Ayushmann Khurrana’s Doctor G forgets the show-more-than-tell dictum and never becomes the cracker it should have been.
Ayushmann Khurrana’s ‘Doctor G‘ follows a fixed formula in which he becomes a gynecologist, but this film is about much more than that, and the sooner the audience learns about this, the better.
Ayushmann Khurrana, who has scored a hat-trick of three consecutive flop films ‘Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan’, ‘Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui’ and ‘Anek’ in theaters, is on the verge of a fourth consecutive flop.
The ‘G’ here is not the first letter of gynecologist, but the first letter of gynecologist. The amount of hard work I have done to explain to you the meaning of ‘G’, if you put in the same amount of effort while watching this film, you will feel good by the end of the movie. In order to enjoy the film, it is necessary to have some patience and to understand that it is another such taboo subject that has been stuffed into a comedy package.
Let’s talk about Anubhuti Kashyap’s first film, ‘Doctor G‘. And that’s what I felt first. In the film, Neeraj is such a close friend of Ghaywan that he has adopted Neeraj’s name on the table in a scene in the medical college.
Writers’ credits swoon among directors
A film critic is bound to see the director at the end of the show if it is his debut. In ‘Doctor Ji’, Anubhuti introduces herself as ‘Directory’ in Hindi. As soon as the film was over, she met and after finding out that what is called Directory in Hindi is called Directory in English, she probably googled it.
It was Saurabh and Vishal who wrote the story of the film, and when they were praised, they said, ‘Yes, they wrote something, but after I and Sumit worked hard on it, we came up with the final draft. It was made.’ Anubhuti’s first film is made. He had praised Akash and Madhur, who wrote the story of his new film ‘Thank God’ when he met director Indra Kumar two days ago. Let’s talk about Ayushmann Khurrana, who charges Rs 10 crore for this 35 crore film.