A heartwarming story of pride and self reliance, which finds its roots in the heart of India and reflects the passion that runs through the veins of every single Indian. Taking the message of “Made in India” forward, the film modestly tries to bring back our traditional art forms and handicrafts in focus. The film is helmed by National award winning Producer – Director Duo of Maneesh Sharma and Sharat Katariya “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” and features Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma in the lead roles. Through the hero and his wife, film talks about the need of social entrepreneurship as a tool for social and economic development of our artisans, living their life in the margins due to the changing times. Set in a small town in India, the film encapsulates the journey of an honest man from a humble background, who pursues his passion, overcoming all odds and soon finds himself on the cover of an international magazine with the world taking note and appreciating his talent. A clean family …
User Reviews: Director Sharat Katariya does take a few cinematic liberties, but there are enough real moments to move you. In a winning first half, he successfully establishes his main characters and their problems. Smart usage of humour in dialogues ups the entertainment quotient, even when the going gets tough for the characters. While the narrative doesn’t get too preachy or predictable, the second half is simply convenient. Also, while Mauji’s struggle for self-employment finds ample mention, there isn’t much to justify his excellence in the craft, except his failed legacy. However, these are minor patches in the overall fabric of the film that is cut for entertainment. Sui Dhaaga is sewn together with strong performances and moments that tell a convincing story.
Sui Dhaaga falls well short of perfection, but it never comes unstuck. It passes muster as a wholesome entertainer embellished with humour, warmth, authentic emotional trappings and actors adept at going seamlessly along with the flow. Definitely worth the price of the ticket, if not more.
While the first half is filled with feel-good moments, the second half gets slightly indulgent as the plot veers towards suspension of disbelief, especially considering the grim economic climate.Sui Dhaaga is a wholesome entertainer which demands that you don’t over-analyse it by pulling at its weak threads. It has its sparkling moments – mainly due to the performances of the actors and the nuggets of humour that are thrown in. So why not pin your hopes on Sui Dhaaga?
Director Sharat Kataria’s last film, ‘Dum Laga Ke Haisha’ was appreciated for his knack of capturing the small-town love story between a misfit couple. He brings similar authenticity to ‘Sui Dhaaga’. With his writing, he crafts his characters with care and gives us a story that is heartwarming.The film brings back the combination of Sharat Kataria, Anu Malik and lyricist Varun Grover. Songs like ‘Chaav Laga’, ‘Sui Dhaaga’ to the foot tapping ‘Sab Badhiya Hai’ are high on melody and add to the texture of the film. Despite its minor flaws the movie is an engaging