Review of Thoda Pyar Thoda Magic.
In the film Thoda Pyar Thoda Magic, Saif Ali Khan, a rich industrialist has a lot of money, but no companion. He lost most of the people he loved. In a significant court verdict he is given the liability of taking care of four orphan children.
As Safi Ali Khan neither had the skill of looking after the children nor suited their liking also, most of them were unhappy and some of them were even interested to take revenge against. The children prayed to God to give them an angel, who could help their cause.
After a short struggle of Saif Ali Khan with the four children, Rani Mukherjee appeared in the film. She came to their house as the new care taker and was loved by all the children.
The performance of Saif Ali Khan was just satisfactory but he did not try to do something innovative. Same is with Rani Mukherjee, some way or the other the directors these days are failing to utilize the immense acting talent of Rani Mukherjee.
Shankar- Ehsan-Loy’s music was not that entertaining except the song “pyar ke liye”. The children are impressive including the sikh kid.
The locations are good and the screen presence of Saif Ali Khan and Rani Mukherjee was impressive.
In 2008, none of the films looked like storming bollywood and creating history. Thoda Pyar Thoda Magic also ends up in the same direction. There is everything thoda thoda, little magic, little entertainment but not extraordinarily amazing.