Would Like to Send You Push Notifications. Notification may includes alerts, activities & updates.

OTP Verification

Enter 4-digit code
For Brands
MouthShut Logo

Thank you for sharing the requirements with us. We'll contact you shortly.

MouthShut Score






I feel this review is:


To justify genuineness of your review kindly attach purchase proof
No File Selected

No Man's Heard Island & McDonald I
Delivers the message with humour
May 26, 2012 10:57 AM 4001 Views
(Updated May 26, 2012 11:07 AM)





It's not difficult to make out what the movie is about and the movie does present the message clear and bold throughout the screen time. The dialogues are bold and sing out loud without shying away from the tabooed topic of sperm donation in India or should I say throughout the world. In fact, who would like to speak out these words inviting embarrassment in the public, but the movie does an awesome job delivering the message with fun, enthusiasm and jokingly. The first half would certainly tinkle your stomach and take you to a fun ride.

For me, it was Anu kapoor who drew me to watch the movie and he doesn't at all disappoint. Rather he is the soul of the movie. With his admirable presence on the screen after a long time, he reminds us of his masterclass and delivers all the jokes and emotions in a package we left with admiration and praise.

A bit about the plot. simple. a boy - spoiled and unemployed - finds this easy way to earn some quick bucks and reluctantly agrees to donate his self to the one in need. then falls in love with a gal. doesn't tell her of his secret import-export business of which the gal eventually finds about. an emotional story folds out . finally a happy ending catalysed by our favorite Anu K.

That's it. simple isn't it. But, a lot lies in the performances. Anu kapoor wins all the acclaim. Other sidekicks have a bit to improve on their emotional performances. I personally found certain performances a bit loud on the eardrums. Gosh! take some cotton to filter out that noise pollution. I couldn't escape it unfortunately and thus I gave a four to the Sound track(rather I say mixing).

Go with friends and not family. Not all would be able to appreciate, as besides the tabooed(unpopular) subject the dialogues unload a couple unpopular words frequently. Movies like this should come more as more we see or speak in public. the more flexible and adoptive we become.

VD still being screened in the multis shows that it has become a silent sensation. Go for it, but be aware of what comes across.

Upload Photo

Upload Photos

Upload photo files with .jpg, .png and .gif extensions. Image size per photo cannot exceed 10 MB

Comment on this review

Read All Reviews


Vicky Donor