My Friend Pinto new Hindi movieÂ Review
Distinguishably typical Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali has made his unusual flick this time, which is out of box for him as he came with a latest bag ofÂ comedyÂ released today `My Friend Pinto, and but the frames of the film says he are not have been able to do justice to the flick as he had tried something brand new for him to make comedy caper which is sounding that much good. Bhansali turned a producer for this flick and is directed by his assistant Raghav Dhar and making play the young stars Prateik Babbar and Kalki Koechlin in lead roles. This flick has the freshness anyway, that included new talent, new look of the cinema, new genre of cinema as well. Bhansali’s new genre that clearly shows off the patches of the characters and looked perfectly fitted to the film. All these characters show their stunning funny side and that made looked comes naturally to the writer. Bhansali who got the dark beautiful bags of the films which dealt with dark and intense subjects films that include from the word go `Khamoshi` to `Black` to `Guzaarish` and now looking for luck in the comedy zone as well. Taking the My Friend Pinto as a light-hearted comedy of very young characters with full of life, full of colours. The film looks something inspirational for the today’s generation, since which isÂ all about a friend who we all have but we do not take the friend seriously. The film shows off how one need to respect, love, care and thank a friend. While some forget our friends as they move on in our lives. Screenplay will make you think, smile and entertain you with something right about it plot. My Friend Pinto story travels of travails of Michael Pinto in a new city where he searches to do good to others but he is often incorrectly understood. UTV Motion Pictures and Sanjay Leela Bhansali releases their new film My Friend Pinto and its lead actor Prateik stood on the promises to give you laughing off your seats.
Overall, light-hearted comedy.
Rating: Good of 3/5
Twenty-something Michael Pinto has grown up in a small Goan village, believing everyone in the world to be simple, kind and honest, just like him. His world revolves around a doting mother, a passion for music and the memories of a childhood friend, Sameer, who left Goa for Mumbai many years ago and hasnâ€™t replied to his frequent letters ever since. Pintoâ€™s talent for music is only matched by his knack for finding trouble in the unlikeliest of places often resulting in the most outlandish and hilarious situations. When Pintoâ€™s idyllic world is shattered by the sudden demise of his mother he decides to head to Mumbai in search of the only friend he knows. Will Pinto find Sameer or will trouble find him first? Will Pinto and his crazy antics survive the big bad city or more importantly, will Mumbai survive a phenomenon called Pinto?
01. Dhinchak Zindagi â€“ Kunal Ganjawala
02. Do Kabootar â€“ Kunal Ganjawala
03. Intezaar â€“ Nirmatee
04. Take It Easy â€“ Kunal Ganjawala & Gayatri Ganjawala
05 â€“ My Friend Pinto- Tu â€“ Sunidhi Chauhan
06. Yaadon Ki Album â€“ K.K.
Cast and Crew details
Releasing date: Oct 14, 2011
Star Cast: Prateik, Kalki Koechlin , Divya Dutta, Makrand Deshpande, Arjun Mathur, Raj Zutshi, Shruti Seth
Director: Raaghav Dar
Music: Ajay Gogavale, Atul Gogavale
Release Date: 14th October, 2011