Monday, 25 April 2011


STORY LINE :  Mumbai-based Ramvilas Sharma has just broken-up with Sanjana Mahadik, a former bar dancer, with whom he had a six month relationship. His private-detective friend, Nandan Pandey, attempts to counsel him over this break-up, and even encourages him to meet other women. Ramvilas does meet with a homeless woman, Koel Datta, befriends her, and even brings her to spend the night in his flat but will be interrupted when Sanjana will come to take her belongings back and will leave a bag full of cash. Everyone will find their respective lives turned upside when they will be 'interrogated' by a suave French-speaking crook, Lucky Sardana, after the bag goes missing
REVIEW: This film is unique, interesting, has a different story and the acting is MINDBLOWING ... It's not for the Indian audience and I found it to be REFRESHING ...Most of Indian audiance need masala, entertainment, action, comedy, good songs, dancing...Who wants to pay for New Experiment like this? It's a exelent film meant for the Every Indian. 
The films script is written in the Vantage Point(hollywood blockbuster) style. Like same event are shown with respect to each main character.  But no adaptation of any hollywood film. it is original story... and i would say a typical Vinay Pathak film..... Saurabh Shukla did a fab job...... Mona Sing did a good job in her small role. Film Give Us some laugh and some shocks during running of story......
I will say a must watch movie so catch it!
Marks : 9/10

Directed by
Srikanth Velagaleti
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Arun Kumarlyrics
Rohit Sharmalyrics
Saurabh Shukladialogues
Saurabh Shuklascreenplay
Srikanth Velagaletiscreenplay
Srikanth Velagaletistory

Cast (in credits order)
Vinay Pathak... Ramvilas Sharma / Lucky Sardana
Saurabh Shukla... Nandan 'Nandu' Pandey
Mahie Gill... Sanjana Mahadik
Mona Singh... Koel Datta
Sanjay Mishra... Bolu
Brijendra Kala... Dolu
Delnaaz Paul... Nimmi
Govind Namdeo... Ghani Bhai
Murli Sharma... Inspector Shinde
Kurush Deboo... Ramvilas' colleague

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