Colourful and engaging, this subculture comedy keeps us smiling with a mouth-watering mix of delicious food and lively characters.
| Original Score: 3/5
You can see where it's all heading right from the off, but even in the predictable resolve you'll be hard-pressed to keep your eyes bone dry.
If the story doesn't linger long in the memory, director Amit Gupta's loving depiction of food is something to savour.
| Original Score: 2/5
Buoyant and beautifully shot the picture is a celebration of food and family life that adroitly sidesteps many cultural cliches.
Not bad, just terribly mild.
The story may not engage the mind, but your saliva glands will be working overtime.
No shortage of appetising ingredients here, yet the execution sadly fails to make the most of them.
Jadoo lacks the great writing of classic food movies like Big Night or Babette's Feast, but it is a warm and likeable addition to the genre.
[An] enjoyable family feast.
Let down by some erratic, repetitive plotting.