Bollywood Movie Mrs Serial Killer Shirish Kunder
Shirish Kunder has tried to mix horror and comedy in Mrs. Serial Killer and actors like Manoj Bajpayee have followed in her footsteps, but the end result is as good as Joker or Jaan-E-Mann. Now, when I am writing this with Justin Bieber songs playing in the background, believe me, none of this makes any sense to me. Maybe, Kunder is a misunderstood genius whose work will interest you after 100 years, but even then at least this generation will not have to suffer again and regret our choices.
It is a place in Uttarakhand where Sona Mukherjee (Jacqueline Fernandez) lives with her husband Mrityunjay Mukherjee (Manoj Vajpayee). Some unmarried but pregnant women were killed and circumstantial evidence points to death. A vengeful inspector Imran Shahid (Mohit Raina) is handling the case and it seems he will not easily stop chasing the truth. Before we move on, guess why this movie is called Mrs Serial Killer? Because someone wrote these words on Mukherjee’s border wall after his husband’s arrest, it is literally written. The young boy written on Kabir Khan‘s wall in Chak De India was ten times smarter than these people! Then there are the unconventional taekwondo lessons with unsolicited advice on how to be an ideal film.
If this is not to honor Vajpayee’s talent, then there was good reason to file a case against Kundar for confiscating the director’s license. It would have been easy to win because the authorities would have to watch Kunder’s films if they were to realize his true potential! Sometimes critics take a shot to save another.
The first 20 minutes of the film do look like a total attack on the senses, but what do you do? You can only wait for the slightest happiness in life. In a 105-minute film, it arrives quite late, about 15 minutes before the end. By then, you’re dead in the brain and need some beavers to recover: is it stupid not to say sorry?
Even if it was planned as a joke, it requires more intelligence and not just CID 2.0: Oh, my god, Lash! It was a confusing script that demanded fine-tuning by many drafts, or the visitor would kindly say: Darwaza Band Hi, Matlab Andar Koi Nahi (Door Closed, which means no one is inside. Using a psycho-inspired background score is not enough for a low IQ. Working from home is tough anyway. I don’t understand why Shirish Kundar had to be made more difficult?