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Doctor G Movie Review: Story of ‘Doctor G’ seems to be scattered, ‘Ayushmann Touch’ is missing

Ayushmann Khurrana is known in the Bollywood industry for his different scripts. Even through Doctor ji, Ayushman has tried to serve something different. Let me tell you, this is the first such film of Ayushmann which has got an A certificate. Read the review to know how successful Ayushmann’s experiment was.

Report: Gender equality has always been a debatable issue. The field of education is no exception to this. The decision of what men and women should study also has to be taken within the limits drawn by the society. For example, if a boy wants to do a gynecologist and a girl wants to do a civil engineer, then his choice is judged. The story of Doctor ji has been woven on some similar issues.


Udit Gupta (Ayushmann Khurrana) from Bhopal is a medical student and has been dreaming of becoming an orthopedician for a long time. Due to low rank, he gets the gynecologist’s seat in his luck. Udit is not happy with this as Udit believes that this department belongs to women. However, due to not getting any other option, Udit takes admission after beating his heart. Now Udit’s fire-test begins from here. The journey of Udit, the only male student in the department, progresses by taking many roller-coaster rides. Where he meets senior Fatima (Rakulpreet). Will their friendship turn into love? And does Udit accept to become a gynecologist? To know all this, you have to go to the theater.

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Anubhuti Kashyap, who has been an assistant director of films like Gangs of Wasseypur, Dev D, is making her directorial debut with ‘Doctor Ji’. Anubhuti, of course, has chosen a different story through this film, but due to the scatter of the screenplay and the story, you do not feel much connected with the film. The first half of the film seems to be very long, except for a few scenes, you get bored by the time you reach the interval. At the same time, the second half seems better than the first. There are some interesting twists in the story in which you get a little bit of interest.

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Despite having an overall timeframe of two hours, the film feels cumbersome. Actually, its biggest draw-back is that instead of focusing on any one topic, many more issues have been tried to forcefully enter. For example, a boy’s struggle in the gyno department, a single mother’s aspirations, gender in-equality, ragging, male touch (ego) etc., etc., the film does not stop at any one particular issue and that is the reason why you can watch the film. You start feeling helpless in making connections. Although there are some comic scenes and dialogues in the film, which lighten the atmosphere created by the cumbersome film, but such opportunities have been rarely found.


Ishith Naren’s cinematography has been fine. Be it the operation room of the hospital or the city of Bhopal, Ishit has presented the film frame by frame very well. Yes, here editor Prerna Sehgal’s work can be considered average. Especially in the first half, his editing skills were very much needed. Amit Trivedi has handled the music department of the film. His song ‘Newton’ fits in during the film. Although the expectations from Amit are high, his work in this film does not seem up to the mark. Ketan Sodha’s background score was working as a fuel in building up every emotion of the film.

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Ayushmann, who specializes in adding a touch of comedy to social messages, looks a bit pale here. Like his previous films, Ayushmann, who was a ‘pro’ in catching the tone, does not seem so natural to speak Bhopali Hindi here. Rakulpreet’s work as Dr. Fatima has also been decent. Rakul and Ayushmann’s jugalbandi, who were seen together for the first time on the silver screen, also does not create special magic.

Yes, if anyone impresses here, it is Sheeba Chaddha, who became Ayushmann’s mother, her character is full of life. Sheeba’s innocence, struggling to fit herself among today’s generation, will win your heart. His character is layered and you love every shade of him. Along with this, Shefali Shah’s work in Tough Professor Bunny has also been excellent. The spontaneity of Raj Singh acting as a friend is also clearly visible on the screen.

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See Why
A light hearted comedy with a social message can be given a chance to the film. Yes, if you are going to the theater for the purpose of being full-to-entertainer, then you might leave disappointed.

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