Having a talented star cast like Ranvir Shorey, Kay Kay Menon and Manu Rishi, audience expects to get something worth watching in the movie. However, director Rakesh Mehta has disappointed the audiences hugely through his latest release as the movie lacks great script and creates chaos and complexity.
The film’s story revolves around five vital characters in the film. Ranvir plays a Bengali man who has lost his love and has now turned an alcoholic. Kay Kay plays a role of gangster seeking revenge for his parent’s death. Neha essays a role of ambitious girl who does not have much bank balance but dreams of becoming big. She later ends up conning men for earn her living. Manu essays a role of cop who has just transferred from to Mumbai from Haryana. Pradhyuman essays a role of Ranvir’s friend who helps him out in giving him suggestions on various ways of committing suicide to get over from his break-up trauma.
The stories of all these characters run parallel in the cinema and thus make the film more complex. It confuses the audience more than entertaining them. Also, the film gives a been-there-seen-that kind of a feeling.
Talking about the performances of the actors, everyone has done an outstanding job especially Ranvir, Kay Kay and Manu have delivered remarkable performances. However, these actors get wasted as the story lacks good script.
Director Mehta’s vision of direction has absolutely gone wrong as he could have used his actor’s talent in a good manner in the film. Mehta is the only to be blamed for making chaotic movie as the movie has failed to offer anything. Besides weak screenplay and wrong characterization, the movie has turned out to be a great disappointment.
Plus points: Manu Rishi
Minus points: Story less entertaining
Final Word: There are better films out there to watch for time pass
Banner: K Sera Sera, VM Final Cut Entertainment
Cast: Kay Kay Menon, Ranvir Shorey, Pradhuman Singh, Neha Bhasin, Manu Rishi
Direction, Screenplay, Dialouges: Rakesh Mehta
Music: Vinay Jaiswal