'Super Nani' quick review

By Aparna Mudi | Last Updated: Nov 01, 2014, 00:33 AM IST
'Super Nani' quick review

Inspired by the Gujarati play 'Baa Ae Maari Boundary', 'Super Nani' stars Rekha as the lead.

Helmed by Indra Kumar, it is a story of a woman who has been wronged by her own family. Unfortunately, the movie fails to evoke too many emotions as the audience has hailed it as being extremely melodramatic like the Bollywood of the 80s.

Rekha, who plays Bharati Bhatia is taken for granted by her entire family, including her husband and her children. The rest of the story follows the change of perception by Bharati herself and how she overcomes her meek self into becoming an self reliant model who teaches a lesson to her family.

Her son and daughter snap at her for the smallest things, and her husband flirts with another woman while insulting Bharati. Once the NRI grandson – Mann (Sharman Joshi) returns, he changes how the family behaves by making Rekha believe in herself and changing her attitude as well as her family's

With a star cast that boasts of Anupam Kher, Randhir Kapoor and Rekha, the trailer boasts of a comic revenge a la old school Bollywood. The film is a typical family drama with a message to keep the family together.

The music of the movie has been composed by Harshit Saxena and Sanjeev Darshan.

Whether the movie will make a mark with the audience or not, only time will tell, but it has a lot to live up to in the age of newer scripts and technically better cinematography.

Watch the trailer of the movie here: