Randeep Hooda is Shankar. Bold and wild and the divine force of residential community Karnal in Haryana. He is flush with cash and his silver tongue and his motorbike and every little thing about him makes him saint according to a youthful upstart Rakesh who needs to be Shankar, or if nothing else be his disciple. Rakesh joins the blood pirating racket and you watch with your jaw on the floor as figure out how calmly blood dealers.
The youthful chap Rakesh is played by Akshay Oberoi who has basically no acting aptitudes however enlarging his eyes. The male “ingenue” act is good on the grounds that Randeep Hooda has that impact on the crowd. In any case, he just gets to be irritating and before long you wish they had thrown another person.
Randeep Hooda on a motorbike joined by that all powerful smile and ‘couldn’t care less a whit’ disposition is a delight to watch. You pardon a ton when there’s so much sight to behold to observe. In any case, the youthful chief invests an excess of energy in the bicycle, holding the camera to show the item just as it were a position as opposed to a honest to goodness praise to the work of art. What’s more, the bicycle rides are rehashed so frequently, you start to suspect that it might be to a greater degree a business course of action as opposed to a honest to goodness love for the bicycle.
The written work is astute and entertaining and keeps you pondering ‘what will they concoct next!’. You like the minor characters like Dracula, Neelam the workplace administrator woman, Rakesh’s guardians, Rakesh’s ditzy sweetheart (the ‘I contemplated English with Rapidex English Speaking Course’) and Babuji co-plotter of the Blood Bank (Rajendra Sethi). Every one possesses the part they play. Which makes for an astounding watch.
Be that as it may, then there are an excessive number of sharp things being endeavored here. What’s more, that moderates the pace of the film until you are prepared to surrender. The music is forgettable and feels like an interruption. In any case, the film scores all its stars for the abnormal treatment of an issue, the sharp written work and obviously the ravishing body that is Randeep Hooda.
Review by Adi