Topic- Pagalpanti movie review
Cast – Arshad Warsi, John Abraham, Pulkit Samrat, Kriti Kharbanda, Ileana D’Cruz, Urvashi Rautela your
Director– anis bajmi
Movie Type– Comedy
Duration 2 hours 13 minutes
Director Anees Bazmee, who made entertaining and successful films like ‘No Entry’, ‘Welcome’, ‘Sing Is King’, ‘No Problem’, ‘Ready’, ‘Mubarakan’, this time with his many tried formulas, ‘Pagalpanti’ It has been presented with a lot, but it seems that they had decided that they would take the title of the film by surprise. In fact, every kid in the film seems to be doing insanely far from sensible.
There is no other side an;d no end to the story, which is why the film does not reach a limit despite being such a huge starcast.
The story is about three friends Raj Kishore (John Abraham), Chandu (Pulkit Samrat) and Janki (Arshad Warsi), in which Raj Kishore is guilty of harming the lives and property of people wherever he goes. Pandit (who knows about this half-and-a-half-year-old girl), but before he warns her, a half-and-a-half has been devastated. First of all to pauper his friends, then Sanjana (Ilana D’Cruz) and Mamaji (Brijendra Kala) Later, , they reach a dangerous don like gangsters Raja (Saurabh Shukla) and Wi Fi (Anil Kapoor), they too have their bad days. Neeraj Modi (Inamulhaka) is ruined by his enemies. Not bent (is Zakir Hussain) and get a chance to bully (Ashok Samarth) and falls in love with him are bent on killing. The second track gangster king’s daughter janhavi (Kriti Kharbanda) Chandu in the story, So in order to save his life, Junkie gets hit by Kafia (Urvashi Rautela). After that, the madcap that starts as a compensation for the loss of these gangster’s money, does not end even at the climax.
Director Anees Bazmee has also written along with the director and has put all the spices together in the film, but due to the story of Basirpaar, Khichdi is cooked. The story, characters, screenplays have nothing to do with logic. It seems that the director gave every artist an open leeway that he can do whatever he wants in the film. Whether Urvashi Rautela has a ghost track in the film or a clown of patriotism in Climax, everything seems childish and stupid.
The music is average. The film’s two songs ‘Tera ill mera dil’ and ‘Tum par hum hain attke yara’ were not effective despite the remixes.
Kalakar has not proved inferior in his acting. John is seen doing comedies in the film, beyond action and intensity. While Anil Kapoor is once again entertained by playing the character of a gangster in his familiar style, Arshad Warsi looks fun with his one liners. Ileana, Kirti and Urvashi were given the task of looking beautiful on screen, which they performed. The rest was not to do anything special on their part. Inamulhak and Saurabh Shukla were fun in their roles. Both of them have done justice to their characters. Inamulhaka’s character points to businessman Nirav Modi and he made it entertaining with his Gujarati accent.