Prakash Electronics : Movie Review

Producer: Rajesh Jain

Director: Manoj Sharma

Star Cast: Hemant Pandey, Hrishitaa Bhatt, Manoj Pahwa,Himani Shivpuri, Sanjay Mishra, Vrajesh Hirjee, Rajpal Yadav, Manoj Joshi and Chandrachur Singh

Genre: Comedy

Rating: *


The film has a good hearted electrician as the hero Prakash (Hemant Pandey,) who falls for a neighborhood belle Barkha (Hrishitaa Bhatt,) is all about faulty wiring and connections when it comes to story telling. An orphan, the protagonist Prakash is conned out of the property his parents left him by his sister and brother in law. An introvert by nature, but an overall nice guy, he grows up to be a moderately successful electrician and does repair work for neighbours. A pretty girl, Barkha (Hrishita Bhatt,) rents a house in his building and he wants to marry her, but Barkha is an aspiring actress and Prakash doesn’t like people who work in films.  Hemant Pandey is passable while one cannot fathom what exactly is Chandrachur Singh doing in the awful film. Though the film has a handful of funny scenes, it is pathetic that you have to wait for the jokes through cringe inducing melodrama. The film by itself is in serious need of repair on its script, music and jokes. To sum up, this film is the kind of absurdly incompetent movie that would make as much (lack of) sense and it is my advice that you should skip it without a second thought,