CAST & CREW
Nilesh ( Abhay Deol ) is a nerdish guy who works during the night shift in a call centre in Kurla . So when he misses the last Kalyan 1:40 local to reach Vikroli, he is stranded in Kurla station with nowhere to go. The constable throws him out of the platform too. Outside he meets Maya ( Neha dupia) , who is apparently stranded in Kurla station too. So together they try catching a rickshaw but have no so luck, because there is a rickshaw strike. So after walking for some time, they encounter a bar and decide to go in. How is going to that bar change their life?
The plot is unique, sexy and charming. It has all essential things required to make a dark comedy. The story is bizarre in some ways, taking unbelievable twists and turns that lead to a nice high conclusion. There are a lot of unnecessary killing scenes. Cops, gangsters, another gang of gangsters, everyone just keeps killing each other. The soundtrack is nicely done. The direction of the movie is perfect too. The first half goes at a turtle speed; the second half is fast and speedy. But the total length of the movie is too big, and some cuts could have been made. The whole movie is very Mumbai-centric. The cinematography is very consistent. The dialogues by Raghuvir Shekvanth are very funny and make you laugh.
Abhay Deol nails the part of a nerdy guy. His acting and dialogue delivery both are perfect. Neha dupia too is very consistent throughout the role. Their pair seems unlikely but seems to fit perfectly. Neha dupia shows her incredible acting skills when her real identity is revealed, and she puts life into her character. Deepak Shirke is amazing at his work too. Virendra Saxena and his lady counterpart in the movie both have pulled off their jobs nicely.
WHAT IS THERE? :
+ A bizarre plot, promise to dark comedy.
+ Perfect direction, nice cinematography.
+ good enough music tracks.
WHAT IS NOT THERE? :
+ Proper editing, scenes seem too stretched, and some scenes are unnecessary.
+ Commitment to the script.
A dark comedy, which can be watched for some laughs and an enjoyable plotline, which pulls you into the movie.
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