Days of Tafree Reviews
Watching it is reminiscent of attending a disastrous reunion bash where you find everyone annoying but attend it anyway, hoping to find a connect.
...is partly timepass and jarring in all other scenes. Would recommend to watch the original film with subtitles.
Audience Reviews for Days of Tafree
Remake of a wildly popular Gujarati film called "Chhello Divas" (2015), this comedy can be best termed as a time-pass affair, if that makes sense.
A group of friends are inching towards their final college days and have vowed to go out with a bang. So, they plan a cultural event which the college has never seen before. The story essentially follows these friends as they end their college life with uproarious fun.
Trying to be like Pyaar Ka Punchnaam (2011) and its 2015 sequel, the film is a collection of jokes and literal translation of memes that you find on social media and WhatsApp. Low quality humor combined with unfunny slapstick is what there is in the first half. Although, the plot tries to fool you with a tragic incident in the first 10 minutes, you know it's a gimmick, and it becomes clear when you realize that there is no story whatsoever, and the characters here are just fooling around. What the characters do does not look least bit realistic. Enough to test the patience of an informer viewer, who would ideally think twice before going for a movie which has such an obnoxious title.
The second half gasps for humor as the characters cross their threshold, and eventually settle for cheap, sexist jokes to quench the audience's thirst. The cast performance is average, to say the best, and by the time you walk out of the hall, it's doubtful you will remember any of these characters or their dialogues.
BOTTOM LINE: Krishnadev Yagnik's "Days of Tafree" is an attempt to cash in on the success of the original film, but unfortunately is so average, you cannot call it a whole film. How about you read the summary and forget the film? Watch on TV.
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? NO
its good movie , reminded of our college days