The film Morning Walk has a story of two families which are different from one other. The whole story revolves around these two familes one is of Anupam Kher and another is of Sharmila Tagore. Though they are different yet they are connected to one anoter through a special bond.
The opening scene shows Professor Joy Mohan (Anupam Kher) and his morning walk partner having a chat in Kolkata. During the conversation, professor suffers from a heart attack and his son [Rajat Kapoor] rushes to Kolkata to be at his side. One morning walk in Joymohan's [Anupam Kher] life changes it all. Now he realizes that he needs to spend more time with his family -- son [Rajit Kapoor], daughter-in-law [Divya Dutta] and grand-daughter [Avika Gor].
Three months later, Professor comes to Mumbai to live with his son. His daughter-in-law (Divya Dutta) does not like him. However, the grand daughter and he get along famously.
It is during his 'Morning Walk' when Joy Mohan meets his once-upon-a-time-student and friend Neelima [Sharmila Tagore], now a mother of two, who carries with her a strange but surreal truth. Neelima's son is studying in U.S and her bright and beautiful daughter Anjali [Nargis] dreams of pursuing her doctorate from the U.S. and is encouraged by her doting mother and boyfriend Ajay [Shayan Munshi], an upcoming singer, who will go to any lengths to put a smile on her face. From here on the movie moves on to a predictable plot where you know what to expect and when to expect.
Performance wise, Anupam Kher and Sharmila Tagore played their parts well. Rajat Kapoor looks perfect for his role. Divya dutta has done a good job. Nargis is not convinceable. Shayan Munshi is ok. Avika Gor has no scope.
On the whole, Morning walk is nothing more than a dull and boring film.