Synopsis: Pooja Kiven Aa is a story of an NRI girl Pooja, who is in Mumbai to get her property back from a miser builder. In the meantime she meets three Punjabi boys who come to the city of dreams to explore new horizons and make a handsome living. Finding Pooja and her wealth as their fortune, the trio starts chasing her, to find she is already committed. It is a comedy of errors but offers a little laughter.
Script Analysis: The story of the movie is its biggest drawback. Script is the foundation of the movie; sadly here it was very weak. It wasn’t exactly a comedy of errors, instead a script of errors. There was no logic in the story. And the climax of the movie was beyond audience’s intellect. Things happened in haste and there was no time of understanding.
Direction and Music: It wasn’t just the story, but there were some problems in the direction as well. Being her first movie it will be a learning experience for Nidhi but she will have to work hard for her upcoming projects. Music too was average, there were some tracks really peppy but all in all it was nothing out of the box.
Acting: Speaking of acting! This was Miss Pooja’s comeback movie after disappointing Panjaban and Chana Sachi Muchi, her looks were striking, but her acting wasn’t. The charisma of her looks didn’t last long, her dialogue delivery was poor. There was no fluency in it. Lead actor Tarun Khanna too was a disappointment on screen. He tried his level best but still failed to tickle laughter out of audience. B.N. Sharma was good, he started off well but yes you can’t make people laugh doing the same thing over and over throughout the movie (I count this as a director’s and script’s mistake though). Sahil Bhardwaj and Raj Jhinger were the highlight of the movie. They both looked natural and kept the audience captive. It was Sahil’s first movie, but he looked professional behind the camera. Rakhi Sawant was alluring in her item number, but there was a little problem with her lipsing.
Final Say: All in all, the movie is the definition of CHAOS. It was a comedy but very rare there were moments that actually spilled laughter. It’s a thumbs down from our side.
Paisa Vasool: 30/100