photography.
Four More Shots Please! Season 2 is a women centric series that tries to cover a lot of points that were on Twitter in 2019. But the series still makes you happier to see Damini, Anjana, Siddhi and Umang together who are adamant in keeping the negativity out of their world no matter what.
I am not disappointed by Ujda Chaman, the reason is simple: I knew it was going to be a decent one-time watch movie. And, it is a good one time watch stuff anyway. Now coming to the sensitive topic of baldness that this movie portrays. I feel that Abhishek Pathak ruined a good opportunity to make a name for himself. The film goes overboard at places where students are seeing disdainfully teasing their teacher. I have never heard or seen such an incident in my whole life! So, I suggest you take Ujda Chaman’s story with a grain of salt. It feels closer to real-life at the start but as the predictive and monotonous plot moves forward the narrative becomes unrealistic. However, one thing that remains consistent is laughter.
It would have been great on the part of the director to show better character development. The monologue at the end too feels unconvincing; you can’t just change youngsters by giving a 2-minute speech. I am giving Ujda Chaman 7 out 10 for Sunny Singh and entertaining consistent comic punches.
Explicit language and content. No abuse though. Being compared to Sex and the City and Veere Di Wedding but in a world where friendships mean the world. This theme will never go out of style.9/10 To Mumbai and its millennial youth…Their lives, lifestyles, careers and choices.