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Kaamyaab Movie Review : Simple, straightforward and a decent film to enjoy this weekend

Movie – Kaamyaab

Director – Hardik Mehta

Star Cast–  Sanjay Mishra, Deepak Dobriyal, Avtar Gill

Writers – Radhika Anand and Hardik Mehta

Producer – Gauri Khan

Production House – Red Chilies Pvt Ltd

Running Time – 1 hours 41 minutes

Ratings – 3.5


The film is based on an actor called Sudheer who has been a side actor all through his life. He has retired from his job and enjoying his post-retirement life when he realizes that he has done 499 films in his career and just short of one to complete his 500 films. With this, he gets a purpose of life and he starts his mission to complete the 500 marks. However, it has been a tough time for him to yet another film. So, how it goes for him is interesting to explore when the film finally hits the screen.


Right from the first scene, you would see the makers are seen hurling metaphors on you. The film has tried to brighten up the dull and mundane side of Bollywood of the side actors found in the in industry. All you can feel is the montage of the artist’s life on the silver screen. With all smooth film, one can see it hurting the audience by getting monotonous but on the other side, Mishra is seen holding you back with his incredible and hilarious presence. It would be interesting to see the novelty effect of the film defying these flaws in a big way.

Talking about the performance, it would be fair to say that in B Town any film that has done justice to the actor like Sanjay Mishra, its this movie. In the film, one can see the makers retaining the capability to develop the right connection with the role even if you are not keen on the story. The others like Deepak Dobriyal as casting manager has a decent role to play. Avatar Gill playing himself in the movie gave a decent performance with his comical sequences. Viju Khote and Lilliput did their best roles. Talking about the other elements like Direction, and Music, Hardik Mehta has done a decent job like what he did in his previous movies including Queen and Trapped. Similar is the story of music, screenplay, photography and other elements. The two songs in the film seemed brilliant.

Kaamyaab Movie The Last Word

The film manages in a big way to help the audience smile while showcasing one of the meanest realities of the Hindi Cinema. All we can say is that the film is an irony in the disguise of happiness and delight.


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