‘Tumhari Sulu’ Review : From middle class house wife to famous RJ


Film: Tumhari Sulu; Director: Suresh Triveni; Cast: Vidya Balan, Manav Kaul, Neha Dhupia, Malishka Mendonza.

Tumhari Sulu is a story of a middle-class housewife Sulochana Dubey, the role played by Vidya Balan. Instead of 12 class fail she use to pursuit in contest and competitions and won light lamps and pressure cooker etc. Her light got turn when she came up with an announcement of RJ hunt and she decided to participant in it. story turn around her how she becomes a popular RJ over the night. How she handles her success and situations as RJ.

An audience may get relate the story with some instant like Ashok’s constant complaint about the TV company for to sold him a faulty product and Sulu’s family regularly forcing her to leave late night RJ job. During this, the magic of their voice spreads on the Sulu Night Show. Sula is quite a fame there. But during this time working out of the house, she gets away from her family.

How does Sulo fix everything in these conditions? It’s really interesting to see this. For the first time, Suresh Triveni, who tried the hand in the field of direction, has worked hard in the film. Vidya’s acting is tremendous in the film. The song of the song ‘Bane Marie Rani’ has become quite popular even before the film releases. Director Suresh Triveni manages to give middle class feels in the story with her husband Ashok (Manav Kaul) who is a manager in mil and their son Pranav.

The film gets a little bit shaky while filming a lightweight film. Before that, the movie gets bumpy. The film shows the whole story with the eyes of Sulu, in which you will enjoy a lot. Vidya has played that part of Sulu’s character beautifully when her voice listens to the world and she becomes famous overnight.

Neha Dhupia as Maria, who is the boss of Radio Wow fits her role, Vidya as always grace the character and perfectly suits the role.