Mister Mummy Hindi Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Mister Mummy Hindi Movie Review: Although both Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia D’Souza have been in films before, Genelia has since retired from the industry to focus on motherhood. After a long hiatus, she and her husband Riteish Deshmukh are returning to the big screen in the upcoming thriller Mister Mummy. Let’s dive into this in-depth assessment to find out if this on- and the off-screen duo managed to keep us entertained.

Mister Mummy Hindi Movie Review


A man comes to see Dr. Satsanghi complaining of all the usual pregnancy-related symptoms, and after running a battery of tests, Satsanghi concludes that the man indeed is pregnant. After that, everything changes for him since he’s pregnant and everyone wants to hear about it because it’s a medical marvel.

Cast & Crew

In addition to Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia D’ Souza, Mahesh Manjrekar and Karishma Kotak also feature in the cast of Mister Mummy. Producers are T-Series, Siva Ananth, and Shaad Ali, while the director is Shaad Ali. Cinematography was done by Sunita Radia, and the score was composed by Sneha Khanwalkar, Tanishk Bagchi, and Rochak Kohli.

Movie Name Mister Mummy
Director Shaad Ali
Music Director Sneha Khanwalkar, Tanishk Bagchi & Rochak Kohli
Producer T-Series, Siva Ananth & Shaad Ali
Genre Comedy, Drama
Cast Riteish Deshmukh, Genelia D’ Souza, Mahesh Manjrekar, Karishma Kotak
Cinematography Sunita Radia

Movie Verdict

After the initial posters for “Mister Mummy” were unveiled, people immediately took notice because the film looked different from anything else out there. The film’s trailer had promised a humorous twist, and it didn’t disappoint, but the actual experience of seeing it fell short. Although the film is centred on the unusual premise of a guy becoming a father, the film’s repetitive nature stems from both its production and its script. Some of the movie’s situations, such as when a man is pregnant and the term used is “Pregmancy,” as well as Riteish’s comedic timing, will make audiences laugh out loud.

Acting-wise, Riteish runs the show in this film; he appears in the majority of the scenes. Since he has previously acted in comedic films, he found playing this character to be a breeze. Despite his success in entertaining the crowd, his on-screen appearance could be off-putting to some. The time Genelia spends on screen is brief, but she makes the most of it. Mahesh Manjrekar, who plays a doctor, also contributes to the film’s entertainment value and does a serviceable job in the part. Every other performer in the play adhered to their respective scripts exactly.

Generally speaking, Mr. Mummy doesn’t look too bad. All of the tracks by Sneha Khanwalkar, Tanishk Bagchi, and Rochak Kohli are forgettable and the music is not very noteworthy. Sunita Radia did a wonderful job behind the camera. The editing work by Vaishnavi Krishnan may have been improved. The production values are excellent.

The films of director Shaad Ali, who made a name for himself with hits like “Saathiya” and “Bunty Aur Babli,” ultimately fell flat with audiences. Although the Mister Mummy movie had a novel premise with the potential to provide a lot of laughs, Shaad failed to create some fantastic scenes and made the film appear regular.

All things considered, Mister Mummy is a very standard comedic drama that provides some light entertainment. If you enjoy Riteish Deshmukh’s comedic timing, you can see this film in theatres.

Plus Points:

  • Riteish Deshmukh
  • Few comedy scenes

Minus Points:

  • Later Half
  • Writing
  • Music

Rating: 2.5/5

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