Starring: Kunal Khemu, Gajraj Rao, Vijay Raaz, Ranvir Shorey, Rasika Dugal
Director: Rajesh Krishnan
Reviewer: George Sylex
Overview - The subtleties don't generally make a difference, however, in the event that you can stay aware of who is the place in this Mumbai and who is taking shots at whom, well that lone makes it increasingly fun. However, in truth, debut filmmaker Rajesh Krishnan's Lootcase is a little film to a great extent in a neighborhood with a bunch of diverting and fascinating characters, and some way or another he makes the film engaging as well as he makes us genuinely care about who lives or passes on.
The film discloses to us the moving story of Nandan Kumar (Kunal Khemu), a print machine staff member carrying on with his life of money related vulnerability while making due upon an unreasonable working environment, who one day divertingly winds up getting his hands on the red Lootcase. What follows next is an entertainingly etched pursue implanted with white-collar class difficulties and Policed trustworthiness, among Nandan and the infamous men looking for their lost cashback. The story appears to be extremely basic however, the excursion towards the end is a giggle revolt.
If we intently examine the story there have been numerous films of a bag brimming with money getting lost and falling in an irregular individual's hands. In any case, it's consistently about how you show this straightforward story intriguingly and entertainingly. It appeared Kapil Sawant, and Rajesh Krishnan comprehended what story to tell. The film required some investment for them to cause this film to occur, yet, it has ended up being a decent one. It's a tight content and doesn't go anyplace in describing various occasions.
Rajesh Krishnan catches the crude pith of Mumbai quite well. It felt great to see the potholed streets, trains, swarmed streets, and nearby people. The story centers around the life of 3 unique individuals — Nandan Kumar and Lata alongside their child, Minister Patil and Bala Rathore. They have been diverting presentations that success your enthusiasm for the film. Your interest to recognize what's straightaway, and who's next develops as you continue. The pursuing scenes seem confused and wild, however in a stupendous way. Credit to cinematographer Sanu John Varghese for catching all well on the grounds that occasionally it's not the exchanges, Yet, the circumstances that make you laugh out loud.
Kunal Khemu is on a decent time as of late with his recently released movies. With this film, he nailed his spot once more. If you cherished him as an insidious cop in Malang, you'd appreciate him depicting a typical man. His comic timing is exceptional, and his ability is properly utilized this time. As genuine Policeman, Ranvir Shorey gives a very much hit presentation even with the anticipated screen work basing whereupon he needs to discover the Lootcase. Vijay Raaz as neighborhood goon 'Bala' does equity to the useful subtleties of his character, and helps you to remember his stretch in 'Delhi Belly' stunningly. Gajraj Rao is a flat out enjoyment to watch and mixes normally with the environmental factors of the Lootcased world. Rasika Dugal plays a solid power in Nandan's life and the narrating.
Final Word - Lootcase has a simple and sharp premise, however, doesn't bear it any farther than its intelligent, depleting end. It is a down and filthy bit of filmmaking with an obscurely funny streak that goes through its fierce outside.
A Funny and Entertaining Movie!