Varun Dhawan: As Mauji, he delivers an honest performance, almost never going overboard.
Anushka Sharma: Her restraint as Mamta is effortless. She lives the character, clad in a simple sari, sporting sindoor and minimal makeup.
Yamini Dass: She justifies every moment of her screen-time. She is adorable even when she’s doling out daily chores to her bahu from the hospital bed.
Story: Egged by his wife Mamta, Mauji decides to ditch his demanding bosses for his own tailoring business. But amidst naysayers, unscrupulous relatives and lack of support, will his dream of turning into an entrepreneur become a reality?
Direction: Sharat Katariya does take a few cinematic liberties, but there are enough real moments to move you. In a winning first half, he successfully establishes his main characters and their problems.
Sui Dhaaga: Made in India: these are minor patches in the overall fabric of the film that is cut for entertainment. Sui Dhaaga is sewn together with strong performances and moments that tell a convincing story.
Review by Shreya Ghosh