Film Critic: Goher Iqbal Punn
Cast: Karanvir Sharma, Rohin Robert, Bhaumik Sampat, Kunal Pant, Rohit Arora, Parimal Aloke, Shaurya Chauhan, Kahkkashan Aryan and Maryam Zakaria
Director: Muazzam Beg
Producers: Rajeev Agarwal, Ramesh B. Agarwal and Tarun R. Agarwal
Music: Shamir Tandon
Director Muazzam Beg’s Sadda Adda hits the screens. The film talks about the youngsters who have dreams to follow and they land up in a room to live together and the room is called ‘Sadda Adda’. The movie stars Karanvir Sharma, Rohin Robert, Bhaumik Sampat, Kunal Pant, Rohit Arora, Parimal Aloke, Shaurya Chauhan, Kahkkashan Aryan and Maryam Zakaria
The scripting is below average and the same is with the direction front. The movie has twists and turns but they cannot assure the guarantee that the film will run at the box office. The movie has newcomers in the starcast. The comedy too even falters a lot. There is hardly anything that interests the viewers. Admit, the comic sequences in the first half do raise the spirits of the audiences rest of the movie is mundane.
Sadda Adda talks about the six youngsters who come from the various backgrounds having different dreams to follow. They live together in an apartment which they name ‘Sadda Adda’. These youngsters include Rajat (Rohin Robert) who has US dreams, Samir (Karanvir Sharma) who likes to be a star, Kabir (Kunal Pant) who does a job of salesman, Irfan (Bhaumik Sampat) who is always harassed by his boss, Safal (Parimal Aloke) who is struggling for civil services exams and Jogi (Rohit Arora) who is always bullied by the rest.
The house is all the time a mess with thrown beer bottles, cigarette butts, underwear, towels, mattresses and other things.
The first half of the movie is somewhat interesting that is laced with their antics trying to woo the gals, facing humiliation, chasing the careers to make, falling in love and the things. The post interval portion turns serious when the frustrations ooze out among them and even the suicidal tendency is seen. The film ends up on a good message.
The story is okay. The screenplay is weak having many flaws. The direction of the movie is below average. The cinematography is just about okay. Music is mundane.
Since the movie is laced with the newcomers, the film does not have performances to rave big about. But Karanvir Sharma and Bhaumik Sampat impress with their parts.
Sadda Adda is a below average movie. It has some interesting elements, which are watchable, but overall the film is lackluster.