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The father-son banter and the obsession with calls of nature both point a knowing finger towards Piku. It will be an irony of sorts if that comes true. Father's film's trailer was enough to pull you over to the theater and son's film's trailer at best puts you off because it is loud and slapsticky.
While I was looking forward to the next Rishi Kapoor starrer, he too seems to be trying too hard. Abhishek Bachchan's struggle with his films look like it is getting worse by the film. And while Asin and Supriya Pathak barely have any significance in the trailer, the hope is that they do more in the film for the latter can certainly pull a card or two of her own in the acting department.
Despite interesting, catchy lyrics, the music isn't too appealing which isn't the best start for the film, but maybe just maybe the hint of son wanting to walk out of his father's shadow will be delved into deeper.