Aankh Micholi Review: Paresh Rawal’s Brilliance Amidst Comic Lapses

The much-anticipated comedy film “Aankh Micholi” starring Mrunal Thakur and Abhimanyu Dassani has hit the screens. In this review, we take a closer look at the film’s comedic elements and its overall performance, with a particular focus on the standout performance of Paresh Rawal.

Lacking in Laughter

"In our Aankh Micholi review, we find Mrunal Thakur and Abhimanyu Dassani's comedy lacking, but Paresh Rawal's performance shines. A mixed bag of humor and entertainment."

While “Aankh Micholi” promised to be a rib-tickling comedy, it sadly falls short of expectations in the humor department. The film struggles to deliver consistent laughter, leaving audiences wanting more comedic moments. The humor is often predictable and fails to evoke genuine laughter.

Mrunal Thakur and Abhimanyu Dassani

Mrunal Thakur and Abhimanyu Dassani, as the lead actors, do their best with the material they have, but the lack of a strong script and witty dialogues hampers their performances. Their chemistry on screen is pleasant, but it’s not enough to salvage the film’s comedic shortcomings.

Paresh Rawal’s Standout Performance

In the midst of the comedic shortcomings, Paresh Rawal emerges as the saving grace of “Aankh Micholi.” His impeccable comic timing and veteran acting skills shine through in his role. Paresh Rawal’s presence on screen brings some genuine humor to the film, and his performance is a reminder of his comedic prowess.

Supporting Cast and Direction

The supporting cast, including Divya Dutta and Sharman Joshi, deliver commendable performances but are limited by the film’s weak script. The direction by Abhishek Sharma shows promise, but the material at hand doesn’t allow the film to reach its full comedic potential.

“Aankh Micholi” may disappoint those who were expecting a laugh-out-loud comedy. The film’s humor lacks the punch needed to leave a lasting impression. However, Paresh Rawal’s standout performance is a silver lining in an otherwise lackluster comedy. If you’re a fan of his work, it might be worth watching “Aankh Micholi” for his comedic brilliance.

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