Movie Review: What the Fish
Cast: Dimple Kapadia, Sumit Suri, Manu Rishi Chadha, Manjot Singh, Anand Tiwari
Director: Gurmmeet Singh
Sudha Mishra, also known as Maasiji, is 67-years-old aged woman, separated from husband, eccentric woman and prefer to live in the present. She has to leave her home in Vasant Kunj, New Delhi and needs to certify that her gold fish and money plant are taken care of well. She plans to hand over the authority of her house to her niece Sumit Suri, even though she does not completely like Sumit.
At the end of the vacation, Sudha arrives her house and she starts looking her home very closely with detective precision. She discovers her money plant and gold fish in absolute state. As she opens the door of her bedroom a lady rushing past her takes her aback. She understands that Sumit has broken all the rules and regulations made by her. She showed surprise over that; she tries to know what exactly occurred after she left.
The USP of the movie is Dimple Kapadia as she gives flesh and blood to the role of Sudha. Dimple is extremely perfect in that character. No one can say that it is the first time she is playing a comic character. Director of this movie, Gurmmeet Singh, has done full justice with the movie. In spite of being a small budget film, it has all the materials to pull the viewers.
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