Kaagaz Movie Review

  • By: nettv4u.com
  • Review for the film: "Kaagaz"
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 56 Minutes
  • Certificate: UA
  • Released: 07-01-2021
  • Genre: Biography
3 / 5.0

Kaagaz is a biopic scripted and directed by Satish Kaushik. Salman Khan and Nishant Kaushik produced the film. Pravesh Mallick, Rahul Jain and ceAzer composed the music. Pankaj Tripathi, Monal Gajjar, Satish Kaushik, Brijendra Kala, Mita Vashisht, Amar Upadhyay, Neha Chauhan, Sharat Sonu, Pranay Narayan, Amit Pathak, Ratan Lal, Dinesh Sharma, Arun Shekhar, Yogesh Kumar Shukla and Sandeepa Dhar are in the cast. Arkodeb Mukherjee cranked the camera.


Bharat Lal wants to make his band business move smoothly without getting vanished. As he has no funds on his hands, he decides to approach a bank for a loan. He receives shocking information that he is legally dead and the reason behind his legal death is the property, which he co-owns. His relatives, who co-own the property along with him, legally killed him to get his share. What happens next? Did he save his band? Did he get back his share? The answers form the rest of the story.

Star Performance

As usual, Pankaj Tripathi excels in the role given. He is so natural and it makes the audience feel for him. Director Satish Kaushik has given a neat performance.


The movie reveals about the people who could go to any extent for grabbing money from others. It also showcases that even a close relative could pull the legs for a property. The film is set in the late 70s and the art direction is neat. Salman narrates the story along with Satish Kaushik. Besides the actors, the art department and camera department should be appreciated. They have done a marvelous job to make the movie look rich. But, the screenplay and execution should have been better.

What’s There?

  • The performance of the stars is good
  • BGM and cinematography are excellent

What’s Not There?

  • Slow-paced narration


Though the film has a lot of positive points, some drawbacks are there to be rectified. However, it is a good movie with some good performances to watch for this weekend.

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