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“Pataakha” is a comedy entertainer scripted and directed by Vishal Bhardwaj. The film is produced by KYTA productions and Vishal Bhardwaj films. It is distributed by B4U Motion Pictures. The film has the music composition of Vishal Bhardwaj and the cinematography is by Ranjan Palit and Sreekar Prasad is the editor of the film. The movie has the star cast of Sanya Malhotra, Radhika Madan, Sunil Grover, Vijay Raaz, Saanand Verma, Namit Das, Abhishek Duhan, Malaika Arora Khan, Sameer Khakkar and Usha Nagar
Batki and Chutki, the sisters, live in a small town in Rajasthan. Their father, who is a single parent, cares them. He takes a huge effort to maintain the kids. Although he wants to make peace between both of his daughters, they always fight for everything. Unlike the normal sisters who fight and join together after few hours, these two sisters want to continue their fight forever in their life. This didn't stop, even after they had grown big. Dipper, who lives in their neighborhood, had always wanted to look the sisters, fight with each other. Their father’s effort to stop the fight had gone in vain. Did the sisters stop fighting? What made them fight always? Watch the movie in theatres!
Sania and Radhika had given the best performance. Even, they had put up weight for their roles in the second half of the film and that's really appreciable. Besides Radhika and Sanya, the movie also has a set of good performers including Vijay Raaz, Sunil Grover and Saanand Verma.
Vishal Bhardwaj had scripted the story excellently well. The characterization of Batki and Chutki are interesting and they always fight like the enemy countries. The star cast is excellent and kudos to the casting team. Similarly, the production values and the technical values of the film are excellent. The slang used in the movie is different and the stars had made it good. The chemistry between the lead stars is excellent. The second half of the movie moves well and the director captured the mindset of the sisters with enmity.
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With the excellent script, screenplay, narration and the performance, Pataakha impresses the audiences. Visit the theatres with the family and you will not feel it as a waste of money.
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