Mitron Quick Movie Review: Unexpectedly Entertaining

Mitron Quick Movie Review: Unexpectedly Entertaining
Author : Hetal Sawant

Feature Name: Mitron

Director: Nitin Kakkar

Cast: Jackky Bhagnani, Kritika Kamra, Pratik Gandhi, Neeraj Sood, Shivam Parekh

Runtime: 2 Hrs 20 Mins

Jai (Jackky Bhagnani), who has mostly been a loser all his life, barely making out as an engineer, is a foodie at heart and wants to become a chef. Avni (Kritika Kamra), on the contrary, is a headstrong independent woman who wants to travel to Australia for further studies.

When Avni’s ex-boyfriend ditches her and Jai’s father fed up with his son’s failing, arrange marriage is a choice given to both of them. Accidentally, Jai and Avni meet and both’s lives change for the better.

Watch the trailer here:

An Pelli Choopulu” adaptation, Mitron is funny, active and humorous. You will absolutely love all the beating numbers in this movie. With the entire cast’s perfected Gujarati dialect, this one’s a proper family watch.

Special mentions to two of supporting cast who stole the limelight, not in one but many scenes, Raunak (Pratik Gandhi) with his punchline and timings, he plays the role of Jai’s friend in the movie and Neeraj Sood (Jai’s father) with his perfect Gujarati dialogues.

We give Mitron 3.5 buzzing bees and a pot of honey for Pratik for his comic timing.


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