Vidya Balan’s new Bollywood movie titled as ‘Tumhari Sulu’ hit the theaters today and turned out to be a good entertainer for many viewers out there. Vidya Balan is in full form portraying the role of an Indian Housewife and equally good is her husband which is played by Manav Kaul. Vidya Balan can be seen making utmost use of her distinctive voice of Sulu which is filled with fun and laughter in order to let people accept it with full gratitude and warmth.
Though, the movie witnesses some kind of repetition and stretch in the second half, overall the movie can be categorized as a light-heart comedy which portrays the struggles of an Indian woman who struggles to find the whereabouts of her voice and identity.
‘Tumhari Sulu’ Review | Cast, Crew & Direction
New Bollywood movie ‘Tumhari Sulu’ stars Vidya Balan in the main role portraying Sulochana urf Sulu. Manav Kaul is playing the role of Sulu’s husband who faces struggles with his Boss on everyday basis at his workplace. Apart from these two, Neha Dhupia is also a part of the film who plays the lady boss where Vidya Balan works. Vijay Maurya is also among the cast of Bollywood movie ‘Tumhari Sulu’.
‘Tumhari Sulu’ movie has been directed by Suresh Triveni. All the characters in ‘Tumhari Sulu’ movie are lively and are sure to give you a bubbly time around as Sulu’s life story evolves and she begins to find herself and thus rediscover her voice. ‘Tumhari Sulu’ has songs like Ban Ja Rani, Hawa Hawai 2.0, Manva Likes To Fly, Rafu as well as Farrata. Ban Ja Rani and Hawa Hawai 2.0 are remakes of old Punjabi and Bollywood songs respectively.
Movie Review Of Vidya Balan’s ‘Tumhari Sulu’
‘Tumhari Sulu’ review – The movie deals with the idea of a Housewife who is always seen as a glorified minder and keeper of the family who actually lives with thousands dreams within and wants to recognize and fetch her own spunk and talent. Sulu is 12th Class XI and has no experience which does not let her feel the same. Apart from being raised from a family kind of background, everyone will definitely relate to ‘Tumhari Sulu’. Watch out Sulu’s whole story by visiting your nearest theaters today.