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This Manoj K Jha’s directorial starts on a somewhat out-dated note. We get a look into the lives of siblings, Nannu (Jimmy Sheirgill) and Munnu (Nandish Singh) as children, who are diverse as chalk as cheddar.
After their dad’s unexpected destruction, Nannu grows up to turn into a goon who is broadly called Bhaiyyaji Of Thakurganj. Alongside his significant other, Sharbati (Mahie Gill), he effectively maintains the matter of blackmail under the support of Baba Bhandari (Saurabh Shukla). Then again, Nannu, a man of standards, claims a training focus.
Before long, their lives take an extreme turn with the universe of intensity, savagery and double dealing encompassing them, testing their confidence in their individual convictions. Directly from the primary edge till the last, executive Manoj K Jha appears as befuddled as the group of spectators to section his movie into a type. He attempts to inject some dim cleverness to adjust the brutality, yet bombs pitiably. The crazy plot and awkward bearing makes ‘Group Of Thakurganj’ a feeble toll.
Jimmy Sheirgill and Mahie Gill who prior shared screen space together in the ‘Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster’ establishment, add some gravitas to the film. Supriya Pilgaonkar pulls off a fine demonstration with whatever has been offered to her.
There are a few movies which are awful to the point that they are great. Group Of Thakurganj falls precisely in that classification. Manoj K Jha fizzles with this one, making it an untidy vengeance.