Mamta pushes Mauji to ditch his job and start his own tailoring business. As expected, Mauji’s father, essayed by Raghubir Yadav, is not too happy to see his son branch on his own as he has no faith in him. However, its Mamta’s faith that pushed Mauji to achieve the impossible.
Mauji and Mamta become partners in their own enterprise which involves sewing machines and design wizardry. What happens to them and their lives is what the film is all about.
Sui Dhaaga has been carefully woven with strong performances and music to die for. Anu Malik has once again done complete justice and has delivered songs that are hummable. Coming to the performances, well both Varun and Anushka have belted out sincere performances. Mauji and Mamta look believable and it’s a welcoming change to watch the two in such a film.
It’s not about make-up or no make-up, it’s not even about rural or modern set it, but it’s about the sincere effort that both Varan and Anushka have put in. Kudos to both of them.
However, the actor to watch out for is Abha Parmar, who essays the role of Mauji’s mother. She justifies every moment of her screen-time. She is cute, adorable and endearing even when she’s doling out daily chores to her Mamta from the hospital bed. Abha, you are a star!!
The only issue, if one can call that an issue, in the film is the fact that its too predictable and one knows the climax of the film from the very beginning. After Dum Laga Ke Haisha, I was expecting Sharat Katariya to surprise me, but sadly this one does not. None the less its a film worth your time.
All in all, Sui Dhaaga is a simple film which has been told simply. Do catch this one as it will bring a smile to your face and will also push you to have faith not only on yourself but on other’s as well.
Rating: Three And A Half