Movie Review “Hello”

It is always a difficult task to present a good story in the form of a good film and same kinds of problems we can find with film “Hello”. Film Hello is based on the bestselling book of Chetan Bhagat “One night at a call centre”. Film revolves around few characters working at call centre and their experience of one night at call centre, which change their whole life. Main characters of film include Sharman Joshi, Sohail Khan, Isha Koppikar, Amrita Arora, Gul Panag, Sharat Saxena and Dalip Tahil, though we can also find Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in small roles.

All these characters have different problems in their life and they are working hard to come out of them, however, their life is only becoming more problematic with time. On one particular night, which was their worst night of life, they found themselves in a situation where death remains just few seconds away from them. However, god gives them a new chance to start their lives fresh. Finally, they all solve their problems slowly and discovering new meanings of life.

This film is good in two fronts first people who hate reading books can watch this film to understand essence of book “One night at a call centre” and second is opportunity to laugh at few adult jokes. Otherwise, there is nothing in this film which we can appreciate. Acting wise there is not much to watch in film as all charters are Ok in their roles. Music of film is also a big letdown which makes this film more boring. Film also become too slow and too fast at many occasions and it looks that script writers has failed in picking good points and leaving bad points of book.

This film tells us that it is not necessary that a bestselling book will guarantee a hit film. We can give this film two points out of five. Already, this film has got poor opening and there are very less chances of success of this film.

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