Vicky Kaushal shines amid a compelling ensemble cast including content creator Srishti Dixit, but the film's preachy tone and missed subtlety hinder its potential.
Vicky Kaushal continues to explore family dramas with "The Great Indian Family," his second film in this genre this year.
The film, directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya, delves into the themes of religion and family, making them central to the narrative.
The plot takes an intriguing turn when Ved (Vicky Kaushal), discovers his true identity, causing turmoil within his family & community.
The film boasts a talented ensemble cast, with notable performances by Kumud Mishra, Manoj Pahwa & Srishti Dixit, among others.
Srishti Dixit's portrayal of Ved's twin sister stands out as a supportive and fierce sibling character.
The film dares to address inclusivity, which is a relevant theme in today's world, although it does so in a rather preachy manner.
Unlike Vijay Krishna Acharya's previous films like Dhoom & Tashan, this movie takes a different route, focusing on a town in the Hindi belt.
The film delicately handles the romance between Aishwarya & Ved against a backdrop of traditional family values.
While the film addresses important themes, it does so in a heavy-handed & cliched manner, missing opportunities for subtlety.