Saat Uchakkey | The Daily Star
12:00 AM, October 22, 2016 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, October 22, 2016

Saat Uchakkey

Director: Sanjeev Sharma

Writers: Sandeep Saket, Sanjeev Sharma

Stars: Manoj Bajpayee, Nitin Bhasin, Annu Kapoor

Strength:  Cast 

Weakness: Story

Runtime: 139min

Rating: 2/5

PLOT: Seven petty crooks blunder their way through an exciting gamut of mystery, treachery, greed and falling into one crisis after another. 

REVIEW: The initial sequences of the film start off with a humorous tone that only lasts for a certain period as the movie starts crumbling due to lacking in the script. On the whole, the film is about a treasure hunt in the “haveli”, which goes wrong in every way possible. The cast chosen for the film is strong which includes the likes of veteran stars Manoj Bajpayee and

Annu Kapoor. The film is purposely politically incorrect and is filled with crude language all through out as means to be disturbing. Initially, the characters and their relationships with each other were made realistic, however, as the movie progressed it turned into a stretched out plot, which has a somewhat tiring ending. The constant attempt to be foul-mouthed leaned towards irreverence as there were certain parts in the film where the dirty talk was intended to show affection, but rather turned into an offensive portrayal. 

Overall, the movie starts off on a good note, and had there been a strong story to tell, it could have really made a mark especially due to the existence of the strong cast, who were completely underutilised.

Source: The Hindu

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