The film begins off with the presentation of Bichhi (Annu Kapoor), who does a spellbinding master, who figures out how to escape from a mental shelter and sets himself free on the planet where exist Pappi (Manoj Bajpayee) and his woman adore Sona (Aditi Sharma). Keeping in mind the end goal to win over Sona and her “concerned” mother, Pappi tries his hand at numerous things to profit, at the same time, some way or another achievement escapes him without fail. One day, while eating snacks at a roadside slow down, he catches an examination about the shrouded treasure inside the chateau of the unceasingly firearm employing old man Diwan (Anupam Kher). In the blink of an eye, Pappi assembles his group comprising of Sona, Khappe (Aparshakti Khurana) and Haggu (Nitin Bhasin), who, then, hold hands with Jaggi (Vijay Raaz) and his posse Ajji (Vipul Vig) and Babbe (Jatin Sarna).
As a part of the ‘masterplan’, Pappi fakes his demise in the wake of being shot by Jaggi, so that the noble police monitor Tejpal (Kay Menon) will never have the capacity to presume him after Diwan’s fortune is stolen. In the midst of this, it is uncovered that the police monitor Tejpal is frantically enamored with Sona and wishes to wed her at any cost. Do the seven negligible law breakers effectively figure out how to execute their burglary arrange, does Tejpal fall for their arrangement, amongst Tejpal and Pappi, who gets the chance to wed Sona at last and do the ‘saat uchakkey’ get to be fruitful in finding the shrouded fortune is the thing that structures whatever is left of the film.
With the peculiar way of the promo of SAAT UCHAKKEY, one got a whiff of what’s in store from the film. The film howevert ends up being a major amaze with its unfathomable amusingness, entertaining characters and tight spots. The film’s screenplay (Sandeep Saket, Sanjeev Sharma) is splendid as it sucks you directly into the universe of these amusing characters and keeps you snared. The extraordinary characteristics of the seven crazy characters have been so elegantly composed, that, occasionally, it gets to be hard to trust that they are on-screen characters playing out their parts on screen. The team of Sandeep Saket and Sanjeev Sharma have made a spectacular showing with regards to in taking care of this script without any difficulty. They have certainly got the ammo of the best gifts to live and inhale the characters.
The film rides significantly on the capable shoulders of the capable on-screen characters Manoj Bajpayee and Vijay Raaz. The effect of these two performing artists in the film is huge to the point that one just can’t envision SAAT UCHAKKEY without them. While Manoj Bajpayee legitimizes his character of an everlasting failure convincingly, he additionally, with his stellar execution, demonstrates concerning why he is the consistent decision for the said part. Manoj, who has never done this sort of ridiculous parody some time recently, is genuinely invigorating to watch.
He thoroughly conveys the motion picture like a genuine legend with conviction. He is taken after a nearby second by Vijay Raaz, who is in his full component in the film. Keep an eye out for the scene when Manoj Bajpayee and Vijay Raaz get into a battle and after that fix up. Another remarkable scene is when Vijay Raaz gives a commendation at Manoj Bajpayee’s ‘sympathy meet’. Kay Menon does his part of a significant other and an equitable police assessor with most extreme genuineness.
In the midst of the class of all the accomplished men of their word, Aditi Sharma effectively figures out how to make her space under the sun, with a splendid execution of a stiff-necked and road shrewd young lady. It’s great to see her in a powerful part after quite a while. Aparshakti Khurana, Jatin Sarna, Vipul Vig and Nitin Bhasin, who other than exceeding expectations in their parts as pointless sidekicks, are essentially funny. These four on-screen characters are the greatest astonish bundle in the film and are most likely the abilities to keep an eye out for. Veteran performers Anupam Kher and Annu Kapoor benefit a vocation in their broadened cameos.
Generally speaking, SAAT UCHAKKEY is an incredibly entertaining situational comic drama, which will abandon you in parts. Be that as it may, the film has a high measurement of express dialect, which may confine its gathering of people reach in the multiplexes. Furthermore, because of the film’s poor exposure and the absence of star esteem, the film will need to depend vigorously on positive informal, so as to do great business in the cinema world.
Review by Adi