MOVIE REVIEW : ROOHI - Rajkumar Rao and Jhanvi Kapoor

  CAST AND CREW: ACTOR: Rajkumar Rao Jhanvi Kapoor Varun Sharma DIRECTOR: Hardik Mehta PRODUCER: Dinesh Vijayan...




  • Rajkumar Rao
  • Jhanvi Kapoor
  • Varun Sharma


  • Hardik Mehta


  • Dinesh Vijayan
  • Mrighdeep Singh Lamba


Under uncommon conditions, Bhaura Pandey (Rajkummar Rao) and Kattanni Qureshi (Varun Sharma) have been stuck with Roohi (Janhvi Kapoor). She makes it appear to become a basic, modest, lovely girl, but those who eventually find that she does have a "ghostly" aspect to her character, Afza, Bhaura sympathizes with Roohi, while Kattanni finds love with Afza. With a peculiar love story working to develop between both the three, Bhaura desires to get rid of Afza, so although Kattani prefers to maintain her survival, how can he romance her? Their unreasonable attempts to fix their own dilemma land them in strange, but amusing, situations with strange characters. What happens next is the story's pivot point.


For many decades, Indian cinema managed to avoid the film. However, it seems to have captivated the attention of directors and producers in recent years. In Roohi, filmmaker Hardik Mehta attempts to mix the two styles of music and achieves to a great extent. In the movie, the three central characters – Rajkummar, Varun, and Janhvi – are all in excellent form and supplement each other's performances. Rajkummar tries to pull off another role in which he plays a young person with dyed hair and a dorky smile. Though his character is similar to his position in Stree, he makes this one stand out by using distinct affectations and body language. And one has to question if it's the only role he is playing.

This same hero who played comedic roles to convenience, as well as he demonstrates his comedic talent here too. Janhvi is perfectly at home as Roohi and Afza. She helps give the shivers as quickly as she does as the timid Roohi in both roles.

The movie does have its share of chuckles, with citations to famous movie instants, such as Rose "letting" Jack die in Titanic and the unforgettable 'palat' moment in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. Mrighdeep Singh Lamba Gautam Mehra's script is filled with well-written where one arrives on most instances.

Whatever the movie appears to lack is an in-story. There is indeed a passing reference to what the major protagonists do to a background story, and yet little else tends to stick with you. With an execution time of over 2 hours, the movie could certainly benefit from a tighter edit. Apart from the amusement, the movie helps promote the idea of self and identity, which did work to some extent. However, the ending seems a little too convenient and haphazard, as well as lacking the smash that one is fed from the start.

In terms of entertainment, the main two songs – Nadiyon Paar (reimagined edition of Let the Songs Play) and Panghat – that theatre during in the open/close credit facilities are indeed the highlights of a soundtrack, which was mainly comprised by Sachin–Jigar and will stay with you long after the film is over.

Overall, the film stays true to its type of music while offering a decent dose of amusement.



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