'Sui Dhaaga' is an ultimate, rag-tag, underdog story. But it is also unconditionally high on its heartfelt bits. You feel these characters, their urgency to reach out to each other, and their tendency to practice and make things work when they don't. This makes it a wonderful, delightful drama.
But, this love story has an extremely dull start. It's sequences feel overtly manipulative, and the sympathetic strands don't reach out to the audiences as they should have: it tries a languid, emotional pace. But the magic that made 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha' a winner all the way doesn't make the Sharat Katariya film that poignant. But you can still watch it because its easily high on sweet content. Its progress is dissatisfactory, but you'll love how these people win you over. Varun Dhawan, Raghubir Yadav and Anushka are strong enough. It's textures don't dwell into a boring heart or a weak script, however overtly simplistic it may be.