Janhvi Kapoor and Deepak Dobriyal starrer 'Good Luck Jerry' on Disney+Hotstar is a remake of Tamil movie 'Kolmavu Kokila'. Is it really well worth seeing? Or is it only a useless copy of South film.

is a remake of Tamil movie 'Kolmavu Kokila'. The tale of the movie centers around a happy-go-lucky young woman Janhvi Kapoor, who gets involved in a drug racket to earn cash in a quick span of time.

Unfortunately, circumstances bring his whole family into the drug trafficking business.

'Good Luck Jerry'

There are many twists and turns in his lifestyles which makes the movie an thrilling thriller. With the drug angle in the movie, and with a gang of thugs following Janhvi Kapoor

Will she be able to save herself? Or will she fall into the trap of the underworld? Well, you have to watch the film to know that.

Dark comedy as a genre is very tough to pull off and not many filmmakers make the effort to do it. Congratulations to Siddharth Sengupta for trying a dark comedy in the guise of a thriller.

The way he has handled the screenplay is commendable because it has many twists and turns that will hold you hooked until the end.

Janhvi Kapoor plays a bimbo-with-mind whose basic criterion is that she appears so innocent that nobody can doubt or query her, even if she is taking drugs.

Prakash Chandra Sahu and Zubin Shaikh, in seeking to hold the movie under  hours, did not let the characters get engrossed.

The tales of individual characters are proven so little that the movie ends before you as a viewer can invest in the characters.

It looks like part of a larger film or a chapter in a bigger scheme of things. Rangarajan Rambadran's cinematography is just too weak to create an effect.

lots of night and indoor scenes aren't well lit. To add to the climax where bullets are being fired everywhere, it is very hard to track who's firing at whom.

The camera work must not have allowed such doubts to arise in the minds of the audience.

Jhanvi Kapoor's innocence doesn't sell

Watch this for director Siddharth Sengupta's brilliant take at the dark comedy. Also, Deepak Dobriyal's antics make him funny onscreen every time.

It deserves only 2.5/5.0 reviews