CAST & CREW
Freaky Ali brings forth a comedy and Sports mixture film which is directed by Sohail Khan. This brings forth the dynamic Duo of Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Arbaaz Khan together on screen for the first time.
Freaky Ali is the story of two orphans as best friends Maqsood (Arbaaz Khan) and Ali (Nawazuddin Siddiqui). They are poor and want to make money at ease. Also, Ali is excellent in any sports that involve balls. He is specialised in Gully cricket but it was not the thing which can pay bills, so he tried to work.
After unsuccessful attempts of making money as an undergarment salesperson, he joins Maqsood who works for a Local Don Danger Bhai. During one of their illegal extortion trips they came across the golf course he had come across the game, and he finds he is surprisingly good in it. So, to please their foster mother, he joins the game and snatches the title from the five-time former winner Vikram Singh Rathore.
The story is created in such a way that it can portray the journey of a hero. This film is loosely inspired from the English flick Happy Gilmore. Freaky Ali just adds up a raw Desi Indian Appeal to the motion picture. The dialogues had written considering the storyline and have a rustic feel to it. The whole flick is made in such a way that it can create a mass effect. The best part of the film is probably Nawazuddin as he suits the character of Ali very much. What's adds up more of the entertainment factor is Arbaaz Khan. He played the role of the best friend with few negative qualities very well. The motion picture is one of the comedy flicks, and it totally fits in that description. With the different scenarios played by the characters and the Don who looks more like a clown rather than an extortionist is quite apt for the picture.
Nawazuddin stores the star performances section because he did justice with his real character. Also, Amy Jackson has added the missing charm with her feminine touch in the film.
• The Movie formulated a mass effect and did well as an inspirational cinema.
• The dialogues are good.
• The comical nature of Nawazuddin makes the picture worth watching.
• Narration is also appealing.
What’s not there:
• During the second half of the film, it becomes hard to bear due to the same description repeated again and again.
The picture can be said as comedy Flick, and also it can be proven as a good entertainer if you can bear with the second half.
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