Movie Jogira Sara Ra Ra Review – Relase Date – 26th May, 2023.
IMDB reviews – 4.5 out of 5.0
Audience – 3.8 out of 5
Critics Average Rating: 4.0 out of 5.0
On seeing the movie title and name, I thought this movie is related to the Kumar Vishwas Holi song “jogira Sara ra ra” which was very famous. After watching the movie and storyline, I understand that this name is used as a tongue-twister phrase that didn’t hold any significance in the movie story.
|Nawazuddin Siddiqui||Jogi Pratap|
|Neha Sharma||Dimple Chaubey|
Story of Jogira sara ra ra movie:
Jogi, the person who helps people find suitable partners, and Dimple, who goes to him for assistance in ending her marriage, both experience the outcomes of their actions when it is ultimately determined that Jogi will marry her in order to avoid embarrassment or shame.
Jogira sara ra ra story review:
The film fails to adequately develop the love story amidst the chaotic plot, leaving viewers confused about how it evolved. The screenwriter did not provide clear hints or indications, unless one had predicted it in advance, relying on the familiarity of old clichés that have been prevalent in films for years.
Jogira Sara Ra Ra review:
In the romantic comedy, “Jogira Sara Ra Ra” directed by Kushan Nandy, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Neha Sharma are paired together. Initially, I took a moment to contemplate the meaning behind the phrase “Ra Sara Ra Ra” and realized it had no connection to the character names. It turned out to be a mere tongue-twister phrase that didn’t hold any significance.
Jogira Sara Ra Ra Movie Star Cast:
Jogira Sara Ra Ra has an impressive cast, starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Jogi Pratap and Neha Sharma as Dimple Chaubey. Sanjay Mishra plays the role of Chacha Chaudhry, Mahaakshay Chakraborty portrays Lallu, and Zarina Wahab and Suman Patel appear as supporting characters Sarita and Lalita respectively.
If we remove Nawaz Sir from the film, it would become an average movie. However, due to his immense dedication and hard work, it becomes a must-watch film for all Nawaz fans, and we all are his fans. While this may not be his greatest work, Nawaz delivers a suitable performance for the genre. His English pronunciations, although outdated, still manage to make you laugh, and credit goes to Nawazuddin Siddiqui for that. Neha Sharma looks stunning, and her character is truly lovable. Sanjay Mishra could have performed better; it’s a waste to underutilize such a skilled comedian. The remaining cast, including Dadi Ma, Dimple’s family members, and Jogi’s family members, deliver decent performances.
Jogi, portrayed by Nawazuddin Siddiqui, runs a wedding management company, despite his dislike for marriage. He firmly believes that his clever tricks, known as jugaads, never fail. However, this proves to be a misconception.
Along his journey, he encounters Dimple, a free-spirited and naturally beautiful girl, played by Neha Sharma. Jogi describes her as anything but simple. Dimple had previously had an affair and eloped, only to be abandoned by her boyfriend. This single mistake robs her of her freedom, and now her parents have arranged her marriage to Lallu, played by Mimoh Chakraborty. Jogi secures a wedding contract from Dimple’s uncle, but she insists on disrupting the plans.
Jogi exhausts all his tricks to fulfill her wishes, unaware that the consequences will ultimately affect him. Despite neither Jogi nor Dimple desiring it, they find themselves set to be married. How will they avoid this situation? Will they manage to escape?
Our Views on Movie Songs and Music
Romantic comedies are often celebrated for their popular and catchy music. In the case of “Jogira Sara Ra Ra,” while there may not be any chart-topping hits, the songs are decent. The track “Shaadi To Hai Torture” effectively defines the characters and contributes to half of the storyline of the film. “Babua” and “Cocktail” are also enjoyable, albeit not extraordinary.
Our Views on Star Cast Performance:
Sourabh Waghmare’s cinematography in the film is average, lacking any standout elements. On the other hand, Virendra Gharse’s editing is relatively better, showcasing some skill in piecing the scenes together. Kushan Nandy’s approach to the film reflects a simple thought process, aiming to create a clean and family-friendly movie without delving into complex or thought-provoking elements. However, it’s worth noting that even simple stories have the potential to be organic and intelligent, offering more depth and substance to the audience.