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Toh Baat Pakki - A clean family entertainer

Rating : ★★★
By :Sampurn Media

Rajeshwari (Tabu) stays with her hubby Surendra (Ayub Khan) and two kids in small town Palanpur. Within her Saxena community, she aspires for a perfect well settled match for her younger sister Nisha (Uvika). She wants someone who will be also against dowry system. When she encounters an engineering student, Rahul (Sharman) at first she ends up arguing with him over a trivial matter but soon realizes his goodness and also the fact that he is a Saxena too. She looks at him as a perfect prospect for her sister. She then even convinces him to stay with them as a paying guest. After bringing Nisha to stay with them too, Rajeshwari succeeds in Rahul and Nisha falling for each other. As she gets his marriage fixed between Rahul and Nisha in comes Yuvraaj (Vatsal). Yuvraaj is a Saxena too and well settled in his job and is also about to get his own official bungalow. Rajeshwari then immediately dumps the prospect of having Rahul marrying Nisha and decides to go after Yuvraaj instead. What mess it all leads to forms the second half of the film.

Toh Baat Pakki comes in the tradition of Hrishikesh Mukherjee entertainers. Pure clean comedy mixed with emotions and a happy ending for all concerned. Vibha Singh in her script blendes both comedy and emotional sequences well. While the portions leading to Sharman and Uvika getting their baat pakki from Tabu are amusing, the ones in the second half where the film takes a bit of a serious turn when Vatsal and Uvika's marriage is fixed are equally entertaining as well. Sharman's attempts at sabotaging their marriage never go over board. However, the unwanted multi character confusion could have been avoiding in the climax as it only ends up prolonging it.

Back on screen in a big role after a long time, Tabu dominates the film completely and is a treat to watch. Sharman never disappoints and is extremely lovable in this one. Vatsal Seth gets less screen time compared to Sharman but he still manages to impress with his charm and underplay acting. Ayub Khan complements Tabu well. Uvika Chaudhary is cute and does well. Sharat Saxena brings on many laughs. Suhasini Mulay is good. Himani Shivpuri fits the part. Both the kids are cute.

Debutante director Kedarh Shinde has handled both the comic and emotional sequences with equal panache. He is a very big name in the Marathi film industry and looking at his Hindi debut he is all set for a longer innings here as well. Pritam's music is good with Ek Din Mera Byaah Hoyega by Mika being the pick of the lot.

After a long time, a clean heartwarming family entertainer has hit the screens. Don't miss it for its small town charm and wonderful acting.

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