Making some movies in the twenty-first century ought to be against the law. And a movie where a boy (would you call Kartik Aaryan a man, really think about it) succeeds simply because his genetics come from a wealthy family, even if he was switched at birth into a clerk’s home, as opposed to his counterpart who, despite living in luxury, never really rises above his poor clerk family genes, should undoubtedly qualify.
especially when the clerk who plays a key role in this baby swap goes by the name Valmiki. He does this for a variety of bad motives and hardly has any redeeming qualities. Do they simply not care, or do they not realise how wrong this is on every level?
Kartik Aaryan would have made everything work out just fine even if the movie had not been called Shehzada. Nonetheless, he does this while being both a badass and a Bawarchi because it is so named (remember that Rajesh Khanna character who used more than food to make families come together). And Aaryan doesn’t even have to change a hair strand from his usual loud, silly, bedraggled look.