DIRECTOR: Arup Dutta
How does an actor who delivers a cracking performance in one film switch to become a totally different person in another,both out the same day? Anupam Kher rocks it in Sankat City,but settles heavily like a rock in Morning Walk theres no lift or zest to the way he plays his character.
Not that it would have helped the film any. Its about a bad daughter-in-law (Diyva) who promises to love her husbands (Rajit) father as long as he offers to invest in a new house. But its all gone as soon as Professor
Joymohan (Anupam) discovers a long-lost love (Sharmila),and a connection he never knew he had. The daughter-in-law turns into a shrew,the son withdraws into silence,and the chess-playing grand-daughter (Avika,the child bride in TV series Balika Vadhu),is reduced to a pile of tears.
By rights,this should have been a touching family film. But it struggles to extricate itself from cliché and predictability,and fails.