Star Cast – Chirag Paswan, Kangna Ranaut, Kabir Bedi, Poonam Dhillon, Dalip Tahil, Suresh Menon, and Sagarika Ghatge.
Director – Tanveer Khan
Producer – Anuuj Saxena
Music Director – Sajid Wajid
Genre – Romantic Family Drama
There are audiences that love some unusual kind of love stories that are nicely woven with other topics that may interest. Miley Naa Miley Hum is one such movie that might impress certain audiences but fails to make an impression because it does not have any limelight factor that can draw audiences in the movie halls. Directed by Tanveer Khan, Miley Naa Miley Hum stars Chirag Paswan, Kangna Ranaut, Kabir Bedi, Poonam Dhillon, Dalip Tahil, Suresh Menon, and Sagarika Ghatge.
The movie revolves around Chirag (Chirag) who comes from broken family. Chirag’s father, Siddharth (Kabir) owns a vineyard while his mother Shalini (Poonam) is a business tycoon. They have decided to stay away from each other since Chirag’s childhood because they were not able to provide good quality time to each other and because of few differences. This hurts Chirag all the time and he has a desire to bring back his parents together. When Chirag grows up, his mother Shalini wants him to marry Kamiah (Sagarika) and his father wants him to marry Manjeet (Neeru). To escape this Chirag makes a story that he loves someone else and accidentally points at Anishka’s advertisement hoarding who works as a model. Siddharth and Shalini both try to convince Anishka to marry Chirag, but Chirag on the other hand deals with Anishka to bring his parents together.
On performance level, Chirag never looks like a first time actor. He has a nice facial appearance and screen presence but he needs better roles that can help him to polish his acting skills. Kangna has definitely proved her mettle in the past films and she does the same again in MNMH. She is really good in her character as Anishka with simple makeup compare to the role she did in Rascals. Kabir Bedi and Poonam Dhillon are the senior actors in the movie and they have done their role well keeping the story alive. Technically, the movie fails because it has an average cinematography by Baba Azmi. The story by Tanveer Khan is different but punctuated with boring music it becomes painful for the audience. The music by Sajid Wajid is nothing extraordinary and therefore none of the songs are something that can keep the audiences happy.
To conclude, Miley Naa Miley Hum is an average family drama that might appeal to people who prefer slow family dramas. There is not much of tragedy involved in the script but the slow pace is something that audiences will never like about it. The acting scale is good but the poor script at some places make the movie bit unstable. However, it is still recommended for those families who do not like the high pitch masala movies that normally get people going all the time.