Jackky Bhagnani: As Jay, his is a very flat, one-dimensional performance.
Kritika Kamra: As Avni, plays her part well as a strong woman who is vulnerable when it comes to matters of the heart. She makes the time she is on screen count.
Pratik Gandhi: As the cocky loser, makes for some great comic relief.
Story: A carefree loser and a headstrong woman are brought together by destiny. How the two overcome their overbearing parents and chart the course of their lives is what the film is about.
Direction: Nitin Kakkar, the director has kept the spirit of the original intact while transplanting the story in Gujarat.
Mitron (2018): The first half is almost strong, as the story keeps your attention glued as it unfolds. But in the second half, with a wafer-thin plot that is extremely guessable, the film dips. It’s like a boring story that an elderly relative will narrate and you want to leave the room when that happens. Gujarat as the backdrop adds nothing to the plot. With an extremely guessable plot and not enough laughs to match, Mitron is a film you would recommend to those friends you want to get back at!
Review by Shreya Ghosh