CAST & CREW
This is the first directorial venture of Remo Dsouza in Hindi. Name F.A.L.T.U. provided the limelight to the film.There were talks that F.A.L.T.U is the mishmash of 2006 Hollywood film Accepted.
The film revolves around the four college friends Ritesh (JackkyBhagnani), Nanj (AngadBedi), Pooja (Pooja Gupta), Vishnu ( Chandan Roy Sanyal). Except Vishnu, all get passed in their exams just with marks around 35-40%, but Vishnu gets 95% under his father’s pressure. After that only Vishnu gets admission in college and the trio with just pass marks didn’t get admission in any of the colleges. So, Ritesh gets an idea to create a fake institute to show their parent that they get admission. And they create a false institute and website called F.A.L.T.U. (Fakirchand And Lakirchand Trust University). They make their parents fool with the help of Google Chand ( Arshad Warsi) and Principal Bajirao (RiteshDeshmukh). They succeed in their plan and see lots of student around them. Later they realize that their fake website got thousands of application, and all the students are a failure like them. So, they all decide to run this spurious college which does not have any permission from authority which tries to stop them. And the rest is how they convince and shows their talent to authorities.
Riteish Deshmukh and Arshad Warsi steal the show although with hilarious comic timing. Rest of limelight is shared by Jackie Bhagnani and Chandan Roy. Pooja looks stunning while flaunting her body and also gets few lines.
Akbar Khan looks decent, and
Boman Irani in his cameo does a wonderful job.
Director Remo Dsouza did a nice job although he copied some scenes from Hollywood flicks like Van Wilder and Animal House. The movie does not have something new after the release of ‘ 3 Idiots’. Students will enjoy this film and parents too like to watch it once. Remo is the master in choreography so; he took to a high level in climax song, and it looks terrific.
1. The movie has good music with songs like ‘Chaarbajgae’, ‘Fully Faltu’ and ‘Le Ja Tu Mujhe’.
2. The movie has great choreography especially ‘Chaarbajgae.'
3. Comedy scenes are well written.
4. Bankable performances of Riteish Deshmukh and Arshad Warsi.
What’s not there?
1. The second part of the film is slow; it includes lots of scenes which could have been edited.
2. The lead of the flick loses balance in many scenes which kills the feel of the movie.
The film is good especially for students, and if you like combination of dance with comedy, then you can see the film.
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