90 Min | Drama | March 2013
IMDB Rating: 4.5
Director: Kapil Sharma
Starring: John Abraham, Chitrangda Singh, Prachi Desai
I, Me aur Main Review: Kapil Sharma’s ‘I, Me aur Main’ is A Good One-Time Watch! It has a decent story to tell along-with terrific performances & soulful music working on its advantage. As Ishaan, a music producer who takes advantage of the women in his life, feels a connection with Gauri, his new next-door neighbor, he begins to learn the importance of friendship – causing him to work to repair his relationships.
‘I, Me aur Main’ is nicely paced & executed. Kapil Sharma handles this human-story with maturity & sensibility. The characters work & so does the narrative. Sure, the second-hour does dip, but it never bores or leaves the viewer restless. Sharma deserves credit for getting his job right. Cinematography is consistent. Editing is sharp. Music by Falak Shabir, Sachin-Jigar, Gourav Dasgupta & Raghav Sachar, is soulful. Art & Costume Design, are okay.
Performance wise John Abraham is likable. He plays the self-obsessed protagonist with energy. Chitrangada Singh suits the part & is impressive throughout. Prachi Desai is first-rate. Raima Sen does very well. Zarina Wahab is flawless, yet again. Sheena Shahabadi is nicely restrained. Mini Mathur is as usual. On the whole, ‘I, Me aur Main’ is worth a watch.
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