Cirkus Review: A Great Fall For Both Rohit Shetty And Ranveer Singh

Cirkus Review: Big fall for Rohit Shetty and Ranveer Singh

Ranveer Singh entered the circus.(courtesy: YouTube)

Actors: Ranveer Singh, Pooja Hegde, Johnny Lever, Jacqueline Fernandez, Varun Sharma, Sanjay Mishra, Mukesh Tiwari, Siddharth Jadhav, Murli Sharma, Tiku Talsania, Brijendra Kala, Saurabh Gokhale

Director: Rohit Shetty

Rating: One star (out of 5)

Producer-director Rohit Shetty’s latest film is the equivalent of slapstick comedy – a genre that has been very successful over the years – as the trash of cinema. It is full of garbage.

The golmaal is that the caper film goes round and round because it recycles horribly trivial tropes, packs them into a strange, swirling package and leaves a bunch of actors led by Ranveer Singh (in a double role) with no choice. of rising above confusion.

yes, the circus it’s terribly bad. It’s a film with guts that would have done the world a favor if it hadn’t progressed beyond the script stage. It does neither the medium nor the genre any justice. The only thing that’s really funny the circus it is his unmitigated disability.

The film has one foot firmly planted in the past, which in itself isn’t such a bad thing. He sings and dances about his debt to the comedy films of yesteryear. But without showing any real imagination, the circus It shows what is wrong with contemporary Hindi films that aim to give the mass audience a run for their money.

It consists of old Hindi movie songs the circusbackground music The light color palette of the film makes the real backdrops look painted. His “comic” gags are funny. And the surrounding acting is consistently poor.

The lead actor tries hard – very hard – and it shows. Even a proven actor like Sanjay Mishra is filled with a role that only one’s nerves can get at. As for Pooja Hegde and Jaqueline Fernandez, the less said the better.

Hindi cinema fans know Ranveer Singh as an actor who can bring a lot of natural flavor to a role. He does the same thing here, but the two roles he’s stuck in are incredibly trivial. His interpretation has been set free by the absurdity of the writing.

Yunus Sajawal’s screenplay brings logic down to earth in search of laughs. It stretches a fine and childish story into a feature film about two couples whose paths cross over three decades after being deliberately separated by a doctor to prove that a person’s character is determined by education, not bloodline.

Apart from the doctor, the script introduces a trio of petty thieves – they’re called Momo, Mango and Chikki but their pranks are anything but pleasant – in search of a bag full of money. All they do is make fools of themselves. The audience must laugh at their own jokes. We laugh, but only because of the emptiness on display.

the creators of the circus they don’t have a clue about the difference between inspired lunacy and brainless buffoonery. The first completely escapes them. They run with exhausting doses of the latter. This is such childish entertainment, going back and forth between manic and silly, with no real purpose.

If the plot seems neat, there’s clearly a reason. the circus It takes the main idea of ​​William Shakespeare Comedy of errorshas already seen two iterations in Hindi – Make Dooni Chaar (1968) and Angoor (1982), the first written by Gulzar, the second also directed by him, to make up for the failure of the first film.

Angoor, with Sanjeev Kumar and Deven Verma in their elements, ranks among the best comedies ever to come out of Mumbai. Cirkus is a sleazy homage to the much-loved film, without the wit and sophistication of a script that is inspired but lacks the wherewithal to replicate.

the circus it also packs an anti-nature theme at its bare core – as an aspect of ragged hustle and bustle that may or may not remind one of Raj Kapoor’s 1951 classic. Awara and the 1975 melodrama in reverse produced by showman Dharam Karam. Either way, Rohit Shetty’s idiot has absolutely no redeeming qualities to make all the bangs and bangs worth it.

A doctor played by Murli Sharma, an actor who knows his stuff, appears on screen every now and then to fill us in on the details of the rigmarole. Electricity binds two twins separated at birth: one is susceptible to high-voltage shocks, the other is attacked by waves of electric current that he cannot control.

The year is 1942. The doctor who runs an orphanage decides to conduct an experiment to prove his naysayers wrong. He breaks up two newborn pairs and gives them up for adoption. One couple goes to a couple in Bangalore, the other ends up in a flat in Ooty.

Thirty years later, a Bangalore couple, Roy and Joy (Ranveer Singh and Varun Sharma), move to a town where another couple, Roy and Joy (Ranveer Singh and Varun Sharma), also live and work in a thriving family circus. . Needless to say, reaching Ooty creates confusion all around.

The performer-protagonist is endowed with a special skill; His twin in Bangalore suffers the consequences of the latter’s act in the circus hall. The events on the screen are orchestrated in the belief that everything will be stunning. It’s just anything.

The biggest problem the circus It’s not the hindrance that most Hindi films have fallen apart these days. He has no respect for the audience. An all-encompassing approach to filmmaking emerges from a combination of creative failure and complacency. the circus it is completely hare. It’s easy to see why.

the circus It’s meant to be highwire action. The precarious rope he walks on is weak and frayed. The result is a great fall for both Rohit Shetty and Ranveer Singh. move away

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