Sunday, May 17th, 2009 5:05 pm
Suno Na – Ek Nanhi Aawaz: Is simply boring
Small town girl from Andhra, Anupamaâ€™s (Tara Sharma) boyfriend ditches her after she becomes pregnant. But Anu taking a brave step decides to get keep the child much against her familyâ€™s wishes. Facing their opposition, she moves to Mumbai with her best friend Raina (Rinku Patel) and even manages to get a job. Soon she begins experiencing an unusual thing. She starts hearing her yet unborn child talking to her. She names her unborn child Sammy and starts enjoying conversations with it.
Starring: Tara Sharma, Dharmendra Gohil, Avinash Tiwari, Rinku Patel, Makarand Shukla, Neha Baam
Director: Amy Thanawala
As Anu sets out to get a father for her child, she encounters three men from varied backgrounds. First one is her neighbour, musician HMV (Avinash), the second one is middle class professor Dhruv (Dharmendra Gohil) and the third one is her office colleague Deepak (Makrand). But then as Anu is trying to zero down on one, she realizes HMV is gay, Deepak is too conservative to accept someone elseâ€™s child and Dhruv is heartbroken on knowing she is carrying someoneâ€™s child without marrying him.
Finally it boils down to a hospital climax which is the height of idiocy wherein all the three suitors are shown going inside the labour room wearing the scrubs. As expected by the audience by now, the new born turns out to be a girl. Professor saab Dhruv then makes Anu realize that it was her own inner voice she was listening to and not the unborn babyâ€™s!
The whole concept of the film is suited more for a TV serial than a full fledged film. As you sit down to watch the film, your interest wanes of 20 minutes into the film. Lack of imaginative writing, screenplay full of clichÃ©s seen umpteen times before starts grating on your nerves and you wait for the film to end. Towards the end also you lose the curiosity who shall Anu end up with.
Tara Sharma is a decent actress but has a bad dialogue delivery. Amongst the three newcomers in male leads, Avinash Tiwari is okay while the rest two just about pass the muster. Rinku Patel is good.
Just give this film a pass and save yourself the agony which seems much worse than actual labour pains.