Sooper Se Ooper’s trailer made us believe that the film would at least give us plenty of laughs, if not anything else. The film in a way lives up to what it almost seems to promise in the trailer. However, it achieves this feat by ridiculing itself, i.e. through its highly immature plot and direction.
A property feud is the base on which the story develops. Ranveer Singh(Vir Das), our protagonist, has to run from pillar-to-post to inherit a property that belongs to his deceased mother. Das acts in his element and has done a fairly commendable job. But what really bothers me is that Das hasn’t experimented one bit with his look or the kind of characters that he has been portraying ever since his debut in Bollywood.