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EKKEES TAREEKH SHUBH MUHURAT - Painful to watch the supremely talented Sanjay Mishra in such a poor attempt. [TTP (To The Point) Review by Bobby Sing]
04 Nov, 2018 | Movie Reviews / 2018 Releases

An unusually titled film, yet again revolving around a marriage and a small town family, EKEES TAREEKH SHUBH MUHURAT actually had a fabulous idea in store that could have resulted in a very fine satire on our religious and social structure. 
 
Talking about ‘Katha-Vaachaks’ (Religious Orators), which ironically happens to be to be the most flourishing stream in the present, the film begins focusing on this potential theme, but then gets lost in all unimpressive, unrelated subplots making it an unexpectedly tedious watch. The reference of Ekkees Tareekh fixed for a marriage doesn’t have any exciting revelations to make and the characters too simply fail to establish any kind of realistic connect with the viewer.
 
But above all its really painful to see exceptionally talented actors as Sanjay Mishra and Mukesh Tiwari still trying their best to lift up the film to a decent level in their individual scenes. Sadly the poor writing, dialogues as well as editing never allows them to do so, except in a couple of sequences and the writers criminally waste a socially relevant idea of a poor priest trying to get her daughter married with his limited resources. Unfortunately the supporting cast also remains a weak feature of the film, which in fact has to be the most important feature of such films revolving around a small town family and its struggle with life.
 
In short, this is another missed opportunity that only has Sanjay Mishra and the subject as its only merit.
 
Ratings : 1 / 5

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