Paanch Ghantey Mien Paanch Crore Movie Review

Paanch Ghantey Mien Paanch Crore Movie Review Hindi
Review for the film " Paanch Ghantey Mien Paanch Crore"
Runtime: 1 Hour 15 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 20-08-2010
Genre: Thriller
2.5 / 5.0



Plot The movie revolves around the life of a chartered accountant named Vikram and his partner Sonia, who gave the responsibility to an accountant Muqaadam of delivering an amount of 50 million rupees to their farm house. Vikram works under Sultan, who is the owner of Sultan Corporation. Vikram and Sonia plan a dirty, deceitful game and decide to embark upon a new life after going to Singapore after killing Muqaadam as soon as he delivers the money. So basically, the crux of the movie is how one cheats the other, takes advantage of each other and is full of deception and revenge as they infuriate Muqaadam’s 3-month pregnant partner by killing him.

Star performances Pakistani actress Meera did a very powerful comeback with this film after a long sabbatical. She did a very efficient job and delivered an excellent performance and made the audience satisfied by living up to their expectations. The other actors have also done justice to the roles given. The execution of the script was made possible with the efficiency in performance of the cast.

What is there? The climax of the movie was pretty impressive, and the story could efficiently hold the attention of the audience till the climax. The soundtrack, music and songs of the film was surprisingly very pleasant and good.

What is not there? The movie lacked direction and certainly had room for improvements in editing, the script could have been worked upon a little more owing to the theme of the film which holds a lot of potential in interesting the audience could have turned out to be a good thriller.

Verdict: The movie managed to hold the crowd’s attention till it reached the climax. The story is very intriguing so one can enjoy the film. Ignoring the loopholes in the direction of the movie and also the complex script, the movie managed to qualify as ‘not pathetic and worth watching’.