Fatso Movie Review
Release Date:May 04, 2012
Nandini and Navin are about to get married when disaster strikes. Navin and his friends, a hugely overweight Sudeep and Yash, go out to celebrate. An accident occurs on the highway and Navin is dead.
Navin wakes up in heaven and discovers to his horror that it was a clerical error that had landed him in heaven. The man actually destined to be there was fat Sudeep with his cholesterol on overdrive! Navin makes a scene in the overcrowded waiting room of heaven and demands that he be returned to earth, and to his loved ones.
This film is about how Navin returns to earth and has to woo Nandini all over again in another guise.
A delightful take on love, life, romance and the occasional accident of death.
Fatso never exploits its full potential, and opts for a far-too-convenient resolutionRead more
Leaves you curiously unmoved and strangely untouched. It has the feel of a TV drama, not a big screen featureRead more
Fatso strives for funny-poignant, the right combination of which can make a film like this memorable, but manages it in too few placesRead more
Fatso is somewhat short on body but strong on spirit. Keeping mind over matter, this film is an enjoyable experience!Read more
The lack of a cohesive telling, the digressive nature of the story may not work for everyone. Still, for its performances and ingenuity, give Fatso a chance.Read more
The film squanders the most potentially thrilling aspects of the idea and leaves us with something half-bakedRead more
Fatso is a bit of a disappointment. Even when it’s making us laugh, it feels like there’s something hollow at the centreRead more
Any sense of magic, of life rescued from death, love saved from vanishing, even the funny ironies of a slim guy stuck in a fat form, is totally missingRead more
Fatso is a romantic comedy with lots of romance and only sporadic comedyRead more
Fatso is a good plot gone bad. The film could've worked well if the execution of it may have been betterRead more
Appeals in bits and spurts. It had the potential, but doesn't quite reach there!Read more