Take It Easy is a film that focuses on how & why it is so important to make them a good human being first, rather than a good doctor/engineer/architect/or any professional. The concept that 'The First School' starts at home is reiterated throughout the script.Wikipedia
Take It Easy Reviews
With some easy moments, this film could have been easier to watch, but not when there is no break from loud background music, loud melodrama, and loud dialogues. Even the children, who all try hard to be as natural as possible, are weighed down under all the preachiness.
... the film lacks continuity and gives an impression that certain portions were chopped off randomly to cut the length.Raj Zutshi stands out and so do the two children. The film tries too hard to hold you emotionally. If only the makers took it easy, this one could have been a winner.
If only the makers had stayed true to the plot, this movie would have been easier on the mind and eye.
Many a time, the problem with such heavy-on-message films is they get carried away by their own preaching. This film cautiously goes slow, emphasising on actions more than words. After all, the idea is to let the grownups understand a bit about the burden kids carry nowadays. The repetitive shots of the two protagonists breaking down under pressure compels you to take notice.
Take it Easy stresses on an important message that will resonate with most of us. We have all dealt with parental pressure, competitive exams and disappointments at some point in our lives. The film may not be a complete one in all respects but deserves a watch for its earnestness.
Just like cinematic villains verbally spell out their master plans, children in this movie seem to be completely self-aware. Their lines are like recitals; a little girl who can barely pronounce her own name tells her friends that she fails purposely so that her parents don't expect too much. It's clear that these kids don't know any better, and are voicing their writers' opinions.