Throughout the years, there have been a few movies that have handled different conditions that lower an individual’s confidence like skin shading, heftiness, hindered development and so forth. Untimely going bald, be that as it may, has once in a while been the focal plot purpose of a film. Two lesser realized movies like I M 24 , HAIR IS FALLING  and so forth have managed the issue however they sank suddenly and completely. Maker Abhishek Pathak for his directorial debut, UJDA CHAMAN, handles this thought in the romcom space. So does UJDA CHAMAN figure out how to engage and move crowds? Or on the other hand does it neglect to engage? How about we break down.
Film Review: Ujda Chaman
UJDA CHAMAN is the narrative of a man looking for an actual existence accomplice. Chaman Kohli (Sunny Singh) is a 30-year-old speaker in Delhi’s Hansraj College. He has confronted intense male pattern baldness over the most recent five years, influencing his confidence and furthermore his marriage possibilities. His folks, Shashi Kohli (Atul Kumar) and Sushma Kohli (Grusha Kapoor) put his five-year-old picture in his marriage bio-information and when he goes to see an imminent lady of the hour, he wears a top. Unfortunately, the top falls off and the imminent lady of the hour and her family kick the Kohli’s from their home. Their family stargazer (Saurabh Shukla) adds to their pressure as he guarantees that if Chaman doesn’t get hitched before his 31st birthday, he’ll stay chaste forever. Chaman attempts to discover love, first at the wedding service of a companion however it demonstrates useless. Afterward, he attempts to charm a kindred teacher, Ekta (Aishwarya Sakhuja) yet she dismisses him as she is as of now dating somebody. Out of the blue, a first-year understudy, Aaina Ali Khan (Karishma Sharma) shows enthusiasm for Chaman. Chaman succumbs to her yet in a matter of seconds, he understands that she spent time with him for personal stakes. With no other alternative, Chaman acknowledges his dad’s proposal and downloads Tinder. He transfers his image, however by editing his uncovered fix. In a matter of moments, he coordinates with Apsara (Maanvi Gagroo), who is overweight and simply like Chaman, she also puts a nearby picture to shroud her purported defect. Both choose to meet and clearly get stunned taking a gander at one another. What occurs next structures the remainder of the film.
UJDA CHAMAN is an official change of the 2017 Kannada film, ONDU MOTTEYA KATHE (Writer: Raj B Shetty). Danish J Singh’s adjusted story has monstrous potential as many individuals can identify with the goings on appeared in the film. In any case, Danish J Singh’s screenplay plays spoilsport. The account is connecting yet just in parts. Danish J Singh’s discoursed are clever and matter-of-actuality.
Abhishek Pathak’s heading isn’t commendable enough. The execution appears to be somewhat awkward and over-the-top. The way wherein Chaman is derided nearly consistently by the understudies due to his retreating hairline is excessively. Additionally, the course style isn’t reliable. The subsequent half appears to be extremely unique from the main half. Likewise, with nothing one of a kind occurring in the film, the account turns out to be amazingly unsurprising. On the positive side, a couple of scenes work like the track of Aaina and the emergency clinic scene.
UJDA CHAMAN starts on a fun yet extremely noisy note with the underlying segments being somewhat captivating. The funniness looks constrained in the scene where Chaman endeavors to attack his sibling Goldy (Gagan Arora). The track of Aaina is fortunately better yet, the film doesn’t arrive at a high. The break point is fascinating and the film appears to be encouraging from here on. Furthermore, the underlying segments of the subsequent half are engaging as Chaman and Apsara draw near. Yet, after a point, not all that much or intriguing occurs. The film gets hauling and unsurprising. The last scene is charming yet comes past the point of no return in the film.
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Radiant Singh puts forth a strong effort yet the ideal effect isn’t made. The way where he appears to be so genuine and inert all through the film is hard to process. Indeed, even his portrayal in the first place is unnecessarily done in a serious tone. Maanvi Gagroo improves and is a whiz. Her issues and scrapes appear to be truly relatable and she fills the role pleasantly. Atul Kumar likewise does a truly great job. Grusha Kapoor is boisterous. Gagan Arora is tolerable. Karishma Sharma has her impact according to the necessity. Aishwarya Sakhuja has an extraordinary screen nearness. Sharib Hashmi (Raj) is great however unfortunately his track is unsurprising. Saurabh Shukla is carefully alright.
Music is frustrating. Just ‘Chand Nikla’ gets enlisted. The remainder of the melodies like ‘Twinkle’, ‘Outfit’ and ‘Goodness Bandeya’ are forgettable. Hitesh Sonik’s experience score is excessively uproarious and emotional.
Sudhir K Chaudhary’s cinematography is perfect. Tarpan Srivastav’s generation configuration is in a state of harmony with the film’s setting. Preetisheel Singh’s make up and prosthetics are impeccable. Rahil Raja and Himanshi Nijhawan’s ensembles are reasonable. Mitesh Soni’s altering is sans grumbling and the film’s length is proper at 120 minutes.
Overall, UJDA CHAMAN has a promising and relatable story however the conflicting execution and unsurprising account ruins the show. In the cinema world, because of restricted buzz and absence of well known names, the film will have a troublesome time.