Movie Tutak Tutak Tutiya Review, Box Office Collection

By | October 7, 2016

Touted as a ‘horror-comedy’ writer-director Vijay’s Tutak Tutak Tutiya can remind you of Priyadarshan’s Bhool Bhulaiya and whereas there’s lots of lowbrow humour within the film there’s barely any horror. Only one special-effects-driven scene on a movable set displays something supernatural, otherwise the advantage of Tutak Tutak Tutiya is entirely on Tammannah’s shoulders to point out off her acting chops as she nerveless straddles 2 characters. Clearly designed for a South Indian audience, several of the tropes and character traits adjust to the expected – a nationalistic protagonist with an inflated sense of self who is enthusiastic about marrying a “modern girl”. His friend, who accompanies him all over, additionally encourages him. To Krishna (Prabhudeva) trendy lady suggests that An English-speaking freelance girl.

However quite thirty of his proposals have complete up within the bin (and it’s no wonder). Prabhudeva as a suitor? Maybe not. It’s higher once he sticks to his rehashed Michael Joe Jackson moves. Krishna’s disrespect for ladies is on full show once he’s showing emotion forced into an organized wedding with an easy gaon ki gori (village belle). Devi (Tammannah) is that the ideal wife – easy, sweet, obedient, smart at work and pachydermatous. She’s everything Krishna doesn’t wish. Back target Mumbai, An embarrassed Krishna keeps his wedding secret. However an odd presence in their new lodging changes everything.

Tutak Tutak Tutiya Review


A chance to satisfy wiz raj Khanna (Sonu Sood, Who provides himself lots of shirtless shots) sparks a temperament modification in Devi. Step by step Krishna begins to understand that a restless spirit, who harbours unfulfilled dreams of super-stardom, has possessed his wife. He even engages the services of Devil Travels that conducts dispossession by drone – one among the lot of clever moments within the film. however Devi remains none the wiser; An exhausted victim Who thinks she is losing her mind at the same time as Ruby, the ghost, borrows her body to bounce, act and smolder on screen whereas additionally subjugating the outwitted Krishna. Once he convinces you that he genuinely cares for his wife, Prabhudeva is that the actual surprise component during this romantic drama, humorously that’s doubtless to attractiveness to a specific palette.

One gripe is that the sloppy soundtrack. With the Hindi dialogue lip movements not matching the lip movements of the actors, it became obvious that the film has been created in many languages.

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