Wondering If 'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha' Will Float Or Sink At The Box Office? This Pictorial Review Will Tell You!

Toilet: Ek Prem Katha has released in the theatres all across the nation. While everyone has their hopes in the film and believe that this might do magic on the box office and finally end the dry spell,the verdict will be out in a few days only. As of now, if you are wondering how the film has turned out to be, we are here to help.

Check out this unique pictorial review of Toilet Ek Prem Katha, and we promise there are no spoilers ahead!

1. Akshay Kumar as Keshav Pandit

Wondering If 'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha' Will Float Or Sink At The Box Office? This Pictorial Review Will Tell You!

Akshay plays a gamut of emotions as the simpleton Keshav Pandit who can do anything for the woman he loves- Jaya. He changes from a silly chichora guy to a man who is determined to fight his way and change how people in his village thinks about a toilet at their house! Akshay is brilliant as ususal in the film.

2. Bhumi Pednekar as Jaya Joshi

Wondering If 'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha' Will Float Or Sink At The Box Office? This Pictorial Review Will Tell You!

Jaya is a fierce and determined girl who is daring and brave enough to take a bold step even though it might break her heart. She knows what her rights are, and what she wants and can go to great heights to get it! Bhumi has proved her mettle in the film and even though she is paired opposite an overpowering superstar, she holds her ground and presence throughout the film!

3. The important aspects of the film and their rating:

Wondering If 'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha' Will Float Or Sink At The Box Office? This Pictorial Review Will Tell You!

The film is thoroughly entertaining and has the right mix of emotion, humour and drama. The performnace has been the strongest point in the film.

4. Movie in a martini shot

Wondering If 'Toilet: Ek Prem Katha' Will Float Or Sink At The Box Office? This Pictorial Review Will Tell You!

The movie has a lot of Swaccha Bharat Abhiyaan campaign by the end, as you can expect. It also has a lot of 'Lota Party conversations' and not so much of potty humour. It also captures the culture of rural India beautifully, with all the orthodox traditions and superstitions.

Overall the film is a must watch!

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