STORY: In a regressive, fictitious hamlet of Gujarat, a meek and helpless husband (Ranveer Singh as Jayeshbhai) should resort to guerrilla warfare to be able to shield his spouse Mudra (Shalini Pandey) and 9-year-old feisty daughter from his patriarchal dad and mom (Boman Irani and Ratna Pathak Shah). Can he muster some braveness to empower the ladies of his village by preventing the beti-nahi-beta chahiye samaaj and system?REVIEW: Jayeshbhai can not damage a fly to save lots of his life however has a coronary heart that wishes to do higher and be higher than the misogynist and chauvinistic surroundings that he was raised in. Is he man sufficient to try this?Debutant writer-director Divyang Thakkar makes an attempt to make use of humour and satire to query social points like gender stereotype, disparity and feminine infanticide. The intent is appreciated however juvenile execution and weak writing make it inconceivable even for somebody like Ranveer Singh to salvage the script. The latest Sharmaji Namkeen additionally addressed gender constructs with a splash of humour however by no means trivialised ache. Jayeshbhai is unable to acknowledge the problems because it’s extra obsessive about providing quirky leisure. Nevertheless, to realize that, the writing must be intelligent and that is not the case right here. Be it home abuse, sufferer shaming or lady baby empowerment, nothing makes an impression because the comedian punches not often land. Ranveer’s monologue on pappi (kiss) comes at such an inappropriate second within the movie that it evokes unintentional laughter. That humorous second, too, loses its attraction as soon as it is overstretched. The setting and accents too appear pretentious. Given the plot, you patiently await moments that tug at your heartstrings however they by no means come. Ranveer Singh is a firecracker in the case of performances and display presence however the script douses his hearth. Nevertheless, regardless of the inventive glitches, Ranveer’s vitality and relentless effort to entertain retains you hopeful and maintain onto the movie until the tip. The unique Preeti from Arjun Reddy (Shalini Pandey) carries her submissive act ahead right here as effectively. For the longest time Hindi movies have worshiped alpha males. Divyang hopes to show that template round and query false bravado by way of his timid however decided hero. He additionally tries to take a light-hearted have a look at grim points, however uninspiring writing lets his movie down by a mile.