Dasvidaniya – The Indian Bucket List

Dasvidaniya

Director:Shashant Shah
Writers:Kailash Kher (lyrics), Arshad Sayed
Stars:Vinay Pathak, Sarita Joshi, Rajat Kapoor

Amar Kaul (Vinay Pathak) is the symbolic ‘loser’. The below average introvert who always gets pushed around or dominated, neglected and lost in the very simplicity of life with aspirations hidden behind the veil of the mundane routines of his life. He is your most unfashionable accounts manager in a private company whose insatiable boss simply reminds Amar of his lowly existence. At home, his half deaf mother lives with a struggling remote to the soap opera infected T.V., always whining, always complaining. While Amar’s life is what one can easily identify with because we have known such ‘losers’ in life, we are surprised by his humble and tolerant nature to the events and people in his life. One day, he discovers that his life will no longer be the same as it has been and before it gives up on him, he should live it up to the very end. ‘Iske pehle ki life tumhe kha jaaye, tum zindagi ko pee jaao’ is what was suggested to him at a bar. Amar’s self appears in front of him and reminds him that fixing the bathroom geyser or putting new batteries in the T.V. remote are not items worthy of his life’s list of things to do. Thus, Amar enlists 10 real aspirations and pursues each one with all that he has.

One cannot really tell what the most beautiful aspect of the film is that makes it so heart warming. Is it the story telling or is it Amar’s character that Pathak enacts so brilliantly? Debutant director Shahant Shah leaves us overwhelmed with his presentation style that makes the film classy in its own sense while being simple enough with the story telling. The film just flows through to your heart effortlessly and it strikes the right chord that will leave you with a lump in the throat at times or giggling away at the jokes it throws at you. As Amar sets out on his journey to accomplish his aspirations, he faces challenges that throw the reality of life at him but his spirit of living it up enables him to confront that reality with a smile. He is very practical in situations and realistic in dealing with the truth about his life. The subtlety connects to your emotional side and you fall in love with the simpleton ‘loser’.

While the film centers around Vinay Pathak, who leaves us astounded with the most remarkable and definitive performance of his career as well as this year, there are some special characters that are worthy of a mention because they have been played by some fine actors. Neha Dhupia is refreshing as Amar’s childhood love, his ‘chaddi’ pal Rajiv (Rajat Kapoor) is at his fine form yet again after the duo split us in laughter in Bheja Fry, Sarita Joshi plays the role of the eccentric mother convincingly with just a few shades of overacting when her son buys a new car…. .Vivek, the estranged brother, the boss played by Saurabh Shukla, Ranvir Shorey as the funky frequenter at the bar and Joy Fernandes in a convincingly hilarious role of ‘Savio’, the Guitar teacher.

Kailash Kher’s melodies are soothing and suit the film’s different moods.
The script, dialogues and screenplay with the touch of humour make this film a pleasant story rather than a serious drama and Shashant Shah’s direction simply puts all the fine elements together to portray this touching tale in the finest presentation format. Hearts will be warmed with the subtle touches, tears will be shed for the resemblances, laughter will roar after funny dialogues and while one acknowledges the pleasant aspects of this film, the revelation of Vinay Pathak’s finesse will only add to the cherishable experience of Dasvidaniya.

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Commando

Commando Movie poster

 

Rating: 2.5/5 stars (Two and Half Stars)

Star cast: Vidyut Jamwal, Pooja Chopra, Jaideep Ahlawat

Director: Dilip Ghosh

What’s Good: Vidyut Jamwal – What a body he has! for a moment he reminds me of Sylvester Stallone. Some good action scenes

What’s Bad: Songs not fitting the plot. Why do a bollywood movie always should have songs? huh- that how it is anyway!. Pooja Chopra not matching up with Vidyut Jamwal

Loo break: Go for a break during all songs in the movie.

Watch or Not?: One time Watch.

Paisa Wasool? If you like action then yes! If you don’t like action then don’t bother watching the movie.

 

Jamwal plays an Indian army commando who breaks free from beyond the China border after capture and much third degree torture. His one aim now is to ‘clean up the dirt within’. In other words, the guys who make it impossible for the good guys in the armed forces function — politicians, and goons who want to become politicians. Fortunately for him, and us, Jamwal doesn’t get too much speaking time. Having said what he has to, he gets down the real business of decimating the bad guys, one by one.

Commando Karanveer Dogra comes to the rescue of damsel in distress Simrit (Chopra) who is on the run from the evil, cruel AK (Ahlawat). This AK is quite a piece of work. He is constantly on his phone, guffawing at Santa-Banta jokes, snarling at the cowering good folks of the Punjab village he lives in, and leering at the spirited Simrit. If Jamwal is just right for his part, Ahlawat who left a sizeable impact in Gangs Of Wasseypur and who has been biding his time in bit parts till now, carves out a lovely old-style Bollywood villain, all costume and bluster and grinning menace.

Commando is definitely a One Man Army, all the way. The man here in question is Vidyut Jamwal. Jamwal, who looted all hearts with full Force some one and half years ago brings back his voluminous talents to the fore, giving away one of the best action performances in this decade. From climbing roofs to walk-past-sliding-car-windows, this B-town hunk made it look like a cakewalk, but with a lot more flourish and conviction! Clearly the new Khiladi that Bollywood has been gifted with; Vidyut manages to bamboozle the audience with every action set-piece, clearly sculpted out for him. And with that amazingly sculpted hot-bod, this action superman is here to stay. Pooja Chopra delivers an okayish performance with nothing much to highlight about as she painfully tries the echo the lines from Kareena’s Jab We Met in typical aped-Geet avatar. Expectedly, she fails miserably. Jaideep Ahlawat as the menacing AK stuns the audience with an enthralling villainous act, sans his eyeballs. And his sudden outbreak into Santa-Banta chut-kule mode adds to the hilarious content of the film, too!

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Nautanki Saala

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Rating: 3/5 stars (Three-Stars)

Star cast: Ayushmann Khurrana, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Pooja Salvi, Gaelyn Mendonca, Evelyn Sharma

Director: Rohan Sippy

What’s Good: some really good comedy scenes, theater set up.

What’s Bad: obvious comedy dialogues, PJs

Loo break: A couple in the second half.

Watch or Not?: One time WatchIf you are bored with regular comedy movies then you can avoid this movie.

Paisa Wasool? If you are bored with stereo type comedy movies then better spend the money getting some good ice cream in the HOT summer!!!

Mandar Lele (Kunaal Roy Kapur) is a bumbling idiot – abandoned by the love of his life, declared a ‘loser’ by his grandmother with nothing more than a few failed suicide attempts to boast of. The thing is even to play a successful dimwit, you need some kind of character – imagine Govinda in ‘Partner’. Kunal Roy Kapur is regrettably inept at playing this role with either style or zest.

Ram Parmar aka RP (Ayushmann Khurrana), the protagonist is a compulsive do-gooder who is the director and the main lead in the play ‘Raavan Leela’. Except the scene in which Mandar on RP’s insistence is auditioning for Ram’s role (in Raavan Leela), every time I see the onstage drama and the playacting, I think of the squandered opportunity. There was so much potential in these scenes, some witty writing could have completely turned around the narrative and made it a laughter riot. I cannot help but think of the Mahabharata scene from ‘Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro’, which 30 years later, still continues to have the audience in splits even on repeated viewing.

The romantic track is the weakest in the film and an overdose of emotional drama just saps the fun out of the story. Also, the female leads are really disappointing and it’s just difficult to comprehend why someone as sorted and good-looking as Ayushmann would fall for either of them. Ayushmann however, puts his heart and soul into this totally average film and makes it watchable.

It’s a simple story, where our hero tries his best to resolve not only the crisis in his half-witted friend’s life but also give him new purpose and objective. But as usual love plays spoilsport jeopardizing their friendship. However, in Bollywood, love always finds a way to triumph and set everything right. I just hope that the ride would have been more enjoyable.

There are moments of genuine laughter but this fleeting gratification demands extensive wait and endurance.  Sippy punctuates his scenes with too many pauses resulting in a dawdling pace and delayed conflicts, which makes its 130 minutes running time lengthier than it should.

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Chashme Baddoor

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Rating: 3/5 stars (Three-Stars)

Star cast: Ali Zafar, Siddharth, Divyendu Sharma,Rishi Kapoor, Anupam Kher, Taapsee Pannu

Director: David Dhawan

What’s Good: Good to see a remake of old movie is not a blunder this time.

What’s Bad: Illogical comedy sometimes irritates as why this scene is even considered in this movie.

Loo break: May be a couple.

Watch or Not?: One time Watch.  In the season of IPL there aren’t many movies getting released. Watch this to spend some time out of cricket.

Paisa Wasool? Well I think Yes! The movie is not that bad. If you like comedy movies then  it’s a perfect paisa wasool for you.

Time for yet another remake, this time from David Dhawan whose films Raja Babu, Aankhen and all the No. 1 series starring his lucky charm Govinda found a dedicated group of cinema-goers in the 90s. After a long break, the director returns with a remake of the classic 1981 comedy, Chashme Buddoor. Despite claims that this would be a ‘remake’ of the original – there is nothing common about the two films. For one, it’s unjust to compare a classic comedy with a new-age film; yes, the chemistry that the actors share in the film is impeccable yet the magic of the classic film is still amiss. Perhaps, this is where the loss of an actor like Ravi Baswani is greatly felt. 

David Dhawan’s version of the film is a fun-filled journey that starts with a serene locales of Goa. The cinematography may give you the feeling that you’re in the city watching all the drama unfold in real life. Full of gags, obvious jokes and amazing performances by the entire star cast – Ali Zafar, Siddharth, Divyendu Sharma, Tapsee Pannu and the veterans Rishi Kapoor, Anupam Kher, Lilette Dubey. Yes, the list is long. But all of them are so good that they’d only end up stunning and impressing the audiences. It’s equivalent to watching the chemistry that Govinda and Sanjay Dutt shared in the previous David Dhawan films that you see amongst the three relatively new actors in Bollywood. Besides, bromance is the new trend now where three is no longer crowd but great company.

Omi (Divyendu Sharma), Jai (Siddharth) and Siddharth (Ali Zafar) are three close friends who fall for the same girl. While the other two are just looking to have fun, Siddharth is genuinely in love with the new next door neighbor. Omi and Jai decide to play villains when they realize that their best friend has managed to win over the girl that they both had set their eyes on. Confusion and misadventures ensue as we try to figure out a way to get the lovers back together.

‘Chashme Baddooor’ cannot boast of any smart writing, the comedy is mostly situational. The plot seldom digresses from the point except to include the sub-plot about Joseph (Rishi Kapoor) – Josephine (Lillete Dubey) romance. The problem, however is that the side story is not strong enough to contribute either substantially to the narrative or to provide any extra laughs.

The performances are okay except Anupam Kher who in a double role is twice as much fun as the rest of the actors put together. The music too doesn’t really make an impression except the ‘Har ek friend kamina hota hai’ song which is quite a catchy number. David Dhawan’s humour is slapstick but never cringe-worthy. ‘Chashme Baddoor’ is definitely a fun watch.

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Aatma review

aatma

 

Rating: 2.5/5 stars (Two-and-half-Star)

Star cast: Bipasha Basu, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Doyel Dhawan, Shernaz Patel, Jaideep Ahlawat

Director: Suparn Verma

What’s Good: Underrated actor of 2012 Nawazuddin’s acting, some scary scenes.

What’s Bad: The unnatural reactions, Undue dramatizing during vital scenes

Loo break: If you get scared, and then it’s recommended

Watch or Not?: For those who like thrillers, like Indian scary movies and enjoy fear no matter what. We categorize it as One time Watch  movie

Suparn Verma’a Aatma, a horror film about an overbearing father who comes back from the dead to claim ownership of his only daughter from his estranged wife, comes across as an attempt to bring some credibility to the genre

Maya (Bipasha Basu) is a single mother, just divorced from her abusive husband Abhay (Nawazuddin Siddique). Abhay dies in an accident and his ghost is haunting Maya because he wants his daughter Nia (Doyel Dhawan) back. What follows is a very obvious series of events where anyone who offends the daughter meets a gruesome end. Maya has to battle with not only the cruel intentions of her dead husband but she also has to fight for her daughter’s life.

Horror is a difficult genre to get right but we can’t expect special effects to compensate for the lack of a good script. The story progresses with very little thought to character development, actors are introduced so that they can conveniently be disposed off. The film is frustrating in parts because there’s a psychiatrist, there’s a priest, there’s a police officer but none of them can do anything substantial to help Maya in her ordeal. You know every possible victim and each murder sequence plays out without any suspense or build-up to the crime.

Bipasha and Nawazuddin put in an honest effort but are saddled with sad dialogue and a script that’s difficult to rise above. Bipasha tries, with all her might, to deliver a restrained performance with little success. Nawaz, however, owns all the scenes he is in. The custody hearing scene stands out because of his very real and ominous outburst. Moreover, everything pretty much blends in the background when Nawaz holds court, which is not to say that his is a flawless performance.

 

 

Rangrezz review

rangrezz

Rating: 2.5/5 stars (Two and half Star)

Star cast: Jackky Bhagnani, Priya Anand, Amitosh Nagpal, Vijay Verma, Raghav Chanana, Rajpal Yadav

Director: Priyadarshan

What’s Good: Director’s(Priyadarshan) idea before the movie is released!!!

What’s Bad: The pitiable dialogue delivery, effortless dubbing at times and the repetitive thrills throughout. The acting part is understood.

Loo break: Kabhi bhi

Watch or Not?: The movie is good for those who do not believe in love or lost trust at it. But pity acting and sloppy story telling makes it a One time Watch  movie.

Rishi (Jackky), Vinu (Amitosh) and Pakya (Vijay) are three friends living the simple ordinary life. The protagonist believes in living a moralistic life and championing the right cause, then there is the simpleton who wants to set up a computer center and earn a decent living while the third is a typical tapori with the best one liners and providing comic relief.If these characters seem prototype then wait till you are introduced to the premise. When  langoti yaar of these 3 friends Joy (Raghav) tries to commit suicide over matters of the heart, the trio jump into action deciding they will put their lives on the line to unite the lovers. Having successful careers can wait, cause nothing is more exciting than some car chases, kidnapping drama and heart wrenching monologues about friendship and sacrifice.

The rage and passion of betrayal are astutely captured in the narration. Priyadarshan takes the original Tamil film Naadodigal and twists it into a coiled engrossing saga of how lust can often be a convenient pretext for love. The film poses some disturbing questions on the lack of genuine commitment in today’s relationships. What we love is just hormones and chemical at work? In an urgent rush of energy and adrenaline,Rangrezz poses this question.

Priyadarshan spins a mean story told with a flair for violent flare-ups that are shot with gumption and gusto. It’s a film with a number of advantages, the performances topping the list.

While Amitosh Nagpal, Vijay Verma and the redoubtable Rajpal Yadav as the protagonist’s buddies in arms are first-rate, Jackky Bhagnani as the boy next door, who doesn’t think twice before plunging viciously into a friend’s love problem, gives a quietly self-assured performance. His character Rishi hardly sings and dances. But you know he can. You can sense the rhythm simmering under the surface of discontent.

Agneepath

Sunday Block buster Agneepath(1990)

agneepath old

 

“Naam,Vijay Deenanath Chauhan; baap ka naam, Deenanath Chauhan; maa ka naam, Suhasini Chauhan; umar, 36 saal; gaon, Mandwa.”

you might have heard this dialogue N number of times which portrayed the Bollywood angry young man in one of his best movies! you will be shocked to believe Agneepath failed to impress crowd in 1990 and din’t fetch much returns to Yash Johar on his investment made in this movie.

A bright son of a Gandhian view teacher changes his course of his life when his father is murdered by criminals. To avenge his father’s death and to get back the lost glory of his mother, the son grows up to become an underworld king. He eliminates the other dons, small and big, one by one, and finally loses his own life in the climax. Right from the start, the film is heavy, violent and tension-filled. There are light moments but they are few and far between. While the story is oft-repeated, the screenplay has loose ends. There are also some unjustified scenes, the principal among them being the one in which Amitabh Bachchan faces the bullets of the other dons and has to be rushed to hospital thereafter. Why does he do this? On the plus side, there are some breath-taking scenes like the mud fight culminating in the arrival of Amitabh Bachchan on the scene, the confrontation scene between Amitabh Bachchan and Rohini Hattangadi on the dinner table and the sindoor scene between Amitabh, Vikram Gokhale and his wife.

Amitabh Bachchan looks tired with his acting at places but does an excellent job as the underworld don. His dialogue deliveries are superb. Mithun Chakraborty as Krishnan Iyer, M.A., is too lovable where he play a south Indian coconut vendor  . Although even his dialogues are unclear at a couple of places, he is superb in a difficult role and entertains a lot. Madhavi and Neelam have little to do. Danny is effective as the main villain. Goga Kapoor, Deepak Shirke, Sharat Saxena, Avtar Gill, Alok Nath, master Manjunath, Sudhir Pandey, Bob Christo, Monty, Arvind Rathod and Anjan Srivastava support well. Rohini Hattangadi leaves a mark. Vikram Gokhale impresses a great deal. Tinnu Anand also does a fine job; his character and dialogue should click in Maharashtra. Archana Puran Singh is okay.

To summarize – Overall the movie is a treat to watch. The brilliant dialogue delivery from the angry young man of 90’s era makes it a special movie. We give a rating of ****(4 star) and categorize this movie as a Must Watch.  you can easily get CDs available for this movie in markets or you simply switch on to TV in one of the lazy weekends.

Mere Dad Ki Maruti Review

Mere Dad Ki Maruti

Rating: 2.5/5 stars (Two and Half Star)

Star cast: Ram Kapoor, Saqib Saleem, Rhea Chakraborty, Prabal Punjabi and Ravi Kishan

Director: Ashima Chibber

What’s Good: comic elements, dialogues, the sudden break-into-YashRaj-films modes, performances of Prabal Punjabi, Saqib and Ram in the given order!

What’s Bad: The abrupt climax and the emotional flavor towards the end. Few loose ends in the plot.

Loo break: If you had too much of cold drinks then Yes! otherwise No.

Watch or Not?: Its always good to watch and having Yash Raj brand for a comedy movie we categorize this movie as a One Time Watch. If you are cricket fan than we recommend enjoy India’s batting this weekend(Sikhar Dhawan’s brilliant kncok) rather than watching the movie.

Sameer Khullar (Saqib Saleem) the useless side of  Khullar family is nothing but a no-sense useless guy, tired by the daily miseries caused by his khadus dad, Tej (Ram Kapoor)! Tej, the DAD, is kanjoos and loves getting things FREE! But there is one wish he needs to fulfill: a Maruti car that he wants to vidaa his soon-to-be-wed-daughter in! The Punjabi wedding, which serves as the perfect backdrop of the perky and crazily dysfunctional family, results in a course of mayhem when Sameer, the ullu da pattha, ponders on a dream date with The Chandigarh di Shakira aka Jazleen and ends up losing his Dad ki Maruti. What follows then is a fight to the finish battle between Sameer’s idiocrasy and intelligence to get back his Dad’s Maruti back on time!

Landing up in a No-Man’s Land, Sameer Khullar, does almost everything: from churaofying someone else’s’ Maruti to taking help from the local goons with a fierce Ravi Kishan pounding his paws upon the happy go lucky Khullar lad. With his BFAM (Brother from another Mother, silly!) Gattu (Prabal Punjabi) and his ladylove Jazzleen by his side, Sameer embarks on his journey from the insane to the insaan. Will Sameer be able to find his Dad’s lost car? Will Sameer and Tej put an end to their volatile baap v/s beta relationship?

Playing the temperamental and always screaming Punjabi dad with aplomb and panache, Ram Kapoor definitely deserves a lot more, given his excellent ability to emote. The switch-over towards the climax is simply breathtaking.

Saqib Saleem as Sameer Khullar adds to the perfect mix of dumbness and wit and is a sure winner. Rhea Chakraborty, effortlessly plays the dumb and self obsessed bimbette Jasleen with the much needed doltishness which is just on the levels of getting irritating, but she stops at the right juncture. Nevertheless, Rhea in her neon salwar suits, lehngas and the infamous short tees and hot pants tries to do an Anushka Sharma, sans the immense acting consort that our Akira is profound of.

Coming to the supporting cast which balances this mad cap family caper oh-so-brilliantly, it is Prabal Punjabi and his terrific timing that keeps you on the edge of your seats, LOL-ing around! He sure gets the best lines and the chemistry between the two brothers seem to shade out the dull chemistry between the lead pair. Ravi Kishan as the no-nonsense goon is okayish.

3G Movie review

3G

Rating: 1/5 stars (One Star)

Star cast: Neil Nitin Mukesh, Sonal Chauhan, Mrinalini Sharma.

Director: Sheershak Anand, Shantanu Ray Chhibber

What’s Good: Good – this word is not in this movie’s dictionary.

What’s Bad: The pitiable dialogue delivery, effortless dubbing at times and the repetitive thrills throughout. The acting part is understood.

Loo break: Kabhi bhi

Watch or Not?: The movie is pleasurable to those who are fond of Sonal Chauhan in a bikini, the ones who get excited by onscreen kissing and those who haven’t seen Fiji, the ones who can watch any bollywood movie.

Watch or Not? A big no.  You better off get a good chicken/Paneer role for yourself at the price of the movie ticket. We categorize this movie as DO NOT Watch.

Sam (Neil Nitin Mukesh) gives a surprise visit to his girlfriend Sheena (Sonal Chuhan) at Fiji. Flabbergasted Sheena hugs Sam tightly causing his phone to sink in the water. Later on when they set out to purchase a new phone, Sam’s interest is grabbed by a second hand instrument. Nonetheless he is satisfied after verifying that the phone supports 3G facility which apparently is his only pre-requisite.

Whilst the couple is having a wonderful time romancing, one particular night, Sam receives a call from an unknown number which happens to be a lady shattering out from pain (Mrinalini Sharma). Sam overlooks and lets it go. But this scenario repeats itself constantly and throws Sam in a mental disturbance in due course.

Sheena, who initially presumes this to be a mocking, later gets petrified when the effects are applied on her.

Both Sam and Sheena chase to find the origin of this catastrophe. They unlock a lot of information by encountering different people in their pursuit. The hunt carries them to the root cause of the mystery and then major matter starts unfolding logically or illogically. The audience tends to be intolerant rather than thrilled on the worry of ‘how will the end justify it all?’

Neil Nitin Mukesh fell short of showing some versatility in his act. He is not a disaster, but there is huge room to improve. In short, he has the potential but so far isn’t a professional.May be it’s one of his movie where he thought ‘Something is better than nothing!’

Sonal Chauhan on the other hand answers the question as to why isn’t she getting many films, or as a matter of fact, ANY film. The constant tedious expressions following her since Jannat haven’t changed till date.

Mrinalini Sharma required a significant amount of make up on her to be able to depict the role of a ghost which wasn’t a tough job. All she had to do is appear after every 5-10 mins as an illusion to Neil Nitin Mukesh.

Jolly LLB Movie review

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Rating: 2.5/5 stars (Two and half star)

Star cast: Arshad Warsi, Amrita Rao, Boman Irani, Saurabh Shukla

Director: Subhash Kapoor

What’s Good: Court Drama where at last the truth wins over lies!!

What’s Bad: Everyone must have thought its a comedy movie but its not!

Loo break: A couple may.be where the songs doesn’t fit the plot

Watch or Not?: Jolly LLB is a humor movie where you can find good court room drama scenes backed up by excellent Boman Irani style attitude fitting his character. We categorize this movie as One time Watch.

Paisa Wasool? :- No. We found Sikhar Dhiwan hitting 185 on his debut more entertaining than Jolly LLB 🙂

Jolly LLB Review

Young lawyer Jagdish Tyagi AKA Jolly is frustrated with his legal career going nowhere. He leaves Meerut and moves to Delhi in search of thriving opportunities and convert himself a supreme lawyer. Easy popularity comes knocking on his door when he tries to en-cash some residual fame off a Land Cruiser hit-and-run case  by filing a PIL.

Fighting against the very best lawyer Rajpal(Boman Irani), who easily scores over Jolly by virtue of his obvious position, stature he has attained in his profession and experience, this fight isn’t an easy one for Jolly.

Jolly suddenly finds himself down from every side with manipulations and threats coming his way. Truth demands strength! So can Jolly uncover the intricacies of the case, and fight the likes of such powerful men? What unfolds is a fascinating legal drama, harsh face offs and a strong ending.

Do you wonder what Amrita Rao is doing in this story? well we feel as she grows older by her age she is loosing good roles in industry. Amrita plays girl friend of Jolly. Their love story starts from Meerut where she is Jolly’s girl friend who is confident that Jolly will success in his mission to Delhi. Through out the movie she supports Jolly in his journey towards a successful Lawyer.

It is a sheer delight to watch Boman Irani and Arshad Warsi against each other. They simply carry forward the film, most effortlessly. Arshad exhibits many shades of humor, nervousness as well as confidence and frustration immensely well

Boman Irani will somehow manage to strike you more. He is classily manipulative, shows arrogance in the most stellar way and even when his character is most shaky given the circumstances, this man brings alive on screen most flawlessly the psyche of a towering legal giant.

The judge who-knows-it-all, Saurabh Shukla plays his part naturally, with so much ease. It is the perfect choice of actors, which makes this film strong!

Best Scene from the Movie-

Police constable auctions postings. Where SHO posting is auctioned by a constable in front of all candidates.