Total Siyapaa is an upcoming Hindi romantic comedy film directed by E. Nivas and written by writer of much-acclaimed films producer Neeraj Pandey and director Eeshwar Niwas . The film Cast includes Ali Zafar, Yami Gautam, Kirron Kher and Anupam Kher Film is set to release on 7 March under the banner of Reliance Big Entertainment. The story line of the movie revolves around how an Indian girls who fell in love with a Pakistani guy and she’s about to introduce to the family.The screenwriter Neeraj Pandey does a special 69 on cross-border politics. Bring Borderline tensions and defused in a way to be seen just the ludicrous futility of cultural bickering. Pandey derives inspiration from a Spanish film Seres Queridos, in which the conflict between the Palestinian boy and his girlfriend’s Jewish family was served in a feisty feast of farcical episodes, all meant to draw humor from the dysfunctional family’s dysfunctionalism.In the Hindi adaptation, the Pakistani boy is utterly and delectably lost in his girlfriend’s Punjabi home in London. Where he has to be answerable to many unwanted questions and was surrounded with so many hilarious and eccentric characters. Anupam Kher’s tryst with a British hooker is sadly unanchored. The whimsical ways with the kind of pleasure that a housewife experiences while serving up her husband’s favorite dishes although she may not be too good at the cooking.A lot of the humor simply sags in soggy lumps. There is a distinctly ‘European’ flavor and fervor to the unravelling of the comic mode in the dysfunctional family’s life Ali Zafar as the puzzled Pakistani boyfriend and Kirron Kher as his scattered mother-in-law-to-be project a prowling predatoriness to their scenes together.The meat of the matter lies in the mater’s time on screen with her to be damaad (son-in-law).Yami Gautam as the giggly prim girlfriend is a sketchily written mediocre character with no dips and curves.New-find Sara Khan as Yami’s sister comes across as a far more seductive character. The role is tantalising and Sara plays with guts and vivacity the near-divorced single mother with a restless foot under the dining table. And for my money, Sara’s tabletop dance with the distinctly diffident Ali is the film’s highlight.