Meri Padosan Review
Some people are completely clueless about screen writing. There has to be a start, a middle and an end in every film. Meri Padosan has a start, but the middle and the end are so amateurish that you wonder how films like this are envisioned in the first place.
The concept -- a reality show -- has taken Indian television by storm. Director Prakash Saini and writer Taarun Takshaay could've come up with a hilarious fare, but what comes across is so boring and tedious that you actually want to make a hasty exit from the auditorium.
Viju [Sanjay Mishra] is a clerk, while Kavita [Saadhika Randhawa] is a doting ousewife. Everything is fine till a struggling director Shyam Gopal Verma [Sarwar Ahuja] comes to stay with two friends Prem [Snehal Dabhi] and Aslam [Khyali] in the neighbourhood.