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A youthful, hopeful Newton otherwise known as Nutan Kumar (Rajkummar Rao) has faith in getting things done by the book. To such an extent that he is sufficiently brisk to turn down an engagement proposition for himself in the wake of finding that the young lady is yet to turn 18. At the point when his new kid on the block government work lands him as a managing officer in a remote race corner in the contention torn area of Chhattisgarh, he appears to be unperturbed by the Maoists who are resolved to imprint the decisions at any cost.
Rather, his reason for concern is the enlistment of votes of 76 local people living in that town. His group incorporates a neighborhood obesrver/instructor Malko (Anjali Patil) and agent Loknath (Raghuvir Yadav). In the interim, Newton continually ends up at loggerhands with Atma Singh (Pankaj Tripathi), the leader of the security group who is endowed with the assignment pf ensuring Newton and Co. In any case, will it be all simple for them?
Rajkummar Rao wears the part of Newton like a moment skin. One can’t miss the squinting guiltlessness in his eyes! Pankaj Tripathi otherwise known as Aatma Singh’s dribbling mockery is locks in. Raghuvir Yadav is taking care of business. Anjali Patil is a characteristic charmer on screen.
Decision: This is not some tea on the off chance that you are paying special mind to some dreamer film. Numbness might be joy yet Rajkummar Rao’s Newton sets out to wander into a new region and feature how a vote is constantly more grounded than a slug. It will influence you to understand that majority rules system isn’t simply corner and catches!