Khandaani Shafakhana (2019) Hindi 720p HDRip x264 AAC 5.1 ESubs Full Bollywood Movie
2hr 9min | Action, Adventure, Sci-fi | 2 August 2019 (India))
Storyline : feisty girl from Punjab tries to continue her family traditions by opening a sex clinic to help and aware others in her hometown.
Khandaani Shafakhana Review: Walk into Khandaani Shafakhana, if you please. It’s a sex clinic where everything from erectile dysfunction and low sperm count, to early ejaculation and injuries during passionate sexual encounters is cured with Unani medicines. Needless to say, the visitors to the clinic are discreet, and ‘Mamaji’ (Kulbhushan Kharbanda), the man at the helm of this clinic faces social boycott and protests. For many years, he single-handedly pursues his passion to cure people until he passes away, leaving the ownership of the clinic to his niece Baby Bedi (Sonakshi). She is a medical sales representative living with her mother (Nadira Babbar) and good-for-nothing younger brother Bhooshit (Varun Sharma) in a house that could be usurped by a family member, if she fails to repay her dues.
Sonakshi Sinha as Baby Bedi owns the film. She portrays Baby’s bravado and vulnerability in right doses. Rap star Badshah also makes an impressive debut as ‘Gabru Ghatack’, who is the most high profile client of Mamaji’s magic meds. He retains his real-life flashy avatar on-screen too, and delivers well in emotional scenes. Another debutant, Priyansh Jore as Sonakshi’s love interest, has an impressive boyish charm, but their chemistry is almost non-existent. Sadly, his character doesn’t give him the scope to perform. Varun Sharma once again plays his usual funny self, but we’ve seen him in a similar role in a recent release too. So there is nothing refreshing about it. Among the rest, Annu Kapoor, Nadira Babbar and Kulbhushan Kharbanda perform fairly well.
In the past, we have seen films like ‘Vicky Donor’ and ‘Shubh Mangal Savadhan’ handle sensitive subjects (read sperm donation and erectile dysfunction) with class, tact and comedy. While this film’s intent is bang on, what it really needed was a heavier dose of humour and entertainment.