Impatient Vivek Hindi Movie Review

Feature Film | Comedy, Romance
Impatient Vivek not only has faulty script but also rides on hammy actors bristling their way through the film. It tests your patience to the fullest.
Jan 6, 2011 By Noyon Jyoti Parasara

Impatient Vivek is one of those films that make you tear your hair apart or make you regret your decision to watch it. It has a bewildering plot of an impatient person Vivek (Vivek Sudarshan) who falls in love with a girl Shruti (Sayali Bhagat). But without knowing whether she loves him or not he goes ahead talking to her father about marriage. Facing rejection, he kidnaps Shruti only to realize she doesn't love him.



But that's not it, there are many stories that run in tangent to the main plot making you wonder what eventually the main plot of the film was. So you have a step brother of Shruti called Annu (Rounaog Ahuja) who comes out of nowhere in the middle of the film and falls in love with his childhood friend Rani (Charu Asopa) who too suddenly makes her entry into the story. There's also a wicked mom and her wicked son both of whom don't want to share their wealth with Annu and deploy means to get him out of their house!



Impatient Vivek, that claims to be a rom-com, has been passed by the censor board with an 'A' certificate and 15 minutes into the film you know why. There are many unnecessary voyeuristic scenes that are meant to be funny but appear crass and vulgar.



Impatient Vivek is neither romantic nor is it remotely comic. Rather this product from director Rahat Kazmi is simply listless. Not one scene, dialogue or character in the film comes out good. The cinematography is mediocre and so is the music and background score.



Debutante actor Vivek hams and stutters his way through the film. Sayali Bhagat appears like an overgrown, immature actress and seriously needs to work on her act.



Final verdict - Impatient Vivek not only has faulty script but also rides on hammy actors bristling their way through the film. It tests your patience to the fullest. Best Avoided!


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