Evergreen actress Rekha's comeback film "Super Nani" has failed to impress the critics. The film directed by Indra Kumar is based on Gujarati play "Baa Ae Maari Boundary."
"Super Nani" is a women centric film, which gives out a social message on why you should love your mother, but according to critics the film is funny.
Some critics have also called it a super boring film. Performance wise, Rekha has managed to be in the limelight, while the other actors including Randhir Kapoor, Sharman Joshi and Shweta Kumar have given average performances.
Check out the critics reviews below:
Bollywood Hungama News Network said: "SUPER NANI is a wholesome family fare, which can be watched once... only for Rekha."
Sneha May Francis of Emirates 24/7 said: "If Karan Johar taught you how to love your parents, then director Indra Kumar has taken it a step further and put the spotlight on the mommy.
"While Kumar might win points for versatility, for shifting from an audacious adult comedy like 'Grand Masti' into dictating morals in 'Super Nani', his transformation doesn't appear genuine and doesn't win us over."
Mohar Basu of Koimoi.com said: "Super Nani despite a lot of really funny scenes is a disaster to venture into. A wrong plot from the word go, and a pastiche of Ekta Kapoor's brand of brain-damaging serials, this film is a full blown gyaan session on moral values.
"If you manage to save your hearing ability despite the high decibels of screeching females in the film (which will pierce through your ear drums), there is one dreadful film to bear. It's a kitschy version of Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi meets Khoon Bhari Maang. If the noise of it sounds palatable to you, good luck giving it a shot."
Meena Iyer of The Times of India said: "Somewhere along the 133 minutes, you're bound to wonder - why did drop-dead gorgeous Rekha agree to do this film?. She obviously hasn't seen English Vinglish and Queen during her Parliament break.
Subramanian Harikumar of BollywoodLife.com said: "Super Nani is a family film. But we do not recommend to watch Super Nani with your family. Instead go to the theatres with your friends and have a wonderful time laughing your heart out at corny dialogues and a ridiculously outdated plot."