These days any new bollywood venture is launched and the first thing a director has to clarify that its not a Hollywood copy. In this case, the director of the movie had to categorically deny that the movie is not a take on Marry Poppins.
It is the first film of Kunal Kohli as a producer as well as director.
Find spoilers below. [If you prefer to discover the movie in a theater or on TV, do not read].
The movie plot is something like this – there is an orphan boy who has lost all his near and dear ones and is not studying in a boarding school. There he is a star student winning all prizes, competition etc.
Saif Ali Khan plays the role of the older Ranbeer, a high-profile businessman, getting awards across the spectrum.
One fateful night, his car runs into another one and the Walias who are in the other car die, resulting in Ranbeerâ€™s arrest and the bereavement of the four Walia children.
Instead of a prison sentence, Ranbeer is assigned the responsibility of the four children, financially as well as emotionally for a three month trial period. Should Ranbeer fail, he will become a jail bird.
Obviously the kids â€“ Vasisht, Avantika, Aditi and Iqbal are raring to go for a revenge and thus agree to move in with Ranbeer. It isnâ€™t a smooth sailing for Ranbeer and one evening they all look up to the almighty god for help.
Rishi Kapoor plays the role of an all-dressed-in-white god, who is surrounded by a cluster of female angels. After hearing their prayers, he sends off his favourite angel, Geeta – played by Rani Mukherjee, to make the orphans and their new guardian learn to love each other.
The story takes a U turn as Geeta enters their lives as a nanny and stays on with them as their didi. The movieâ€™s plot is predictable, yet there arenâ€™t any ridiculous twists. Despite the fictitious storyline, Kohli sticks to the basic formula of a family entertainer with a mixture of fun and fantasy.
Going by the story, if the movie is packaged well, your kids might enjoy the movie [Even you also may have a good time watching it].