About Sui Dhaaga Movie
Story: Egged by his wife Mamta (Anushka Sharma), Mauji (Varun Dhawan) decided to ditch his old demanding bosses to start his own tailoring business.
But with his unscrupulous relatives and the lack of support, will his dream of turning into an entrepreneur become a reality? To know watch “Sui Dhaaga”.
Mauji responses to his daily struggles with the thought of “Sab badhiya hai,” for a mediocre existence. In them, is a commute-heavy job, bosses who just uses him for his personal errands and for his entertainment, a resentful father, an ailing mother and a marriage sans romance.
Even his wife has no time for love between household chores. Following a very realistic confrontational scene with his bosses, Mauji finally decides to quit his job and start something of his own.
Sui Dhaaga move is full of such daily simple conflicts and solutions that are seamlessly woven into the narrative.
The whole film “Sui Dhaaga” revolves around a few characters. in this film, whereas Varun Dhawan delivers an honest performance, nearly never going overboard, Anushka Sharma’s restraint is effortless.
Anushka Sharma’s lives the simple character, clad in a simple saree, sporting sindoor and least make up.
Together their romance is inconspicuous to the purpose of being non-existent, however, that doesn’t subtract from their partnership as a couple while fighting Challenges in life.
Among the supporting cast, Raghubir Yadav is spot on as a cynical father, taunting his son with sarcastic one-liners that may usually make you chuckle. however, the actor to look at out for is Abha Parmar, who plays Mauji’s mother.
She justifies every moment of her screen-time. She is lovely even when she’s doling out daily chores to her bahu from the hospital bed.
Director Sharat Katariya does take some cinematic liberties, however, there are enough real moments to move you.
In a winning first half, he successfully establishes his main characters and their issues. good usage of humour in dialogues ups the entertainment quotient, even when the going gets tough for the characters.
The narrative doesn’t get too preachy or predictable and the second half of the movie is simply convenient.
Also, while Mauji’s struggle for self-employment finds ample mention, there isn’t much to justify his excellence within the craft, except his failing inheritance.
However, these square measure minor patches within the overall cloth of the film that’s cut for diversion.
Sui Dhaaga is seamed beside robust performances and moments that tell a convincing story.
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