After Pyaar Ka Punchnama and Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, Sunny Singh is here to entertain his fans once again with another project, Ujda Chaman.
The film, a remake of the 2017 Kannada sleeper hit Ondu Motteya Kathe, tells the story of a young lecturer in Delhi suffering from premature balding. When an astrologer mandates that he must get married by 30 or else remain a bachelor forever, he starts looking out for the perfect bride.
The movie has finally hit the screens for people to watch and judge if it conveys the message loud and clear or not. Well, the critics have been ridiculing the movie and have mentioned that it's a half-baked movie with less humour in place.
However, the audience has been giving a mixed response to the movie. There are some who have bashed the movie left, right and centre, calling it a flop movie which is a waste of time.
#UjdaChaman is tad and boring affair which got flummoxed under the debris of poorly written screenplay . It is unlike its trailer where majority of fun elements have been shown just to whet the appetite of cinegoers , this will be sure shot flop !
Ujda chaman poor hai isko screen kyu diye @foxstarhindi— Sandip Khiladi HF4 (@KhiladiSandip) November 1, 2019
But, there are also some who have praised the movie for its jokes and performance by the lead actor, Sunny Singh.
Go & Watch #UjdaChaman :)— I A K (@its_IAK) November 1, 2019
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Goes without saying that people are now in a double-mind situation, as critics are bashing the movie but the audience seems to be loving it. Talk about a pickle.
Critics are ridiculing #UjdaChaman but those who have watched it are praising it immensely. Whom to trust...— Nimit (@nimitarora1991) November 1, 2019
One of the Twitter users said that people should consider the fact that the original movie is much better than the remake.
#UjdaChaman - A loud & intentional comedy ruining a rare & thoughtful sub officially adapted from a brilliant original.
Frankly its sad that many sincere cinema lovers will watch this first ignoring the far superior & thought provoking orig Kannada film.
Well, we would still suggest that you watch the movie on the big screen first, because everyone is entitled to their own opinions.
Talking about his character, Sunny in an interview said, “The bottom line of my character is that he is under-confident. He hesitates before talking to anyone. He is embarrassed about his hair, because of which he is not getting a girl. We had to crack the minute details of a person like that — how he reacts to a situation, how he deals with his students, and so on. Thankfully, we had a young team working on the film, including our writer (Danish J Singh). They helped me pull off the part convincingly.”
Watch the trailer here:
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