Friday, 12 October 2018

‘Fryday’ film review: Govinda shines in slapstick but entertaining content

New Delhi: Fryday is that one movie that can show it for sure that Govinda is back in his hilarious and retro form. Fryday, also known as Carry On Water Purifier Salesman, is exactly as promised, the great Govinda steals the show, Varun Sharma delivers his part, Brijendra Kala holds on his own. There is not much to do for the women of the movie.

The plot revolves around a hard-working but ineffective salesman Rajiv Chabra (Varun Sharma) who is unable to sell his company’s Pavitra Pani Purifier for months. His immediate boss threatens him with dismissal if he does not sell at least one water purifier by Friday.

That particular Friday he ends up at the doorstep of a popular theatre actor Gagan Kapoor. However, the real laughter ride begins when  Gagan invites his girl-friend Bindu (Digangana Suryavanshi) home as his wife is not home. With Rajiv showing up to install the water-purifier, Gagan’s plans go for a toss and what follows is a sequence of events which are oft-seen and predictable.

Although the entertainment and comedy quotient of the film is high, there is a distinct Gujarati theatre-feel to the entire film and it seems staged. Nevertheless, with double entendre and innuendoes, this light-hearted narrative takes you on a roller-coaster, situational-comedy ride.

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