Radio Hindi Movie Review
Himesh Reshammiya the talented music director - turned singer - turned actor makes a comeback with Radio. For company in a love triangle, Himesh has Shenaz Treasurywala and Sonal Sehgal as his female leads.
Vivaan (Himesh Reshammiya) is a popular Radio Jockey, married to Pooja (Sonal). The two loves and care for each other but opt for divorce due to incompatibility. Even before Vivaan gets over his ex-wife, enters Shanaya (Shenaz) who makes him happy with everything she does.
Vivaan is still in touch with Pooja and it is she who makes him realize his love for Shanaya. With a bit of love for Pooja still in his heart, Vivaan decides to spend the rest of his life with Shanaya. Or does he?
All that Himesh's messed up love triangle achieves is unintentional entertainment. In one of the most stupid movies of the year, Himesh tries extra hard to appeal to the teens and falls flat in every sequence.
Some of the dialogues are so funny, so cheesy and so corny that you can't help but explode into peals of laughter every time Himesh utters a word.
Credit to Himesh for trying hard to look and act normal, but roles like these should come out effortlessly and Himesh being a non-actor doesn't look close to comfortable on screen.
The music is soulful and sooner Himesh gets back to doing what he does best, the better.
Sonal Sehgal is blessed with a pretty face and a bit of acting talent too. Shenaz Treasurywala is no 'treasure' to the industry and would be better off as a pretty face who smiles without a reason on television.
On the whole, Radio should give tough competition to Aap Ka Suroor and Karzzz, if ever we were to have a poll here on Himesh's worst film ever! Don't bother watching.