Why Cheat India: Movie Review

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Directed by – Soumik Sen

Produced by – Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Tanuj Garg, Atul Kasbekar, Parveen Hashmi
Starring – Emraan Hashmi, Shreya Dhanwanthary

This Soumik Sen’s directorial starts with Satyendra Dubey otherwise known as Sattu (Snigdhadeep Chatterjee), a building wannabe from Lucknow whose life takes an extreme turn when he splits the selection test and gets the attention of a crafty Rakesh Singh who baits him into the snare of training misbehaviors. ‘Tum apne gyan ka faida unhein do, woh apni ameeri ka faida tumhein denge,’ Rakesh attempts to persuade Sattu when the last appears to be unconvinced.

In the mean time, Sattu’s sister Nupur (Shreya Dhanwanthary) begins succumbing to Rakesh despite the fact that he affably forgets about her sentimental affections. Then, Rakesh has plans of playing a ‘bada’ diversion alongside acquire boatloads of money. Will it be a smooth ride?

Essayist executive Soumik Sen had a fabulous idea in his grasp. Be that as it may, his ungainly composition and conflicting screenplay neglects to do equity to the film. A portion of the scenes look incoherent and the dissipated story abandons you baffled further. Going to the exhibitions, Why Cheat India is hard and fast and-out Emraan Hashmi film.

The on-screen character includes his very own pinch of shades in his character of a scamster and you understand he has without a doubt made some amazing progress as an entertainer. Like a chameleon, he changes his shading as Rakesh and abandons you think about what’s his best course of action in the film. He is one reason why your eyes remain stuck to the screen.

An Emraan Hashmi film is deficient without his ranting liners and Why Cheat India has a few them worth whistles. Test this-“Mujhe hero banne ki koi ichha nahi hai, villain banne ka bilkul time nahi hain, khiladi hoon, khel raha hoon.” These punchlines keep you snared. Debutante Shreya Dhanwantary makes a promising section in Bollywood and sparkles in couple of scenes. Snigdhadeep Chatterjee sets up a persuading go about as Satyendra Dubey otherwise known as Sattu.

Why Cheat India ticks off the greater part of the containers and Emraan Hashmi’s certain execution keeps you engaged. In the event that just Soumik Sen’s composition and bearing had somewhat more sharpness to it!

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