Vidya Balan in back on the big screen as Sulochana or Sulu in dramedy Tumhari Sulu. Directed by Suresh Triveni, the film’s trailers and songs were well received. They promised to take us on a joyous ride as a simple homemaker Sulu, starts an adventurous journey of realising her dreams. Is the film as entertaining as the trailers?Also Read - Neha Dhupia on Having a Postpartum Body: There Was Someone in me, I am Left Like a Bag film critic Smrity Sharma is watching Tumhari Sulu right now and this is the review of the first half of the film. Also Read - Honsla Rakh Review: Shehnaaz Gill-Diljit Dosanjh's Film Has an Unplanned Child, But Planned Laughter And a Lot of Entertainment!

Smrity says, “It is a delight to watch Vidya Balan. More so when she is presented as a character that is likeable, relatable and so entertaining. Living by the mantra, ‘mai kar sakti hai’ , her forever positive attitude is infectious as she carries on with her life of a simple homemaker. Winning the little competitions that are held in her society, being tagged as the ‘best mother’ in one of those; a little word of appreciation from the husband Ashok (Manav Kaul); breaking into an impromptu gig with her little son while her favourite song plays on the radio are what forms the highlights of her mundane day. Also Read - Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi Blessed With a Baby Boy

“Though happy, she is not satiated with her life and what she has achieved and we can feel the undercurrents of an unattended ambition in her demeanor. This, along with her ‘I can do it all’ attitude will nudge her to try a hand at radio jockeying. But will she be able to don this new role with the same perfection that she mastered as a homemaker? Will she ace the work-life balance? Tying a dupatta around her like a cape has always made Sulu feel like a superwoman. The second half will be the true test of her superpowers.”