Movie Title : Khatta Meetha
Genre: : Comedy Drama
Producer : Shree Ashtavinayak
Director : Priyadarshan
Casting : Akshay Kumar, Trisha Krishnan, Urvashi Sharma, Rajpal Yadav, Manoj Joshi
Music : Pritam Chakraborty
This Movie is based on the problems of India such as government corruption, unemployment, poor road construction management, poverty etc.
Akshay Kumar is playing the role of Sachin Tichkule, a road contractor. He is facing a tough time, being Adrashwadi, he has no job. But ultimately he has to work in with the Municipality a corrupted governmental department and has to lose all his collegian Gandhian theories and becomes corrupted. Now while living peacefully, he meets his college girl friend Gehna Ghanphule(Trisha), who has now, become a very honest Municipal Commissioner and is a road blocker in the dishonest and selfish ways of Sachin Tichkule. Further the movie takes many turns going though the dirty roots of governmental proceedings and at the end everything gets well. All is well if the End is well.
Whenever Priyadarshan has joined hands with Akshay, it has created a grate comedy that makes viewers bounce at their place. Let not forget that it has even reminded us the tragedy of Past Mr. Naturally’s murder as well. Priyadarshan is well known for his versatility in bonding up Comedy with hidden serious problem of India Society. Did he succeed? Yes, No. Yes because you can make out what fun would it had been when you watch Akshay Kumar, Rajpal Yadav, Johny Liver and Asrani all at single place. But No, because the film is too long to keep you watching movie. Furthermore, it makes you to give a second thought on love story of a corrupted Road contractor and an Honest Municipal Commissioner. Above that the Songs are unjustifiable though there is vitality in Music.
Dialogues: Very funny but too repeated and ordinary.
Characters: Akshay Kumar, a laughter King, is with superb comedy. Trisha average.
Costumes: Akshay in Rayban look, in common-man personality too good. Trisha doesn’t justify her Sarees.
Music: All songs does seem like add-ons, nothing new can hardly remember any song
Over all, a One Time bearable Movie.