Film: O Pushpa I Hate Tears
Starring: Krushna Abhishek, Anjuman Mughal, Karthik Jayaram, Anusmriti Sarkar
Genre: Comic Thriller
Director: Dinkar Kapoor
By Yogesh Mishra
Director Dinkar Kapoor's ‘O Pushpa I Hate Tears’ is a comic thriller. Krushna Abhishek is the centre of attraction in the film.
Story revolves around a married guy (Karthik Jayaram) who pays five lakhs to Shyam (Krushna Abhishek) to kill his wife Pushpa (Anjuman Mughal). Despite taking money and contract Shyam did not kill Pushpa so story takes a U turn here. When he comes to know about his unfulfillment of commitment, he tries to handle the situation but could not be successful. So, now he had no choice but to have a plan-B but even that does not work. This was like a complex situation where things could not be predicted. Looking at the situation, Shyam takes advantage of the same and enjoys the luxurious lifestyle there with Pushpa. To know more about the climax, one must see this film.
Krushna Abhishek in the role of Shyam looked fabulous and his acting is mind-blowing. His dance steps truly impresses the audience. Other actors like Anjuman Mughal, Karthik Jayaram and Anusmriti Sarkar have also justified their roles in the film. Although Anusmriti Sarkar does not have a big roles in the film but her screen appearance is quite impressive. Karthik Jayaram has a bigger role to play in the movie but somewhere he could not impress the audiance.
Music has played the vital role in this film. The powerful music and songs compel audience to shake their legs. The dance steps of Krushna Abhishek is quite impressive. Title song is quite impressive and powerful. Krushna Abhishek has tried his level best to copy the steps of legendary actor Rajesh Khanna so, this way, indirectly tribute is given to the legend. In short, we can say that the dance and music has increased the beauty of the film.
Overall, this is more like a single screen theatre movie. Krushna Abhishek has impressed the audiance with his nice performance. This is the kind of movies that are released in 90s era but since this is a fine blend of comedy and thriller so one can plan to see it at least once.
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