- Director- Jayesh Pradhan
- Producer – Lizelle D’souza and Mayur K. Barot
- Writer- Pradeep Singh
- Star cast- Raghav Juyal, Punit Pathak, Dharmesh Yelande, and Isha Rikhi
- Music – Gurinder Seagal, Guru Randhawa, and Badshah
- Cinematography – Shehnad Jalaal
- Editor – Mukesh Thakur
- Production company – T-Films and R.D.Entertainment
- Rating – 3.0
- Review : 3 losers pine for one girl in a comedy and a film with twist promises a decent entertainment
The film revolves around the life of three young men played by Raghav Juyal, Punit Pathak, Dharmesh Yelande playing the roles Karan, Abhishek and Salim respectively to fall in love with the same girl and interestingly she also says yes to the three till they realise that they are into some legal trouble as the lady Sheetal played by Isha Rikhi is missing doing something really malicious leaving the three being her victim. So, what really goes after this is interesting to catch.
The film Nawabzaade seems to captures the story behind music and dance to revolve around the life of three losers who get entangled with a mysterious beauty. The film appears to be funny but thus can be called to bank over the staple comical story. Once again a film set in a small town somewhere in the north has an interesting story to share, which soon becomes the turning point when the mysterious girl disappears making the film unpredictable as too many elements come together. At one end we have the goons behind these losers and on the other side the police is seen taking them to task.
The script and story seems to yell a different story and has an interesting film to share but with no or less star value, the film is likely to go unnoticed. Yet talking about the performances, the three guys who remain novices have done a decent job, while the lady is there with her low profile performance. However, Vijay Raaz, is simply awesome in his dry-witted cop role. He stole the show with his cool wit and sarcasm in the film that makes it interesting to catch. Jayesh Pradhan as a director has a decent job in making a cool movie. Talking about the other elements like music, script, screenplay, photography and technical stuff like editing, everything seemed okay and par.
Nawabzaade The Last Word
The story of Nawabzaade is interesting to catch that has evolved a good movie at the silver screen. However, with moderate performances, the film can be less likely to be the choice of audience, although it has great chance to be a hit at small town areas particularly in the North India.