Tutak Tutak Tutiya Bollywood Movie Review

Tutak Tutak Tutiya has an all-star cast which includes the following: Pradbhu Deva, Sonu Sood, Tamannaah Bhatia, Murli Sharma, Amy Jacksom, Esha Gupta and Farah Khan.

This movie a multi-language horror comedy movie.  This version is the Hindi version. It is part of a three version movie. There is a Telugu version which is called Abhinetri. As well as a Tamil version called Devi(l). All of these films came out this year.

The actors were told their lines when filming in each of the three different languages which were featured in all three of the films.

Tutak Tutak Tutiya Bollywood Movie Review

Acknowledgment definitely goes to the director as this was a big undertaking. To not only to one film but three separate films in different languages. This helps to make the film more appealing and to make it more far-reaching in its respective audiences.

The main character tries to get rid of his wife who is taken over by evil spirits.  The wife is a dutiful, plain, and yet beautiful looking regular Indian housewife.

However, she then transforms under control of the spirit into a super, hot, and independent girl with aspirations of being the next Bollywood movie star. She sets off, totally forgetting about her husband. And focused on her next found fame and life. Then, there becomes a great and comical back and forth fight between the husband and the movie star boyfriend to win the affections of the girl.

It seems not necessarily a low budget film but isn’t one I wouldn’t really want to see.

Yes, this film has great a many dance numbers and upbeat, pleasing music. But the plot really lacks I think.

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The films runtime is long for this kind of movie. So if you enjoy these kinds expect to be entertained. Otherwise, you are going to be spending a very long time in the theater.

Due to the subject matter, I don’t think it wouldn’t really be one that I would see. Though, it would be a good one for fall and Halloween this time of the year.

However, this is one of Bollywood’s first horror-comedy films. So it does cater to audiences but more so around Halloween.

This is a general run of the mill comedy nothing really special.

The music seems to be good and has many high uptempo numbers. The cast is fairly-talented and good looking.

The dance numbers are very big and entertaining as well. The leads really are great dancers I think as well.

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