Mere Dad Ki Maruti is a 2013 Bollywood comedy film directed by Ashima Chibber, featuring Saqib Saleem, Ram Kapoor and Prabal Panjabi in lead roles. It also features newcomer Rhea Chakraborty in a pivotal role.Wikipedia
Mere Dad Ki Maruti Reviews
It's light and easy, and not hard to like. Just don't expect much more.
On the upside, the Punjabbi-ness is not exaggerated. No giddhas-bhangras. No bijis-baujis. And no rock-garden-Chandigarh or Sukhna-lake-Chandigarh.
Give it a whirl. Like a Rado wristwatch that a character automatically dismisses for fake, this film may not look it but happens to be the real thing.
Mere Dad Ki Maruti is a winner, an easy film to like. Go right ahead.
Don't expect an out-and-out comedy, the film is a light-hearted family entertainer with a message for the youth. Do take your dad along for it, in his gaddi!
Mere Dad Ki Maruti is just another really well made small budgeted film that tickles your funny bones, breaking you down into fits of unforced giggles and laughter! Give your popcorn a miss and enjoy this mad cap comic caper as it will be worth your time and money! Waste feil gayi, yaar!
On the whole, MERE DAD KI MARUTI is a joyride. Mazedaar, masaledaar, full-on entertainer. Hitch a ride on this one instantly!
Audience Reviews for Mere Dad Ki Maruti
Are you a Punjabi? Relatable- check. Are you wedding game? Enjoyable- Check. Are you a DDLJ person? Ram Kapoor's authoritative performance- check. My checklist gets just a few ticks up, and the movie is not one of my high favourites. Wondering why the film's here? Because it's exactly that mindless masala romantic entertainer you rarely get to fully fledged proportions these days. It has comedy, drama, romance, everything- but it doesn't compromise to a relatable plot premise. Anything which offers you a story like Mere Dad Ki Maruti is a goddamn hella good joyride. There is full Chak De Fatte faadu 'danger' dulhan-dulha story with a reminiscent tone of Jab We Met we haven't met before.