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- Cast- Pankaj Tripathi, Monal Gajjar, Mita Vasistha, Satish Kaushik, Amar Upadhyay
- Director- Satish Kaushik
- Duration – 1 hour 49 minutes
- Platform – G5
- Rating – 4/5
Umesh Upadhyay. After some time, such a story has been brought as director Satish Kaushik, which is inspired by a true incident, but it is recreated by immersing in the syrup of humor. The film is presented by Salman Khan and its lead actors are Pankaj Tripathi, Monal Gajjar, Mita Vasistha, Satish Kaushik, Amar Upadhyay.
The story is about getting a simple paper or certificate, but during the process of getting it, there is a stir from Lekhpal to Chief Minister. The layer-by-layer system’s pole opens. But the actual villain is the paper itself. According to the story, Bharat Lal (Pankaj Tripathi) ‘s uncle and aunt have acquired his land by declaring him dead.
Bharat Lal walks from paper to court-court to be alive on paper, but seeing that work is not being done, he uses various tricks to reach the government. Every time he has to face his mouth. In this journey of his struggle, his wife, press reporter, MLA Ashrafi Devi (Mita Vasishtha) and all the victims like him support him by forming a deceased association.
The dramatic step taken by Bharat Lal in compulsion is tickling on the one hand, on the other hand his compulsion and helplessness and carelessness of the system also create anger.
Pankaj topped acting
For the first time, Pankaj Tripathi has been cast in the role of Bharat Lal and he has done well for this. Interesting dialogue and its delivery in a strict style. On the other hand, Bharat Lal’s wife Rukmani, who works as a monk Gajjar, performs icing on gold. While Satish Kaushik plays the role of Fasadi lawyer Sadhoram Kewat, the work of Mita Vasistha and Amar Upadhyay is also commendable.
Sandeepa Dhar’s item song in the film – the entire UP market filled with saiyan sauranas … has become very fun. It is possible that this song will also go on people’s tongues. Salman Khan’s voice is also heard in the film, which sounds pithy. Location also has a big hand in making the story come alive. From farm to garden, school to office or court, all the locations seem true to the story. Overall the film is fun. Viewers interested in humor and social issues can definitely see it, claims that will not be bored.