This is the time of the year when schools have their Annual Days and children put up amateur productions. The plays may not be that great but doting parents will watch adoringly and clap enthusiastically even though the hero forgot his lines and the heroine decided to start crying.
What the Phish falls in this category of drama. Only difference is that there has been money spent on producing this film, paying its actors (maybe) and making viewers,who are not even distantly related to anybody associated with the movie, pay for the experience.
Dimple Kapadia is a bad tempered woman who allows her niece’s boyfriend to house-sit her home while she goes off for a month. He in turn lends it to a friend who lends it to another and so on and so forth. So, there is an endless procession of people dreamt up by the scriptwriter- eloping couple, cross-dressing boxer, a goon, some north-eastern people, a tantric etc etc. There is a hapless animated fish and a hopeless money plant caught in the middle of all this coming and going.
The plot is a stage comedy one and could have been funny if the screenplay was sharper. But like I said, school productions can’t go beyond a certain level of comedy and with the kind of humour this shows, its best left to teenagers or maybe younger folks.
Also, will people plllleeaaassseee stop showing men pee? It is disgusting and boring and not even remotely funny.
What the phish, fish, dish.. this is a saazish. Go watch your cousin’s wife’s sister’s niece’s son’s kindergarten Annual play instead. Small kids always make you laugh.view less