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Life Mein Time Nahi Hai Kisi Ko Review : A Total Waste of Time giving no reasons to laugh

Life Mein Time Nahi Hai Kisi Ko

Director – Manoj Sharma
Star castKrushna Abhishek, Rajneesh Duggal, Shakti Kapoor, Rajpal Yadav, Yuvika Chaudhary
Genre – Comedy-drama
Producer – Manish Rander, Shyamsunder Malani, Rajesh Rander, Vishnu Sharda and Sanjay Garg
Production House -Pooja Movies And Fun
Ratings – 2.0


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The film deals with the intercaste marriage and the implications after the same that brings home the tragic twist and turns in the family.

Review :

As you check the star cast, there are many funny actions in it, however, the real fun and masti called comedy are seen missing in the movie. The film has all the basic ingredients one would need to make a dark comedy, but nothing worthy has embarked upon. Here all you can see is a group of people yelling and screaming at each other finding reasons to scream a lot. The key issue of this film is that it has no single theme and the makers are stuck at different places. They have tried to spin the story but seemed falling flat on the ground losing to an ideological clash between the two generations.

All the makers did was to rely solely on the comic timing of Krishna but they have failed to give the right writing and puns and jokes lost the sheen.The only savior came in the form of Rajpal Yadav, who can bring some chuckles on the audience’s faces. Overall, the performances of the lead actors seemed dull and did not impress the audience in a big way. Similarly the other elements like direction, storytelling, screenplay, dialogues, and fun seemed to be limited giving fewer chances to laugh a lot.

Although the technical aspects of the film seemed okay giving a better quality in production and photography along with elements like editing. But talking about music, it also seemed average.

Life Mein Time Nahi Hai Kisi Ko The Last Word

If you are genuinely busy in your life, catching up this film would be a complete waste of time. Yet if you want to catch it then do it on your own risk as the film has no heart and soul, there is no assurance whether you would get to laugh or cry after watching this film.


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