Bollywood Dear Dad Movie Review & Rating | Hit or Flop | Box Office Collection : Dear Dad, is one of the most low budget movie of the year and going to release 06 May 2016 movie has good acting and direction in movie you can catch the relation between a Father and his son and that’s all about in this movie has I think movie has good story plot and that’s exciting.
Dear Dad Movie Review & Rating
Dear Dad is directed by the Tanuj Bhramar and produced by Ratnakar M, Shaan Vyas this movie has a good screenplay by Tanuj Bhramar and that is good because he is the writer of the movie too also editing work is looking good too by Charu Shree Roy.
Like I Told you movie has not that big buzz but it connects the good heart touching story and that is good I think if you wanted to watch this you can because it is a good deal for you.
Story Based on-
Dear Dad is a bittersweet coming of age story; involving a father-son duo – 14-year-old Shivam, and his 45-year-old dad Nitin Swaminathan. The father-son duo embarks on an impromptu road trip from their home, in Delhi, to Mussoorie (Uttarakhand), where Shivam attends boarding school. Unexpected confessions, weird strangers, accidental meetings, a drunken escapade and singing in the rain
Positive point of the movie-
- The movie has a simple story and that is good I think that can attract people.
- The movie has a good screenplay and acting and that is cool.
- The movie has good editing.
Negative point of the movie-
- A movie has a bad presentation by the makers.
- The movie has not that good direction it’s average.
- The movie has not that good music.
I think the movie is good and that is cool also you can watch this movie because this movie has a simple story and I am sure that this movie going to attract people towards it because critics giving good reviews this low budget movie.
Directed by: Tanuj Bhramar
Produced by: Ratnakar M, Shaan Vyas
Written by: Tanuj Bhramar
Starring: Arvind Swamy, Himanshu Sharma, Ekavali Khanna, Aman Uppal
Music by: Raghav-Arjun, Ujjwal Kashyap
Cinematography: Mukesh G
Edited by: Charu Shree Roy