Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota Review: A Cinematic Brilliance Which Will Keep You Hooked For A Fun Packed And An Entertaining Joyride!

Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota Review: A Cinematic Brilliance Which Will Keep You Hooked For A Fun Packed And An Entertaining Joyride!
Starring: Abhimanyu Dassani, Radhika Madan, Gulshan Devaiah
Directed By: Vasan Bala

In the climax from the film, the whole fight between the protagonists and the crooks of the antagonist is depicted in the form of a fun tournament wherein the 'psychotic villain' acts as the main referee paving the way for the most hilarious showdown scene between the hero and the villain ever. Such wacky scenes, goofy dialogues, satirical performances along with a totally unique dimension of film making by director Vasan Bala is what pretty much sums up the film, Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota. 

The plot revolves around Surya (Abhimanyu Dassani) a lad born with a congenital insensitivity to pain which leads him to have a constricted and overprotective upbringing by his father wherein his only solace is his grandfather (Mahesh Manjrekar) who teaches him to try to comprehend every nerve in his body which will help him to cope with any injury on his body, not to forget our hero always carries a water bag with him to keep himself dehydrated following the advice of his grandfather. The main adventure kicks in when he reconciles with his childhood best friend Supri (Radhika Madan) and together the duo help Karate Mani (Gulshan Devaiah) to ward off his evil twin Jimmy. 

What appeals the most about the film is its suave treatment and an eccentric but a dazzling form of film making which was truly refreshing to watch after such a long time. Vasan Bala has engaged in a very wild and loony execution in terms of the plot, dialogues and characterisation which only adds to the authenticity of the film. The cinematography by Jay Patel and the editing by Prerna Saigal will encapsulate you sometimes in a comic book and satirical kind of a universe with a caricature like characters who are truly amiable to watch. Even the music by Karan Kulkarni and Dipanjan Guha will be fun and nutty to the ears. 

Talking about the performances, debutante Abhimanyu Dassani makes a scintillating debut and is absolutely effortless and suave to behold, there could not have been a better launchpad for him than this one. After Pathaaka, Radhika Madan delivers yet another entertaining act and proves that she is definitely here to stay. Mahesh Manjrekar as Surya's grandfather is amiable and endearing to behold. But it is Gulshan Devaiah who steals the show as both his dual intense characters and we literally could not take off our eyes from him. 

Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota can be rightly termed as the cinema for today. Watch this one to experience a totally crazed, wild and a zany form of film making.