Jayeshbhai Jordaar Review: The much-awaited family entertainer film Jayeshbhai Jordaar has finally hit the silver screens. The film trailer and songs have received a satisfactory response from the audience as they seem to have been appreciating actor Ranveer Singh’s performance in the movie calling it his best performance till now.
After the movie hit theatres, fans took their reactions on Twitter. While many of them seem to have praised the actor for his commendable acting in the film calling it one of his best performances now, many shared their response on the fun factor of the film and the message that the film conveyed on social issues like female foeticides.
With the good comes the bad. Film critics on Twitter also shared their responses to the film where many of them mentioned that the film will barely make it up to the shore. Film critic Sumit Kadel shared a tweet on 12 May that read, “No interest for #JayeshbhaiJordaar amongst audience if we go by its advance booking. Film will struggle to get an opening of even ₹ 5 cr nett now. Jayeshbhai Jordaar first day collection would be in the range of ₹ 3-4 cr nett.”
He added another tweet, “Based on the issue of female foeticide JJ is a extremely boring film which fails to provide entertainment & humor in its narrative. #Ranveersingh act is decent but he couldn’t rise above the monotonous script & direction. SURE SHOT DISASTER.”
While taking a jibe at Ranveer Singh actor Kamaal R. Khan aka KRK responded to a user on Twitter and shared a tweet that read, “Dear @MehraAmod you are a big drama. But let me tell you, 7people are too much in the show of #JayeshbhaiJordaar! 2 or 3 crazy people should be in the theatre to watch such a crap film of @RanveerOfficial.”
Jayeshbhai Jordaar was all set to hit the big screens in October 2020. However, owing to the pandemic-induced restrictions, the premiere of the film was postponed indefinitely. The film released theatrically on 13 May 2022. Helmed by Divyang Thakkar, the plot of the film sheds light on the important social issue of eliminating female foeticide. The film stars Ranveer Singh in the titular role as the son of a traditional Gujarati sarpanch, who believes in equal rights between males and females in society.