A retired professor experiences changes after going to visit his son.



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Nargis Bagheri ...
Rita I. Sen
Gargi I. Sen
Inderjeet J. Sen
Joymohan Sen
Abhijit Lahiri
Shayan Munshi ...


Professor Joymohan stays alone in Kolkata. He is a heart patient and when he gets a severe heart attack on his birthday he realizes he needs to spend as much time with his family in Mumbai as possible. He then goes to Mumbai to his son Indra, daughter in law Rita and grand daughter Gargi. While Indra and Gargi are delighted, Rita is not so happy about his arrival. She makes her displeasure more vocal. Joymohan starts going for morning walks to the nearby park in the mornings. During one such morning walk he meets his old student Neelima and her daughter Anjali who wants to do a doctorate in the US. Written by sameer

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Where's The Walk?
15 September 2009 | by (Fraggle Rock) – See all my reviews

'Morning Walk' suffers from imbalanced, shoddy and very poor writing. It is given th same treatment as Indian soap operas. I don't understand the significance of the title as it has little relevance. At some point, songs appear randomly one after the other. They are mediocre in quallity (at best) and poorly visualized. The cringeworthy background score is extremely intrusive. The director lacks focus and he tries to juggle in too many things without going anywhere. With actors like Rajit Kapoor, Anupam Kher, Divya Dutta and Sharmila Tagore, I expected much more, at least decent performances but only Rajit Kapoor does a competent job while the others are passable at best. Moreover, Anupam Kher did not convince as a 70-year old at all. What could have been an engaging family drama ends up being a half-baked soap opera episode.

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