A wise man once said, “If we can donate blood to save a life, why can’t we donate sperms to grant a life?” Couples are ready to pay big moolahs for the sperm.
Keeping this idea in mind, director Shoojit Sircar made a bold attempt with his latest release ‘Vicky Donor’. Sircar\'s brave attempt with an advanced thinking, ultramodern movie finally turned out to be quite inspiring and entertaining affair.
Story: ‘Vicky Donor’ narrates a love story between a punjabi boy and a bengali girl. Vicky is a good-for-nothing, jobless fellow until he donates his sperms for good, under the influence of Dr. Chaddha, who runs an infertility clinic in Delhi.
Vicky gets married to his lady-love. But, story takes a twist when the couple’s cheerful life gets thrashed because of Vicky’s job as a sperm donor.
Vicky’s widowed mother Dolly Ahluwalia and his grandmom Kamlesh Gill, definitely needs special mention as they delivered stunning performance throughout. Even Annu Kapoor too deserves a big-big applause for his exceptional acting skills.
Music: The music of ‘Vicky Donor’ constitutes a mandatory ‘bhangra’ number ‘Rum Whiskey’ will surely get you into the dancimg mood. The other soundtracks ‘Mar Jayian’ and ‘Pani Da Rang’ are already topping the charts.
Performance: It\'s a performance-oriented role and Shoojit Sircar has, very aptly, chosen a deserving candidate for the assignment. Ayushmann is a complete natural, has all the trappings of a fine actor and delivers a super confident performance. He is indeed an artiste of caliber and aptitude.
Popular television actress Yami Gautam makes an imposing debut. She adds enormous value to the movie by her acting, screen presence and striking looks. She\'s truly admirable towards the latter part of the film.
Remarks: ‘Vicky Donor’ marks John Abraham’s foray into production. The Punjabi tadka and Delhi culture adds sparkle to an interesting subject.
All in all, ‘Vicky Donor’ is a small film with a big heart. Witty, funny and also emotional, the movie vastly enlightens and hugely entertains!
Kudos to Shoojit Sircar, John Abraham, Ayushmann Khuranna, Yami Gautam and Annu Kapoor!
Congratulations for taking Indian Cinema forward in a wonderfully entertaining way and setting new standards!!