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Director relies on a bucket full of childish narratives to convey an uplifting story. It gives us something to fist-pump and cheer for — the dream of a victory.
A film like Main Hoon Shahid Afridi somewhat does justice to our obsession with cricket.
But does it aptly portray the stature of poster boy Boom Boom himself? The captain of Pakistani team Akbar Deen Humayun Saaed becomes a national disgrace when police in Dubai discover him intoxicated and in the possession of drugs in his hotel room. He is banned from the cricket arena and disowned by his lower middle-class elderly parents, wife Mahnoor Baloch and young son for bringing shame to the family.
Fast forward 15 years later. A small cricket club in Sialkot is in desperate need of a coach to prepare it for a local cricket competition. From here on, the journey for Deen and Shahid Bhatti — the talented but raw cricket-loving youth who hopes to become the next Shahid Afridi — begins.
The younger lot of actors deserves special mention; individually and collectively, they take attention away from senior cast members. Noman Habib as Shahid is so immersed in his character that it often seems he is playing his natural self.
Add a bit of Gohar Rasheed to his screen space and they give you one of the most immaculate chemistries on screen. Shafqat Cheema as Bhatti sahab is as impactful as always and Ismail Tara is a source of occasional humour with his animated portrayal of Chotay Malik sahab.
The biggest disappointment of the film is Humayun Saaed. Almost like the Voice of God in Hollywood movies, Saeed as Deen appears wherever he wants and however he likes — in his colourful Nike jackets and tracks or jeans the idea of wearing jeans to training sessions is beyond us.
He delivers his lines with monotony, leaving you to decipher the meaning of every spoken word. Sexy Mahnoor Baloch makes an appearance with limited scenes, whereas director Osama fails to capitalise on the potential of Javed Sheikh and Nadeem Baig.
No matter how done to death the story is, the dialogues stand out. Kudos to Vasay Chaudhry for some hilarious one-liners. Stylistically, the film is below average compared to other recent Pakistani releases.
Excessively bleached colour grading at places too seems without purpose. Logically, when the emotional pre-final match visit to Mazar-e-Quaid in Karachi was shown, one wonders why the match itself was played at the Moin Khan Academy instead of the National Stadium. The cricket shots, the essence of any film on cricket, are executed half- heartedly and without finesse.
The film makes a conscious effort to send out a positive message. It is heartwarming, but the director relies on a bucket full of stereotypes and childish narratives to convey it.
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