Lootcase: Movie Review

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Directed by – Rajesh Krishnan

Produced by – Fox Star Studios

Starring – Kunal Khemu, Gajraj Rao, Vijay Raaz, Ranvir Shorey, Rasika Dugal

Lootcase is the narrative of a typical man who gets rich short-term. Nandan Kumar (Kunal Kemmu) dwells in a chawl in Mumbai with his better half Lata (Rasika Dugal) and child Aayush (Aryan Prajapati). He works in a print machine and has a hand-to-mouth presence regardless of trying sincerely and being the following competitor for the ‘Kirori Mal Employee of The Year’ in his office. In the interim, MLA Patil (Gajraj Rao) has a goon disposed of who is related with the hoodlum, Bala Rathore (Vijay Raaz). Bala chooses to deliver retribution.

He discovers that Patil will send an entirety of Rs. 10 crore and a questionable record, which comprises of subtleties of his obscure dealings, to his gathering head. Patil sends two of his men – Omar (Sumit Nijhawan) and Abdul (Shashi Ranjan) – to get the bag, loaded up with cash and the document. Bala’s men Rajan (Nilesh Divekar) and Graduate (Aakash Dabade) block Patil’s men and a shootout starts among them. Bala’s men get hold of the pack yet need to escape without the moolah as the police arrives up abruptly. In any case, before fleeing, they conceal the bag almost an open latrine flawlessly and choose to return an hour’s an ideal opportunity to recover. As it would turn out, Nandan happens to utilize the latrine minutes after the shootout is over at that identical spot. He gets hold of the bag and understanding that no one is close by, he takes it with him.

He shrouds it in the place of his neighbor Ramlal (Ghanshyam Garg) who is away for a fortnight. Nandan now begins to go through the cash bit by bit on his family. Lata gets somewhat dubious however. In the mean time, Patil is troubled when he finds out about the missing bag and he gets Inspector Kolte (Ranvir Shorey) to recover the sack for him. Kolte understands that finding the sack is close to outlandish. The CCTV at the shootout site is non-practical. Additionally, Kolte accepts that some nearby criminal has plundered the bag. Nandan, in the interim, hasn’t successfully stir the doubt of the police or even the criminals. What occurs next structures the remainder of the film.

Kunal Kemmu conveys a really fine presentation. His comic planning is top notch and he underplays his part well indeed. Rasika Dugal is exquisite and assumes the job of the honorable housewife to the T. She is the enthusiastic spine of the film and consequently stands apart from the rest. Gajraj Rao is astounding and the manner in which he convinces others to complete his work will be adored. Vijay Raaz does his empty humourous act once more yet this time, he’s furnished with a novel character characteristic and that makes a difference. Ranvir Shorey is the amazement of the film.

He draws out the funniness with his hostility and mockery. At places, it’s his scenes that work the most. Vijay Nikam (Nandan’s supervisor Vasant Goenka) doesn’t get the chance to do a lot however sparkles in the pre-peak. Aryan Prajapati is engaging. Sumit Nijhawan and Shashi Ranjan are alright and same goes for Atul Todankar (PA Subhash). Nilesh Divekar and Aakash Dabade anyway have a decent screen nearness. Ghanshyam Garg, Digvijay (Jameel), Sachin Naik (auto driver Keshav Prajapati), Manuj Sharma (Faizu) and Preeti Sharma (Real domain sales rep) are average. Himanshu Sharma (Supermanav) is not all that much however’s frustrating that such an intriguing character doesn’t get used appropriately in the film.

In general, Lootcase is a profoundly engaging and entertaining movie which works because of its magnificent composition, smooth heading and viable exhibitions.

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