420 IPC Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Arvind Kannabiran
- Archit D Rastogi
- Manish Gupta
- Gul Panag
- Music Composer:
- Good script, screenplay, and direction
- The performances of the stars
- Minor logical loopholes
420 IPC is a crime thriller flick scripted and directed by Manish Gupta. Rohan Mehra, Vinay Pathak, Gul Panag, Ranvir Shorey, "Manali," Mahesh Pillai, and Arif Zakaria are cast. Arvind Kannabiran and Raaj Chakravarti cranked the camera. Ranjit Barot and Som Dasgupta composed the music. Bhavani Patel is the art director.
Bansi Keswani is married to Pooja and has a son, Amit. Bansi is a Charted Accountant and has a huge list of clients. When his life was going peacefully, all of a sudden, Bansi was arrested for forgery and theft. He comes to know that one of his clients was arrested for a scam and some document evidence pulled Bansi into the case. So, lawyer Birbal Chaudhary appears for Bansi. Was he successful in bailing out Bansi? The rest of the story deals with how and why Bansi was involved in the case and what was the part of Birbal to bail out Bansi.
Vinay Pathak has done justice to the role. He played well in the emotional scenes. Gul Panag is impressive with her role. Rohan is perfect as a lawyer and his body language is neat. Ranvir Shorey has done a fantastic job as PP. Manali, Arif Zaharia, and others had played well and created an impression.
The director made the audience glued to the seats with an exciting script and a neat screenplay. The actors fit in the role well and added spice to the film. The film is technically strong. Whether it is the cinematographers, the art director, or the music directors, everyone has put an enormous effort to get a good result. Their efforts are clearly visible on the screen. The visuals and the BGM synched well and made the audience travel with the story.
What's Not There?
The film has maintained the genre well and has not deviated. If those loopholes had been cleared, the film would have gained more audience. However, it is watchable once for sure!