Impatient Vivek Review
A thought often crosses my mind while watching some films. Do people involved in those films actually know what they're making? This thought crossed my mind not once, twice or thrice, but several times while watching Impatient Vivek. One wonders what this film is all about. Is it a love story? Or is it about a dysfunctional family's quarrels? Is it meant to make you laugh? Sadly, in this film the laughs are hard to come by.
To be honest, I didn't quite understand what this film was trying to say in the first place. Assorted characters and various plots have been mixed and merged to make a 2-hour fare, which, sadly, leaves you feeling exasperated at its conclusion.
Vivek [Vivek Sudershan], who people fondly call IV, falls hopelessly in love with Shruti [Sayali Bhagat] at the scenic locales of Goa. After a cold response from her, the dejected IV returns to his hometown in Rajasthan and two years later, fate knocks on his doors as he accidentally bumps into her. Dejected after knowing that she is already engaged, a spurned lover in Vivek decides to take over. He kidnaps Shruti. Her family makes desperate attempts to trace her. In the end, all's well that ends well.