No sense of humor in India. It is, therefore, surprising that director Ashish R. Shukla has done it. Although half of the stones come to an end. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. But the film is not just about drugs. It also affects political connections, the Godman network, student politics, and weak governance. Some UP-political jokes only the insider will find out. With its various characters, the film comments on everything from Bollywood stars to the plight of farmers.
The plot of the film is long and confusing. Happily, something new is planted every ten minutes or so to keep you engaged. What is interesting is that the writers cooked up really weird characters. A straight woman Inspector (Nidhi Singh) is paired with a crazy *** - husband (Namit Das) who wants to get her pregnant for any money. Two thieves are shown to be in love with an unknown dancer called Sapna (Flora Saini), a murderer (Ram Kapoor) who is shown to love to tell stories and more. Perhaps the most bizarre character is Pankaj Mishra, who is supposed to be an omniscient person, then revealed to be an urban Naxal and eventually portrayed as the character of Jason Statham (we are not you!) Now that proper treatment with funny stones is okay.
The story focuses on two empty colleagues - Raghav Juyal and Abhishek Chauhan who play Bony and Fundoo respectively who often fail their engineering exams. They are asked by Bakchod Baba (Sanjay Mishra) to rob the bank - he gives them a plan in place. Somehow they intensify the work and get caught. The only problem is that someone has already robbed the bank and taken everything. There is something called Kohinoor that has the ability to calm the government if it falls into the wrong hands and as a result, the character of Ram Kapoor is called in to end all involvement in the fiasco and find Kohinoor. As the bodies piled up, the police discovered that the only people who could help them in this case were our ignorant celebrities.
The dialogue is fast and disrespectful, what happens is very funny at the moment and the film becomes more political as it progresses. The entire group of participants confirmed in some way that they live in the Kafkaesque area and support each other in a positive way. What the film needed was a little vision. The director seems to have adopted a let roll of whatever we feel we are doing today in policy, ultimately undermining its impact. It must be said that Sanjay Mishra has the power to capture anything. Watch the film because of his antics and you will not be disappointed.
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