CAST & CREW
Does deception create an unwanted fuss? A film about four ill- fated boys, who get caught by the police on suspicion. Shubh Mukherjee directed this film.
Plot: A group of four boys, who were recording a flight's take off as a part of their documentary, was suspected by the police officers. On further investigation, their suspicion gets stronger as the boys' activities, their possessions, and their terrorist looks. Will the friends be able to clear their names, and walk away from this issue?
Analysis: The director's efforts in producing a political decision went in vain. The screenplay was so weak that it did not possess any luster. Few scenes made an odd resemblance to 'Baadshah,' and 'Here Bin Laden.' Though the dialogues were noteworthy, they get tedious as the film proceeds. The first half was boring as hell. There were many loopholes in the movie, where the story did not move a bit. The cops, who were not able to identify the friends, are so annoying. The characters were weakly sketched. The way Aamna Sharif walks around the cops so carelessly is shocking. Though the music was fresh, it did not gain much popularity. The cinematography was the only saving grace of the movie. But still the second half was plain as the first. The editing and the dialogues also helped towards the positivity of the film.
Star Performance: Shubashish Mukherjee gave a magnified performance. Harshal Parekh and Pratik Katare's performance were friendly. Chitrak Bandyopadhyay's debut performance is promising. Raghuveer Yadav and Saurabh Shukla give a first class performance.
What's There: Excellent cinematography and editing and average performance were the optimistic aspects of the movie. But still, these were not enough to make this film a hit.
What's Not There: The plot was so thin, and the average direction led the movie to a devastating position.
Verdict: A so-called 'entertainer' movie with a big disappointment.
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