Sharmajee Ki Beti

2024 [HINDI]

Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 70% · 10 reviews
IMDb Rating 5.6/10 10 307 307

Top cast

Sakshi Tanwar as Jyoti Sharma
Saiyami Kher as Tanvi Sharma
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1.03 GB
Hindi 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 55 min
Seeds 33
2.12 GB
Hindi 5.1
24 fps
1 hr 55 min
Seeds 48

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by robinrajan-01816 1 / 10

Pathetic movie

I spent some time reviewing this title. While it features some great actors and actresses, the storyline is really bad. I lost hope within the first 20 minutes. The ending was also very disappointing. Overall, it's not worth your time.

The movie tries to tackle too many themes at once, making it feel overstuffed and unfocused. The characters, although well-acted, often come across as clichéd and lack depth. The pacing is uneven, with some scenes dragging on while others feel rushed. Additionally, the humor feels forced and doesn't land well, detracting from the overall experience.

Avoid this movie waste of concept and time.

Reviewed by sevenheavenus 1 / 10

Pathetic !

"Sharma Ji Ke Beti" is a film that attempts to explore contemporary social issues but falls flat due to its irresponsible portrayal of underage characters. The movie is marred by inappropriate dialogues and behaviors exhibited by children, which not only feels forced but also deeply uncomfortable.

The narrative, which could have been an insightful commentary on societal norms, is overshadowed by the shock value of these interactions. Instead of contributing meaningfully to the story, the explicit dialogues delivered by young actors serve as a distraction and raise questions about the ethical considerations of such portrayals.

The performances, despite the talent of the young actors, are overshadowed by the distasteful script. It's unfortunate to see their potential wasted on such material. The direction and writing show a lack of sensitivity and awareness, failing to balance the need for realism with the necessity of protecting the innocence of its young characters.

Overall, "Sharma Ji Ke Beti" misses the mark significantly. The film's reliance on inappropriate content undermines any message it might have intended to convey. It's a disappointing watch, especially given the ethical issues involved in the depiction of children in such a manner.

Reviewed by wonderwellwisher 9 / 10

A solid movie about basic struggle of women in fun manner

I always enjoy watching female-oriented movies that are either packed with a message or offer a fun-filled ride, and this one falls into both categories.

The story revolves around two daughters and three women who share the Sharma surname. One narrative follows a working-class woman, played brilliantly by Sakshi Tanwar, dealing with her teenage daughter, Vanshika Taparia. Vanshika has a meaty role in the movie and shines throughout. Sharib Hashmi, as the supportive husband, gives a decent performance.

Divya Dutta, portraying a small-town woman in Mumbai, nails her character, and Arista Mehta, as her daughter, is noteworthy. Parvin Dabas is good in his limited screen time. Saiyami Kher, as a cricketer, performs well and fits her character perfectly.

Tahira Kashyap, the director, has crafted a delightful story that touches on various subjects and is highly relatable. The depiction of teenage issues is the fun part of the movie, and many girls, as well as parents dealing with their daughters, will relate to it. The supportive husband is a sweet addition, making you wish for a partner as supportive as him. The portrayal of small-town challenges in a big city is spot on, and the friendship between teenage girls stands out as a highlight of the movie. Finally, a girl's perseverance in pursuing her dreams is shown with a lot of grace.

What doesn't work is the unnecessary inclusion of angles related to homosexuality and infidelity. It seems they tried too hard to showcase many aspects of a woman's life. Sometimes, simplicity is better, and there's no need to overdo it.

Tahira need not be known just as Ayushmann Khurrana's wife; she has proven her mettle with this movie. What works best about this movie is that it never gets preachy, making you feel highly connected and emotionally invested. Watch this liberating, fun movie, which will surely bring a smile to your face. #pranureviews #SharmajeeKiBeti #SharmajeeKiBetiReview.

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