Chirag Paswan's much-awaited debut movie Miley Naa Miley Hum has graced the theatres across the country. The movie has a predictable story and Chirag seems to have failed to deliver a convincing act in it. But the film still manages to hold the attention of viewers with its fun and laughter.
Miley Naa Miley Hum is a romantic thriller, which lacks freshness in the script. The movie has a simple story that is about a separated couple, who love their son and want to impose their choices on him. Although the plot is not inventive, director Tanveer Khan unfolds the events of the film briskly and moves on a consistent pace. He does not focus on anything unnecessarily.
Chirag (Chirag Paswan) is the son of vineyard owner Siddharth (Kabir Bedi) and business magnate Shalini (Poonam Dhillon). His mother and father separated years ago. Both his father and mother try hard to marry off their only son to a girl of their choice - an NRI chick (Sagarika Ghatge) and the desi Punjabi kudi prototype (Neeru Bajwa). So he hires an aspiring model Anishka (Kangana Ranaut) to pose as his girlfriend to ward off the others. What happens next will form the rest of the story.
Chirag Paswan has tried his best to fit in his role in the debut film, but he fails to impress the audience because he maintains the same expression throughout the film. As usual, Kangana Ranaut is good in her respective role. Kabir Bedi, Poonam Dhillon, Sagarika Ghatge, Neeru Bajwa, Kunal Kumar, Dalip Tahil and Suresh Menon have done justice to their respective roles.
In the technical front, Sajid-Wajid's music and Baba Azmi's cinematography are two major attractions. Overall, Miley Naa Miley Hum is good romantic entertainer and it can be enjoyed by the people of all age group.