Dream Girl Full Movie STORY
Desperate to discover business, Karam grabs a vocation as ‘Pooja’ at a call community for sex visits, keeping the vast majority in his life in obscurity about the idea of his work. To what extent would he be able to keep it up before everybody including his sweetheart and father discover?
Dream Girl Full Movie REVIEW:
From the time he is a child, Karam makes a fine showing of emulating ladies’ voices. So while in school he makes intermediary telephone calls to instructors as his companion’s mother, when he is more seasoned, Karam (Ayushmann Khurrana) lands jobs in neighborhood plays as Sita and Radha. What’s more, is regularly loved by the individuals in the community of Gokul for his jobs and for the most part for the voice he can regulate. Be that as it may, it’s not something it is possible that he or his dad, Jagjit Singh (Annu Kapoor) are alright with. His father needs him to get a customary line of work, where he doesn’t need to wear the lady demonstration and Karam is likewise evident that he will assume these jobs just till he gets a normal line of work. Which he does soon enough, however the main hitch is it expects him to be ‘Pooja’ at a call place for sex visits. Before long enough, ‘Pooja’ has an arrangement of men and a lady besotted by her. Also, every one of them need to either meet or wed her. This while Karam’s better half Mahi (Nushrat Bharucha) is unmindful of his twofold life.
‘Dream Girl’ is situated as an unmitigated satire, so don’t expect any nuanced test into cross dressing or investigating one’s sexuality. Indeed, there is none of that. Maybe, one has been spoilt by Ayushmann Khurrana’s selection of movies up until now, which consistently figure out how to redefine known limits.
While the reason of ‘Dream Girl’ is a fascinating one in the first place, it doesn’t go past that thought. Be that as it may, chief Raaj Shaandilya figures out how to bring out some measure of chuckling in this situational satire. Be that as it may, there is additionally a touch of silliness which tracks into the peculiar, two sided saying and now and again hostile zone. As an assortment of characters and circumstances are bunged in, the screenplay moves at an uneven pace. The melodies, ‘Radhe’ and ‘Dil Ka Telephone’ add a portion of the punch to the shaky plot.
The exhibitions by a gathering cast remains above board – Ayushmann Khurrana pulls off an exemplary, confident act, notwithstanding working with a character which isn’t totally very much fleshed out. Annu Kapoor, Vijay Raaz, Abhishek Bannerjee and Manjot Singh add to the comic component. Nushrat Bharucha and Rajesh Sharma are powerful.
Toward the part of the bargain, film slips in a message on dejection, internet based life companions and having somebody to converse with. Regardless of the blemishes, ‘Dream Girl’ endeavors to demonstrate the main man from an alternate perspective, and figures out how to engage in parts.