Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke Reviews
There is no reason for 'Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke' to exist except that producer-director Jyotin Goel’s son, Dev Goel, is now of kissable age and has acquired muscles — feats that daddy dear thinks deserve a public audience.
Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke is a fun-filled road movie zestfully driven by the director, but alas the road is littered with too many sleeping dogs. Dev Goel makes a confident debut. Hopefully, he will be provided with better material next time. Maybe a remake of Dus Lakh upgraded to '100 Crore'?
Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke at no cue gives you a reason to watch the film. Garnished with bizarre rococo nonsense, the film is a painful experience. Though veteran actors provide some pleasing benefits, overall the story blabbers on gibberish-ly not giving its audiences any respite from the baloney!
On the whole, HUM HAI RAAHI CAR KE is below par.
There’s no lack of tepid efforts in Bollywood and this film adds to the list. In this peculiar instance, the car bears the price for the mishap others underwent.